Face Masks

 
These facemasks have a cuff that allows for a complete seal to be achieved between the mask and the patient's face. Anesthetic facemasks can therefore be used to deliver non-invasive ventilation (NIV). In order  to ventilate with an anesthetic facemask you'll need a pressurized gas source such as a cylinder or gas wall supply. if no pressurized gas source is available, a self-inflating bag will allow for positive pressure-ventilation through an anesthetic facemask.
The cuff volume can typically be adjusted through a valve. A somewhat under-inflated cuff usually achieves a better seal than a fully inflated one.
We supply these masks with a detachable hook ring, which allows for the mask to be held in place with a head strap for delivering NIV 


Anaesthetic facemasks are generally used in two different settings/ scenarios:
1. For bag-mask ventilation  in the OR or resuscitation setting.

2. To provide non-invasive ventilation (NIV) or respiratory support, most commonly as either continuous or biphasisc positive airway pressure (CPAP or BIPAP) in patients with respiratory compromise. 

Resuscitations is a leading retailer and supplier of Anaesthesia,Respiratory care,Breathing Accessories and Difficult Airway Management Products in India. Our high-quality medical equipments are designed and developed by highly skilled professionals using well-tested raw material and latest technology which follow international quality standards. Our medical equipments are highly appreciated for its sterility, precise design, efficient performance and longer service life.

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