Full Face Masks are for use by patients who have been prescribed Cpap, Bipap and Auto Pap therapy by a specialist. was designed. Full Face Masks in Cpap, Bipap, Autopap therapy areas for single patient at home or health care It is suitable for use by multiple patients in centers.
When using ora-nasal masks, it touches the nose, eye sockets, cheeks and chin. contact of the mask Sometimes redness or sores may occur in the affected areas. Solution even if different brand mask is used may not be available. In such a case, all face masks that completely cover the face from the forehead to the chin should be preferred. In addition, these masks are suitable for people who have had surgery on their face. The entire face, which is generally used in intensive care Masks can also be used at home.
Full Face Mask leaks caused by mouth opening during sleep and respiratory treatment, especially during use. reduces the efficacy of treatment. Full face masks for the continuity and effectiveness of the treatment preferred.
It provides a comfortable sleep with its special ergonomic design in the treatment of sleep apnea. It is skin friendly. It is light. cause irritation it is not possible. Its flexible body takes the shape of the face and fits the face perfectly.
Full face mask, also breathing mask, ventilation mask, medical total face oxygen mask, resuscitator mask, A full face mask, known as a non-invasive ventilation mask, relieves uncomfortable pressure on sensitive areas of the face. designed to reduce. The wide field of view helps patients feel more comfortable while wearing a mask.
Full Face Mask Selection
People with chronic respiratory conditions such as sleep apnea or COPD should be consulted by their physicians for their treatment. they use respirators such as the recommended CPAP or BPAP. Different types of these devices according to their features has. Which type of device will be used in which parameters is determined by the physicians. patients, doctor must follow its recommendations. CPAP or BPAP types are used with masks attached to the face of patients.
Before First Use
Read the instructions for use.
Open all packaging before using your Full Face Mask.
Hand wash your mask.
Check whether your Full Face Mask has any visible broken, torn, damaged or defective parts.
Clean your face / patient's face.
Always keep the air outlets of your mask open and clean.
Caution: Clean the Full Face Mask before first use and when necessary. Your full face masks It has an exhalation port on it. So you don't need to use a separate exhalation port. your mask Never block air vents, co2 outlets, exhalation ports. If your cpap device is not turned on and it is correct Do not wear your full face mask if it is not working properly.
Warnings and Precautions
Do not use your mask when you feel redness, irritation or discomfort while using your full face mask. stop and consult your doctor. Stop using the full face mask when you experience an unexpected effect. and consult your doctor or sleep disorder specialist. Your full face mask should fit your face comfortably. your mask Make sure it is the right size for your face. completely from the air exhalation port at low pap pressures. may not be excreted and re-breathing may occur. If used in oxygen with the device, the device must be turned off. Otherwise, oxygen will accumulate inside the device and create a fire risk.
Clean your full face mask before first use and after each use. Neoprene in the daily cleaning of your full face mask You don't need to remove the header. You can wash your mask by hand in warm water using soap. All parts of your mask It should be rinsed thoroughly with drinking water and left to dry out of direct sunlight. Neoprene hood It can be washed once a week or as often as necessary. Neoprene head for daily cleaning of your full face mask You don't need to remove it. Cleanse the mask by autoclaving or disinfecting fluids before transferring it from patient to patient. clean it.
Without wearing the mask, separate the hose connector from the mask by pressing the clips next to it. the connector you disconnected attach to the hose. With this piece, you can easily connect your mask to the hose and separate it easily.
Snap the velcro ends of the cap onto the forehead support.
Hold the mask and place the headgear on your face by passing it over your head.
Insert the headgear clips on the chin.
Take the tightness of the mask and adjust it to your comfort with the help of Velcro on the chin.
When the mask is adjusted correctly, it should not sink into your face and your skin should not protrude around the mask.