How to Use the Minimal Contact Wisp CPAP Mask?

Begin by disconnecting one of the magnetic headgear clips and pulling the strap away from the frame to put on the mask. Pull the mask over your head and place the mask cushion in position over your nose. Reconnect the headgear clip - you will hear it click into place. Make adjustments (if required) while you are sitting. To do this, pull the Velcro tabs on the lower headgear straps. Ensure that the mask cushion is sitting comfortably on your nose. Overtightening the headgear will lead to facial red marks and air leaks.

The elbow swivel and Wisp short tube are connected to the front of the mask. Use the adapter at the end of the short tube to connect your Wisp nasal mask to the CPAP tube from your device.

Try various sleeping positions. Turn in many directions and come to a relaxed position. If there are some excess air leaks, make final modifications while lying down.

Wisp has been designed to make less contact with your face. The cushion wraps over the top of your nose to provide therapy. Because the Philips Respironics Wisp cushion was designed to be smaller than traditional nasal mask cushions, users may need to try a larger size in the event they don’t feel like they are getting enough airflow.

Avoid over-tightening your Wisp mask to make a seal. Loosen the straps and let the cushions inflate with air and create a supportive seal on your face.

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