This is the black strap only, and not the entire Opus 360 nasal pillows mask system. The photo shows the mask frame and tubing partially transparent for illustrative purposes.
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Only Fisher & Paykel healthcare offers an interface in all delivery categories
There are four different delivery categories which should be considered when choosing an interface. Our range of interfaces and their inherent performance features give you greater flexibility. We designed them that way to meet the needs of every sleeper.
In the delivery of CPAP treatment, a patient will have preferences in an interface type that may be the product of many influences. Choosing a mask by delivery category is likely to provide for a more natural transition to therapy and therefore lead to greater acceptance and compliance.
Use the chart below as a guide to choosing the right mask. Things to consider when choosing a mask:
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Each of these masks offers an over-the-nose mask solution that fits better, feels lighter and is easier to use.
For those who prefer a full-face delivery for a mix of nasal and oral CPAP therapy, the FlexiFit™ 431 Full Face Mask offers a comfortable alternative to nasal or oral delivery.
The Infinity™ 481 Direct Nasal Mask is smaller and lighter than all other masks to offer the patient total sleeping freedom.
The Oracle™ 452 Interface is a unique oral mask for the delivery of positive pressure therapy through the mouth.
The following unique performance features appear in our range of interfaces. All have Fit-and-Forget Technology and are supplied complete as an Out-of-Box-Solution. Refer to our handy table below for guidance on which interface contains each feature. Click on the performance feature name for a detailed description and explanatory graphic.