Respiratory Disorders

Respiratory Disorders impact tens of millions within the United States. Infections, smoking, exposure to toxins, heart disease, allergens, and genetics can play a role in lung disease.

Asthma, Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis, COPD, and Cystic Fibrosis are known to affect the airways in the lung. Symptoms and signs include; chronic cough, shortness of breath, hard to exhale, wheezing, acute infections, and inability to cough adequately causing breathing issues.

Lung cancer, cardiac failure, pneumonia, tuberculosis, respiratory distress, and inhalation of toxic substances such as asbestos are known to affect the small air sacs within the lung. These conditions can cause shortness of breath and the inability to properly exchange and regulate oxygen and carbon dioxide levels in the blood. Interstitial lung disease can also impede the proper exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide at the small air sac level.


How Sleep Technologies Can Help

We are a also a Respiratory specialty company offering innovative products, and resources for the treatment of lung disorders with a focus on providing technology and support.

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  • We provide nebulizers to assist with the inhalation of prescribed medication to treat many symptoms relating to acute and chronic shortness of breath.

  • We can assist with referrals to pulmonary physicians who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of lung disorders.

  • We offer a variety of Hi and Lo flow Oxygen Concentrators for nocturnal and continuous use.

  • Our inventory includes several types of Portable Concentrators to match the correct patient need for travel around home and for airline use.

  • Several types of Oxygen Conserving Devices are used with our 02 tanks to provide ease of use, convenient storage and allow for extended local travel.

  • Our staff can work with your physician to arrange for overnight oximetry testing for proper diagnostic testing and re-evaluations.

  • Our billing specialists will work with your insurance company to determine coverage and patient co-pay responsibilities.