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Respironics Nebulizers & Compressors

Philips Respironics is a global leader in respiratory drug delivery. Allergy Be Gone is proud to carry the Respironics line of sturdy, easy-to-use nebulizers, compressors and face masks.

For people who typically need respiratory treatments on the go, Respironics offers portable compressor nebulizer systems. These are lightweight, compact, and designed for convenience. They can be plugged into the wall, used with a car charger, or used with a rechargeable lithium ion battery. For young patients, Respironics also makes compressor nebulizer systems that look like cute animals. These pediatric devices provide extra airflow to deliver drugs faster and shorten treatment times for children.

Respironics offers specialized OptiChamber facemasks in three sizes to fit any patient. When used with inhalers, these masks help target medicine directly to the lungs so it doesn't end up in the patient's mouth, throat or stomach. Respironics facemasks also feature a clear mouthpiece to help coordinate timing of medication and actuation.

You'll get peace of mind when you buy your Respironics nebulizer from Allergy Be Gone - and not just because you're getting a high-quality product. On top of that, we provide our 3-in-1 Guarantee with every purchase. This includes our $100 lowest price guarantee; if the store price drops after you buy, we'll pay the difference.

We have a large selection of Face Masks, Goggles, and protective gear to keep you healthy while exposed to outdoor conditions!

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