Philips Respironics ComfortGel Blue CPAP & BiPAP Nasal Mask
This is not Full Face Mask!! This is the nasal items which covers the nose only and not the full face items.
The ComfortGel is the device you need to experience a feeling of ease and support during the time of your sleep apnea treatment. It features a gel cushion with silicone flaps making it softer than other traditional masks. Attached with a StabilitySelector the forehead support has been given latest designs to allow movement with greater ease. The diffusion vent is meant to support a quieter and easier airflow making it the ultimate package for your comfort. Use this product and never feel the need to control your sleeping positions or tug during the night.
Improved Gel Cushion Technology: ComfortGel Blue Nasal deploys a dual, gel cushion and silicone flap system. Respironics has improved the ComfortGel material to make it softer and now it conforms to your face with greater ease. Use the separate silicone membrane over the gel cushion, to increase the life of the cushion. It also provides a unique Sure Seal Technology (SST), contouring a seal around the Gel Cushion for increased effectiveness.
Premium Forehead Pad: The ComfortGel forehead pad is larger and easy to fit with improved cushioning. The forehead support comes with a StabilitySelector, which is adjustable and allows movement. The pad attaches to a base that can swivel up or down, hence enabling it to adjust to any forehead angle.
Angled Exhalation Micro Ports: The newer and improved diffusion vent along with 360 Degree elbow, disperses air softer and quieter than before. Respironics has decreased the overall size of each port, allowing several micro ports to fit on the elbow which diffuses airflow quietly, reducing overall sound.
System One Resistance Control: Respironics wanted a machine to achieve optimal pressure no matter whichever is used. They came up with Resistance Control--a numbering system on all of Respironics CPAP items based on variable resistance characteristics. Each number instructs the device to compensate for different types, thus solving the issue.