Nebulizer:

An electrically driven device known as a nebulizer converts liquid medication into a mist that may be inhaled into the lungs through a face mask or mouthpiece. Nebulizers can be used by asthmatics to administer their medications.

Pulse oximeter:

Pulse oximeter, often known as a Pulse Ox, detects the saturation of oxygen transported by your red blood cells. You can put pulse oximeters on your fingers, forehead, nose, foot, ears, or toes. The gadget can then be recycled or thrown away.

CPAP machine:

The use of a CPAP machine can greatly enhance sleep quality and lower your chance of developing certain diseases, such as heart disease and stroke.

Air purifiers:

Many of the pollutants that are known to cause respiratory ailments and lung conditions can be reduced or eliminated using air purifiers. You may enhance indoor air quality and gain considerable health advantages by using a high-quality air purifier.

BiPAP machines:

Your lungs can receive assistance from a BiPAP machine. A mask or nasal plugs that are attached to the ventilator are worn by you. Your airways receive pressured air from the machine. Because the machine uses this air pressure to assist in opening your lungs, it is known as “positive pressure ventilation.”

Stethoscope:

A stethoscope is a medical device used to listen to someone’s heartbeat or breathing.

Respiratory/Breathing conditions

ASTHMA:

A long-term illness that causes the bronchial airways in the lungs to shrink and swell, making breathing challenging. Wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and fast breathing are some of the symptoms.

COPD:

A condition characterized by narrowing of the airways and discomfort or trouble breathing.

SLEEP APNEA:

The most prevalent breathing condition associated with sleep is obstructive sleep apnea. While you’re sleeping, it causes your breathing to stop and start periodically.