Oxygen Masks

AirLife™ oxygen masks

Designed for anatomical compatibility, Vyaire's AirLife disposable oxygen masks are latex-free and made from soft, high-grade vinyl resins. The smooth, feathered edges are designed for patient comfort while reducing irritation points.

A full range of sizes is available to meet all requirements in infant, pediatric and adult patients. AirLife 3-in-1 masks are packaged as high-concentration, nonrebreathing masks complete with reservoir bags and one-way valves.

AirLife™ aerosol masks

Soft, high-quality AirLife disposable aerosol masks are made from high-grade resins and feature smooth, feathered edges for patient comfort while reducing irritation points.

KidsMed infant and pediatric aerosol masks

Designed to reduce fear of treatment with an aerosol mask and encourage use compliance during asthma therapy, these character-themed masks provide effective medication delivery while enabling asthma treatment for children.

The toy-like masks aid in the perception that the character is breathing along with the child, which encourages the patient to take frequent deep breaths, allowing for a more effective and fun treatment. The masks’ soft, polyvinyl chloride construction ensures a comfortable fit. Infant and pediatric sizes are available with three different characters.

Please note, all products, services, or features of products and services may not be available in your local area. Please check with your local Vyaire representative. The information provided in this site is intended for healthcare professionals.

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