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Q: What is an N95 mask?
A: An N95 mask is a type of respirator that offers more protection than a surgical mask. It is designed to filter out at least 95% of airborne particles.

Q: What is the difference between an N95 mask and a surgical mask?
A: Surgical masks are designed to protect the patient from the wearer’s respiratory emissions. They do not provide a seal around the nose and mouth, so they do not offer as much protection as an N95 mask. N95 masks are designed to protect the wearer from airborne particles.

Q: How long can I wear an N95 mask?
A: The CDC recommends that N95 masks be worn for no more than 8 hours at a time.

Q: How do I know if my N95 mask fits properly?
A: To ensure that your N95 mask fits properly, you should perform a user seal check every time you put it on. This involves covering the mask with your hands and breathing in and out sharply. If air leaks around the edges of the mask, adjust the straps or reposition the mask until it fits snugly.

Q: How should I store my N95 mask?
A: Store your N95 mask in a clean, dry place. Avoid touching the inside of the mask when you take it off.

Q: Can I reuse my N95 mask?
A: The CDC recommends that N95 masks be discarded after each use or after exposure to a patient with an infectious disease.