The AirFit F30 ultra-compact mask offers you a clear field of vision and less facial contact compared to traditional full face masks. The snug cushion nestles comfortably under your nose, not over it. ResMed’s performant QuietAir™ vent helps to facilitate a more peaceful sleep for patients and their bed partner. This is a mask that makes it easier to feel free, sleep well and relax into the benefits of therapy. Minimal-coverage, maximum performance
Featuring an under-the-nose, ultra compact cushion design, AirFit F30 frees up the nasal bridge area preventing facial markings and discomfort.
Wake up without the red
With a minimal-contact mask like AirFit F30, you’ll experience greater freedom from facial marks on the nasal bridge than you would with a traditional full face mask. It’s ultra-compact cushion is designed to seal securely under the nose to prevent top-of-the-nose soreness, irritation and red marks.
More peace and quiet
Featuring small, multi-directional openings over a widespread area, ResMed’s QuietAirTM vent technology in the elbow of the mask breaks up exhaled air so it’s spread out lightly. By gently diffusing exhaled air to minimise noise, it helps to facilitate a more peaceful sleep for you and your bed partner.
Solutions for everyone
Whether it’s a simple, modern look with AirFit F30, seal performance excellence with AirFit F20 or comfort with AirTouchTM F20, ResMed has a wide selection of full face mask options to meet your needs.
What is CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)?
- CPAP is a small pump that delivers low pressure room air (not added oxygen), via a nose/mouth mask, to keep your throat open and eliminate snoring.
- CPAP will treat sleep apnoea and snoring immediately, however, some people take longer than others to experience the full benefit of therapy.
- CPAP is a therapy and should be used when sleeping or napping. Not using the device will result in a return of sleep apnoea, snoring and associated symptoms.
What is APAP (Automatic Positive Airway Pressure)?
- APAP is similar to CPAP, however, the pressure will vary during sleep in response to snoring, changes in body position (snoring and sleep apnoea can be worse on your back) and sleep stage (higher pressures are sometimes needed whilst dreaming).
- APAP may be tolerated better due to a lower average pressure, however, you can discuss the benefits of this therapy with a Qld Sleep scientist who will contact you following your test.
Who can prescribe CPAP/APAP?
- A prescription from Qld Sleep is required before commencing therapy, again via your sleep scientist, on completion of your sleep report.
How do I start CPAP/APAP Therapy?
- Sleep Healthcare Australia (SHA) is the treatment/ equipment retail supplier operated by Qld Sleep, and will work closely with your scientist to provide the best possible treatment outcome.
- SHA will obtain a validated prescription from Qld Sleep to ensure the mask and CPAP/APAP settings are correct.
- If you haven’t already made an appointment with SHA, your sleep scientist can assist, and answer any questions you may have.