ResMed introduced the AirFit N20 nasal mask and AirFit F20 full face mask for positive airway pressure (PAP) treatment of sleep apnea.With innovations designed to improve mask fit, comfort, and ease of use, the new-generation ResMed masks are the result of more than three years of research and development.
The AirFit N20 and AirFit F20 feature ResMed’s InfinitySeal silicone cushion that adapts to the unique facial contours of each patient to increase comfort, improve fit, and reduce leakage for maximum treatment efficacy. Hard-to-fit masks affect sleep specialists and patients alike, so with the new AirFit 20 series, ResMed has taken one of its most popular mask features—magnetic clips, which make the headgear easier to get on and off—and introduced them on its full face model.
Testing shows the AirFit N20 fit an astonishing 99% of patients tested, and the AirFit F20 fit an impressive 97%—regardless of facial structure, gender or age.1–5
“These new masks address two of the biggest catalysts for effective sleep apnea treatment: fit and comfort,” says ResMed CEO Mick Farrell, in a release. “Patients rate mask comfort as the number-one reason that can help them stay on therapy. Not only are the F20 and N20 our most comfortable masks ever, they’re easier and faster for clinicians to fit on patients the first time, helping more people suffering from sleep apnea adhere to this life-changing therapy.”
The masks are part of ResMed’s Air Solutions connected care portfolio, complementing its best-selling, cloud-enabled Air10TM flow generator devices and myAirTM and AirViewTM monitoring tools that are proven to help improve patients’ CPAP use.
The new ResMed AirFit 20 masks are being shown publicly for the first time in the U.S. at the Medtrade Fall medical industry conference in Atlanta, October 31–November 3, 2016 at ResMed’s booth (#1511).
ResMed plans to make the AirFit F20 and AirFit N20 available in the United States this quarter. The launch is subject to clearance by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Both masks are currently being rolled out in EMEA and Asia-Pacific.
1. ResMed internal study of 22 existing ResMed patients, conducted between April 26–May 27, 2016, comparing the market-leading mask with AirFit F20. Preliminary patient study – data on file; ID A3810791.
2. ResMed AirFit F20 internal fitting study of 27 ResMed and non-ResMed patients, conducted between March 30–April 04, 2016. Preliminary patient study – data on file; ID A3751086.
3. ResMed AirFit F20 internal international fitting study of 34 ResMed and non-ResMed patients, conducted between April 11–15, 2016. Preliminary patient study – data on file; ID A3774922.
4. ResMed AirFit F20 internal international fitting study of 90 ResMed and non-ResMed patients, conducted between June 6–22, 2016. Preliminary patient study – data on file; ID A3830701
5. ResMed AirFit N20 internal global fitting study of 159 existing ResMed patients, conducted November 12, 2015; ID A3697629.
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They just got the N20 and F20 masks in stock!
Have you tried the N20 and/or the F20? I have not and have trouble with the air leaking and blowing enough to bother my eyes.
Are these masks medicare approved?
I need heavy air pressure & have problems with other masks too often leakage during sleep.Please provide more info on Resmed Air Fit N20 & F20,including if these masks are medicare approved & cost of it to me,if not. LLB
In the f10 the cushion pulls away from the frame. The booklet suggests that the cushion will pull away from the frame in the f20 as well, but I don’t see how to do it.