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Introducing ResMed Swift FX Bella

Resmed has introduced yet another product directed at women who suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Building on previous success of the Swift FX For Her nasal pillows mask, the Swift FX Bella incoporates an alternative headgear style called Bella Loops. This CPAP headgear offers women the opportunity to loop the headgear over the ears. This is a strong break from previous headgear implementations that require the use of straps that wrap around the back of the neck and around the head. Women have been historically concerned with hair management during the night, tangling of headgear, and slipping of headgear...

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ResMed Quattro FX for Her Now Available!

Ladies!  October is turning out to be a great month for you.  First, ResMed introduced the S9 AutoSet, now they are releasing a Quattro FX for Her.   It's just for her! New styling and color features promote CPAP acceptance and adherence.

The Quattro FX for Her represents a new design element for ResMed masks. With no forehead support to obstruct her views, ladies can read in bed or watch television to fall asleep. No forehead support doesn't mean no support, however. New technologies in the Spring Air™ cushion and Spring frame give the stability and adjustment provided by a conventional forehead support. The high-tech Spring Air cushion distributes pressure evenly and absorbs even the slightest user movements, so users can enjoy a good night’s sleep confident that her seal is secure.

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ResMed Introduces S9 AutoSet For Her

Women CPAP users are now able to have a APAP that they can call their own. ResMed has introduced the S9 AutoSet for Her. A stylish new look to the S9 Autoset accents educational materials for women. ResMed hopes the new style will help promote emotional acceptance of the CPAP machine as well as promote higher levels of compliance...

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New CPAP Masks Target Sleep Apnea Therapy Options for Women

Updated on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at 10:36AM by Registered

Sleep Apnea has long been thought to be a condition only experienced by middle-aged overweight men. The stereotypical snoring man who gasps for breath while sleeping and sometimes stops breathing altogether should no longer be the norm. Women make up a third of the total diagnosed population with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), and manufacturers, sleep clinics, and retailers are starting to notice.

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