Young girl using nebulizer. Young girl using nebulizer.

Philips InnoSpire Essence Compressor Nebulizer

A must-have piece of equipment in every house! The InnoSpire Essence is lightweight, compact and delivers therapy in a matter of minutes—and only $29!

Oxygen & Asthma

Learning to adjust to sleep apnea can be especially difficult for patients who also have chronic respiratory illnesses, such as COPD or asthma. At The CPAP Shop and through our sister company, The Oxygen Concentrator Supplies Shop, our team of experts has hand-selected oxygen concentrators, nebulizers, supplies and accessories to make living with a respiratory condition a little easier.

NEW OXYGEN & ASTHMA PRODUCTS


Choose Oxygen & Asthma Products by Brand


Frequently Asked Oxygen & Asthma Questions

Do you require a prescription to order respiratory equipment?

An oxygen concentrator requires a prescription prior to purchase. Nebulizers, thermometers, and pulse oximeters—as well as other supplies and accessories—do not require a prescription prior to purchase.

How frequently can you use a nebulizer?

A nebulizer can be used three to four times a day generally. It depends on the prescription and the patient’s symptoms.

Which machine can be used specifically for asthma treatment?

A nebulizer helps in treating asthma. It dispenses liquid medication as a mist which makes it easier for the lungs to absorb. Nebulizers also help in cases where the patient is having trouble using an asthma inhaler or needs a large dose of medication.

Can a pulse oximetry detect heart attacks?

A pulse oximeter can detect the symptoms of various conditions like COPD, asthma, heart attack, anemia, etc.