CPAP Mask for Children Seven and up
Designed specifically for children. The Mirage Kidsta is intended for use by children who suffer from sleep apnea or other sleep disorders. The mask is only intended for children ages seven and up, and the headgear is too small for adult use.
Features small headgear, a petite nasal cushion, and click-on assembly parts that can be attached and removed easily by small hands. The Kidsta also comes with a child friendly instructional booklet with helpful advice from ResMed's mascot, Oko.
Designed with dual wall cushion with a comfortable inner gel cushion that won't rub against your child's skin or leave red blotches on their face when they wake up. Additionally, the mask has a non-restrictive view, so your child can read or watch television before bed with their mask on.
- Clear Line of Sight
- Child Sized Mask
- Kid friendly instruction booklet featuring our mask mascot, Oko
Unlike with adult masks, the headgear attachments are built with clips that will be easy for children to handle, ensuring that they won't have any trouble taking the mask off themselves.
Oko's Tips for Wearing a Mask:
1: Make sure your parents and doctor are present when you first try on your mask. 2: Tell your parents if the mask does not fit properly. 3: To make it fun, pretend you're a super hero when you wear your mask!
My child won't wear their mask at night:
It takes time for all people to get comfortable wearing a mask: many adults take theirs off during the night, even though they know they shouldn't. Some patience is needed, as adjusting to the mask will take a while.
Is this mask compatible with a VPAP machine?
Yes, the Kidsta will work with any CPAP/BiPAP/VPAP device.
Bought this Kidsta Nasal Mask for my daughter who was diagnosed of sleeping disorder and she has been having a good night sleep eversince. She has not complain, the headgear is very soft and super easy for her to attached and removed without me helping her. Cushion is very soft and never leave a mark on her face. She loves the mask for that she can read while she has her mask on at night.