• This mask does not include an anti-asphyxia valve that would allow a patient to breath if
the ventilator failed.
• Apply this mask to a patient ONLY when the CPAP or bi-level system is turned on ...
most CPAP or bi-level systems.
• If oxygen is used with the CPAP or bi-level system,
the oxygen flow must be turned off when the system
is not in operation. Explanation of Warning: When
the CPAP ...
For Home Use: Begin by removing or disconnecting the headgear from the mask. Clean the headgear
at least once each week or more often if needed. Fasten the EZPeel™ tabs on the straps so that they d...
Conditions de stockage : température entre -20 et 60 °C,
humidité relative jusqu’à 95 % sans condensation.
Protégé par un ou plusieurs des brevets américains suivants :
Des 464 728 et DES 475 453. ...
of use, care, and cleaning, useful life expectancy may be up to one year.
Step 1 Wash the mask in the top shelf of the dishwasher. NOTE: Place the cushion with the rigid side
down to avoid deforma...
Explanation of Warning: CPAP and Bi-Level machines are intended to be used with special
masks which have exhalation ports to allow continuous flow of air out of the mask. When
the CPAP or Bi-Level ...
At a ﬁxed ﬂow rate of supplemental oxygen ﬂow, the inhaled oxygen concentration will vary,
depending on the pressure settings, patient breathing pattern, mask selection, and the leak rate.
system is turned on and operating properly. Do not block or try to seal the exhalation vent.
Explanation of the Warning: CPAP systems are intended to be used with special masks with
enclosure will create a risk of fire. This warning applies to most types of CPAP machines.
Oxygen supports combustion. Oxygen should not be used while smoking or in the presence
of an open flame.