Metamason’s 3D-Printed Nasal CPAP Mask Wins a 2018 CES Innovation Awards

Published by , November 14, 2017 12:34 pm

(PRWeb) Metamason has been named a CES 2018 Innovation Awards Honoree for its 3D-printed Miia nasal CPAP mask. Metamason’s proprietary software leverages 3D scans of each patient’s face that ensures the masks will be “uniquely yours,” and it is created via 3D printing technology. Metamason is at the forefront of a broadly shifting trend in 3D printing via mass production, rather than simple prototyping.
Thirty million Americans suffer from Sleep Apnea, and 85% of those newly diagnosed will be prescribed CPAP. 50% of patents abandon CPAP therapy because to date, there have predominantly been one size fits all masks that cause a range of comfort and leakage issues. No two faces or noses are the same, which makes a custom fit solution life-changing and saving.

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