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Amara View full face mask

Amara View full face mask

Regular price $170.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $170.00 USD
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Size

Lightweight and compact, the Amara View Face Mask sits under the nose, clearing the field of vision. It is intuitive, easy to assemble and clean.

MANUFACTURER'S DISCLAIMER: Before purchasing this mask, please check that you do not have any of the contraindications * below.

Comfortable

  • Prevents irritation, discomfort and red marks on the bridge of the nose thanks to its positioning under the nose.
  • Reduced size and weight that optimize comfort.

Practical

  • Its design clears the field of vision to allow the wearing of glasses to read, for example.
  • No bulky frames or cushions in front of the face and eyes.

Easy to use

  • Its quick-release connection makes it easy to disconnect tubing without having to remove the mask.
  • Its magnetic fasteners allow the harness to be put on easily and quickly before bedtime or in the middle of the night.


* Contraindication

Magnets with a magnetic field of 400 mT are used in the mask. With the exception of the devices identified in the contraindication, ensure that the mask is kept at least 15.24 cm (6") away from any other active medical implant or medical device that may be affected by the magnetic fields to avoid the possible effects of localized magnetic fields.This includes family members, caregivers and bed partners who may be in close proximity to patients using the masks.

Mask use is contraindicated for patients and their family members, caregivers, and bed partners who may be in close proximity to patients using the masks and who have implanted devices that may be affected by magnets, including but not limited to:

  • Pacemakers

  • Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICDs)

  • Neurostimulators

  • Magnetic metal implants/electrodes/valves placed in the upper limbs, torso, or higher (i.e. neck and head)

  • CSF (cerebrospinal fluid) shunts (eg, VP (ventriculoperitoneal) shunt)

  • Aneurysm Clips

  • Embolic spirals

  • Intravascular flow interruption devices in intracranial aneurysms

  • Metal skull plates, screws, burr hole covers and bone substitute devices

  • Metallic splinters in the eye

  • Ocular implants (eg, glaucoma implants, retinal implants)

  • Some metal contact lenses

  • Implants intended to restore hearing or balance that have a magnet (such as cochlear implants, implanted bone conduction hearing aids, and hearing brainstem implants)

  • Magnetic attachments for dental prostheses

  • Metal gastrointestinal clamps

  • Metallic stents (eg, aneurysm, coronary, tracheobronchial, biliary)

  • Implantable ports and pumps (eg, insulin pumps)

  • hypoglossal nerve stimulators

  • Devices listed as hazardous for MR (magnetic resonance)

  • Magnetic metal implants not labeled for MR or whose safety in a magnetic field has not been assessed

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