Portable, less noisy nebulizers?

Currently, I have one of those nebulizer machines like the ones in a doctor’s office only just a bit smaller. Yet, it still has to be plugged in and it’s very noisy. I know there are such things as hand helled devices that don’t make as much noise. An Amazon search revealed a tone of possibilities but I noticed that a lot of them served as medication delivering devices and humidifiers. Then there were some that are used to create aroma therapy devices. Does anyone know what kind of device would be most appropriate for breathing in asthma medication? Again, I’m looking for something portable for travel purposes and easier storage when I don’t have to use it. Any suggestions would be helpful.
Matt

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Philips has one called InnoSpiro Go that was recommended to me. I do not have it, but it seemed simple enough. My asthma was so bad at the time and we weren’t traveling much then either, that we decided to go with the table model since insurance would only pay for one. Now I think I would get this one from Philips because my asthma is more under control and we are traveling more.

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Thanks - I’ll check it out. Do you know how much it costs or where I could get one?

I answered my own question! I thought I would share the link below in case anyone else would be interested. I now have this thing and it kicks butt! Hopefully posting links doesn’t break any rules. Let me know if it does.

https://www.directhomemedical.com/47F35-LCS-paritreks-compressor-nebulizer-power-kit.html

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I’ve been looking for a portable substitute for years as well. I can tell you that although those vape pipes use albulitrol in it, straight albulitrol or a mix with one of the non-nicitine flavors doesn’t work though. If you find something I’d love to know what it is.

You’re awesome! Thank you for sharing I should have read the whole link before posting.😁🤗

I have one you can travel with and one I use at home. Can get At oxygen places. Mine is Lincare.Oxygen supplies

Check eBay they have a portable nebulizer made by the company contec for 19.99. Also if you want a stationary one you could look there or have the doc prescribe a nebulizer and then call durable equilibrium companies to find out what is covered and if it is quiet

My name is Mary and I just signed on this last night. I have just been diagnosed with mild pulmonary hypertension. If this is mild I am in serious trouble. I can do very little without having to stop and sit and rest before I can finish what I started. This is causing my blood pressure to shoot way up. My cardiologist says my lungs are causing my high blood pressure but low expectations for a cardiac event! Guess what I’m wondering is should I still be concerned when my blood pressure goes up say 170/90? It has gone a lot higher.

I not feeling well today body hurts head,I don’t think I’m running a fever but I’m got to take my temperature anyway

I found a link to buy it: https://www.directhomemedical.com/innospire-go-portable-mesh-nebulizer-philips.html

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