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Swift FX Nasal pillow: quick question
#1
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does it matter if the logo is up or down the instructions just say it should face out ? It seems that when the logo is under it is more comfortable and easier to breath than if it is on the top??


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#2
Never mind

I found the answer on You tube logo goes up
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#3
Thanks for posting this question and answer dfstarman. I was wondering the same thing, except I was using the size "S" as a reference and saw a photo on the ResMed site of a model wearing the mask and the size was on the left. I never saw the logo. So, I just checked my mask and sure enough - when the logo is "up", the "S" is on the left! I love how Hose Heads figure this stuff out and share their findings.
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(11-11-2013, 02:33 PM)MAPnea Wrote: Thanks for posting this question and answer dfstarman. I was wondering the same thing, except I was using the size "S" as a reference and saw a photo on the ResMed site of a model wearing the mask and the size was on the left. I never saw the logo. So, I just checked my mask and sure enough - when the logo is "up", the "S" is on the left! I love how Hose Heads figure this stuff out and share their findings.

On which mask setting do you put the Nano?
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#5
Hi, Lukie,
I just checked the ResMed Swift FX Nano User's Manual and on page 8 under "Mask Settings Options" for the S9 it says to use the setting "pillows". I was kind of surprised at this answer - thinking it would be a "nasal mask", but what do I know? Just google "ResMedSwift FX Nano User's Manual" and look on page 8 to confirm.
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(12-02-2013, 01:34 PM)MAPnea Wrote: Hi, Lukie,
I just checked the ResMed Swift FX Nano User's Manual and on page 8 under "Mask Settings Options" for the S9 it says to use the setting "pillows". I was kind of surprised at this answer - thinking it would be a "nasal mask", but what do I know? Just google "ResMedSwift FX Nano User's Manual" and look on page 8 to confirm.

I had already checked the mask manual and other manuals but I called them just to make sure and they explained that the space inside the Nano was similar to pillows thus the use of that setting.
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#7
Mask / Flow Generator Settings
The table below indicates which mask setting to use with your ResMed flow generator depending on which ResMed mask you are using
http://www.resmed.com/assets/documents/s...sa_eng.pdf
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(12-02-2013, 02:21 PM)zonk Wrote: Mask / Flow Generator Settings
The table below indicates which mask setting to use with your ResMed flow generator depending on which ResMed mask you are using
http://www.resmed.com/assets/documents/s...sa_eng.pdf

Thanks. I had seen that page but wanted to hear it from the horses mouth and learn the reason why as well.
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