Bespoke Medical Innovations has developed an adaptor to prevent CPAP air leaks using 3D printing for sleep apnoea sufferers, as reported by The Australian.

“We saw this as a great opportunity to help solve this. It’s no magic bullet, but you can provide a device that can be more comfortable for the patient, and can assist in eliminating air leaks which create noise.”

He said patients had different shaped faces, cheek bone structures and nostal sizes, and with factors such as beards, it was hard for off-the-shelf masks to fit everyone snugly.

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