AirFit N20 for Her

Sizing for your AirFit N20

You can print your ResMed sizing guide here. Remember to print to scale, as you’ll have to cut out your guide from the document you print. If you prefer, we can also send you a sizing guide by mail, simply send us your posting details.

Once you have your sizing guide:

use a mirror and hold the sizing guide to your face.

Try fitting your nose into each sizing option. The most comfortable one will provide you with the best fit.

As an alternative to using a sizing guide, you can also measure your nose width with a ruler. Different measurements correspond to the following sizes:

Between 23-37 mm: Small

Between 30-45 mm: Medium

Between 45-55 mm: Large

Fitting your AirFit N20

  1. Unclip the EasyClickTM Magnets.
  2. With the mask held against your face, pull the headgear over your head.
  3. Bring each of the magnets up to meet their corresponding clips on the frame.
  4. Adjust the tabs on the upper headgear straps.
  5. Adjust the tabs on the lower headgear straps.
  6. With your device still switched off, connect your device tubing to your mask elbow.
  7. Connect the elbow to your mask.
  8. Switch on your therapy device.

Fitting your AirFit N20

  1. Unclip the EasyClick Magnets.
  2. With the mask held against your face, pull the headgear over your head. Ensure the top of the mask cushion is sitting comfortably at the top of your nasal bridge. The bottom of your headgear should settle comfortably at the top of your neck – with the top of the headgear sitting on your crown.
  3. Bring each of the magnets up to meet their corresponding clips on the frame.
  4. Adjust the tabs on the upper headgear straps.
  5. With your device still switched off, connect your device tubing to your mask elbow.
  6. Connect the elbow to your mask.
  7. To ensure your fit will work with your therapy: switch on your device and position yourself as if you are to begin therapy (e.g. lying down in bed).
  8. Step 8 -Adjust your lower straps.
  9. Step 9 -Practice reseating your cushion – pull your mask away from your face, allow your cushion to reinflate, and then resettle the inflated cushion so the cushion membrane is sitting at the top of your nasal bridge.

Disassembling your AirFit N20

  1. Remove elbow from frame.
  2. Unclip the EasyClick Magnets.
  3. Undo upper headgear tabs.
  4. Pull strapping away from frame.
  5. Pull cushion away from frame.

Cleaning your AirFit N20 (Daily)

  1. Disassemble mask.
  2. Soak cushion, elbow and short tubing in warm water (approximately 86°F/30°C) with mild liquid detergent for up to ten minutes. To ensure a thorough clean, shake components in water.
  3. Clean components with a soft-bristle brush.
  4. Rinse components under warm water. Inspect each component to ensure that each is clean and free of detergent residue. Wash and rinse again, if necessary.
  5. Leave mask components to air dry out of direct sunlight.

Assembling your AirFit N20

  1. Attach cushion to frame.
  2. Attach the EasyClick Magnets.
  3. Connect upper headgear straps.
  4. Connect elbow to mask frame.

Haircare Tips for AirFit N20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These instructions are for general information purpose only. For full details consult the user guide.

Managing leak with your AirFit N20

Leak often occurs when your mask’s seal is compromised by movement, incorrect fitting or improper sizing.

To find a source of leak, run your finger along the edge of your mask’s seal to locate where air is escaping.

Leak in the upper part of your mask can be resolved by adjusting your upper straps.

Leak in the lower part of the mask can be resolved with your lower straps.

If leak persists, reseal by briefly pulling your mask away from your face and letting your cushion reinflate.

If these steps do not resolve the issue, you may need a different size mask. Try using our sizing guide or speaking to your healthcare provider about different size masks.

Maintaining your AirFit N20

To maintain optimum therapy performance, your mask should be checked regularly for signs of damage and deterioration.

When cleaning your mask, you should also check each component for damage. Your cushion, frame, tubing, elbow and headgear should all be regularly checked for cracks and tears.

If any component of your mask is cracked or torn, it may be damaged and in need of replacement.

It’s also important to regularly replenish your mask cushion.

Cleaning your AirFit N20 (Daily)

  1. Disassemble mask.
  2. Soak cushion, elbow and short tubing in warm water (approximately 86°F/30°C) with mild liquid detergent for up to ten minutes. To ensure a thorough clean, shake components in water.
  3. Clean components with a soft-bristle brush.
  4. Rinse components under warm water. Inspect each component to ensure that each is clean and free of detergent residue. Wash and rinse again, if necessary.
  5. Leave mask components to air dry out of direct sunlight.

Cleaning your AirFit N20 (Weekly)

  1. Disassemble mask. EasyClick Magnets can remain attached to headgear during cleaning.
  2. Handwash headgear in warm water with mild liquid detergent.
  3. Rinse headgear under running water. Inspect to ensure headgear is clean and detergent free. Wash and rinse again, if necessary.
  4. Squeeze headgear to remove excess water.
  5. Leave headgear to air dry out of direct sunlight.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These instructions are for general information purpose only. For full details consult the user guide.

Helpful resources
For additional therapy assistance.

More support

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All you need to know about travelling with your therapy equipment, from using a universal power supply to altitude adjustment.
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Following up on your treatment
With your therapy underway and equipment set up, the one last and important step of this journey is following up on your treatment. Here’s what you need to know.
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