ResMed Mask 2018-04-18T04:37:29+00:00

F1-0 hospital non-vented full face mask

Key features

  • Non‐vented mask for ventilators requiring a dual circuit, or single circuit, with integrated expiratory valve.
  • Color‐coded, easily identifiable, and designed to fit with common breathing circuits used in hospitals around the world.
  • Blue elbow indicates the mask is non‐vented without an anti‐asphyxia valve (AAV); to be used with a vented circuit.
  • Single patient use for up to 7 days.
  • Sizing template located on packaging for quick mask sizing identification.
  • Please note: This mask must be used with breathing circuits or positive pressure ventilation (PPV) devices that provide their own method of venting expired or supplemental gases.

F1-1 hospital non-vented full face mask with AAV

Key features

  • Non‐vented mask for ventilators requiring a dual circuit, or single circuit, with integrated expiratory valve.
  • Color‐coded, easily identifiable, and designed to fit with common breathing circuits used in hospitals around the world.
  • Blue elbow indicates the mask is non‐vented without an anti‐asphyxia valve (AAV); to be used with a vented circuit.
  • Single patient use for up to 7 days.
  • Sizing template located on packaging for quick mask sizing identification.
  • Please note: This mask must be used with breathing circuits or positive pressure ventilation (PPV) devices that provide their own method of venting expired or supplemental gases.

F1-4 hospital vented full face mask

Key features

  • Non‐vented mask for ventilators requiring a dual circuit, or single circuit, with integrated expiratory valve.
  • Color‐coded, easily identifiable, and designed to fit with common breathing circuits used in hospitals around the world.
  • Blue elbow indicates the mask is non‐vented without an anti‐asphyxia valve (AAV); to be used with a vented circuit.
  • Single patient use for up to 7 days.
  • Sizing template located on packaging for quick mask sizing identification.
  • Please note: This mask must be used with breathing circuits or positive pressure ventilation (PPV) devices that provide their own method of venting expired or supplemental gases.