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Circadiance launches new SleepWeaver ADVANCE All Cloth CPAP Mask
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Apr '09
Circadiance launched the revolutionary SleepWeaver ADVANCE All Cloth Nasal CPAP Mask at the Medtrade Spring Tradeshow in Las Vegas, Nevada March 25 - 26. More than 3,000 Home Care Professionals were in attendance at the conference. The SleepWeaver(TM) ADVANCE received an overwhelmingly favorable response from Home Care Business Owners, Managers and Respiratory Therapists.

The new SleepWeaver ADVANCE All Cloth CPAP Nasal Mask plays off of the ingenuity and groundbreaking design of the original soft, lightweight SleepWeaver while offering increased comfort, a better fit, noticeably smaller mask dimensions, all new and easier-to-use headgear, and it was designed specifically to fit a broader range of patients including those with smaller faces.

Many sleep apnea patients discontinue their CPAP therapy because their CPAP mask causes discomfort, irritation and sleep interruption. The innovative SleepWeaver ADVANCE gently inflates and softly conforms to the patient's face to create a seal, and because the cloth is flexible and follows the exact shape of each individual patient's face, air leakage is reduced. It is also designed to reduce mask noise to provide a good night's sleep. And unlike other masks, SleepWeaver has no plastic or silicone parts that touch the face, preventing it from irritating sensitive skin.

"Circadiance has already proven that cloth is a superior way to interface a CPAP machine to a patient," states David Groll, CEO of Circadiance. "The SleepWeaver ADVANCE has all of the benefits of the original SleepWeaver All Cloth CPAP Mask and is even better. The new product has met an eager reception from Sleep Labs, DMEs and CPAP Users."

Circadiance LLC

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