ResMed Short Tube Assembly For Swift LT Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask
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ResMed Short Tube Assembly For Swift LT Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask

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ResMed Short Tube Assembly for ResMed Swift LT Nasal Pillow Mask

The short tube assembly is a replacement for the Swift LT Nasal CPAP mask and the Swift LT for Her CPAP mask. The elbow is flexible enough to rotate ensuring you find an optimal position for your tube so you can rest easy during your sleep apnea therapy.


Key Features

  • Rotating Elbow
  • Durable Design
  • Easy to Install

Reviewers Tip:

This elbow assembly is designed specifically for the Swift LT and Swift LT for Her CPAP masks.


How to clean your mask


FAQ

What parts does the elbow assembly come with?

The elbow assembly comes with the elbow, short tube, and swivel.

Compatibility

Model 60577
HCPCS Code A7034/A7035
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Question
Will this tube fit the ResMed AirFit N10 mask? I only need the short tube, can I buy that separately?
Answer
Hello, sorry but no. This short tube is specifically for the Swift LT Nasal Pillow CPAP Mask and will not fit the N10. We also do not sell the short tube for the N10 sorry.
Question
need short tubing for airfit N30i resmed nasal cpap mask to connect to slimline tubing

please advise which product
Answer
Hello,
You can connect the N30i straight to the slimline tubing. The slimline tubing will connect to the elbow connector on top of the head - it is a friction fit so just push the tubing onto the connector. If it doesn't fit, chances are there is a plastic connector piece from another mask left in your slimline tubing. Please pull out that plastic piece. You may need to use some force, depending on how long that connector piece has been stuck in.
Please see this video for clarification: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmxmTrSJV78&t=9s
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