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Respiratory needs can be varied and choosing the right type of product is important. We carry a whole range of respiratory products that will meet all your respiratory care needs. There are nebulizer systems, oxygen supplies, products for asthma, allergy relief products, tracheostomy care, CPAP/BiPAP machines, Spirometers as well as products designed for suction therapy. Oxygen therapy systems help in providing oxygen supply. Nebulizers are used to provide relief from asthma and other related respiratory problems. CPAP/BiPAP machines help in the treatment of sleep disorders, sleep apnea, congestive heart failure and severe respiratory distress. Suction therapy machines help in the removal of bronchial secretions from the throat. Tracheostomy supplies aid in the care of a tracheostomy. Children’s respiratory products are designed keeping their delicate needs and interest at heart. Spirometers (Voldyne 5000) are used to optimize lungs capacity. Incentive Spirometer measures the speed of the breath in and breath out from the lungs.


Our range features all types of respiratory products to suit all types of needs - whether you need to use the product on-the-go or are looking to treat yourself from the comforts of your home. These products are made from high-quality materials to provide effective results with optimum comfort to the users. At HPFY, we offer respiratory supplies from various top-selling manufacturers like Respironics, Drive Medical, Devilbiss, Carefusion Corporation, Responsive Respiratory Inc., etc.

Oxygen Therapy Supplies

An important element of respiratory treatment is oxygen supply. To provide quality and uninterrupted oxygen supply, we have several types of oxygen therapy supplies including oxygen concentrators, oxygen regulators, oxygen cylinders, etc.

Oxygen Concentrators

Oxygen concentrators are designed to provide a source of pure and concentrated oxygen, extracted from the surrounding air. Depending upon the size and design, they can be portable or stationary. Portable oxygen concentrators are lighter in size and usually battery operated so that they can be easily carried along while on-the-go. On the other hand, stationary concentrators are designed to provide oxygen therapy in the comfort of home.

oxygen conserver

Oxygen regulators maintain the flow rate of oxygen through flow-adjustment knobs. We have a variety of oxygen conserving devices from Responsive Respiratory, Drive Medical, Medline and Roscoe Medical that ensure correct dosage of oxygen supply to patients.

Oxygen Cylinders

Oxygen cylinders store concentrated oxygen for people who are recommended supplemental oxygen. They can be easily transported around providing greater freedom to patients. Also available are oxygen cylinder carrying bags, oxygen cylinder wrenches, oxygen cylinder carts for transportation and oxygen cylinder stands and racks.

Nebulizer and Compressor Systems

Nebulizers provide relief to people with asthma and other related respiratory problems. We have a variety of nebulizer machines ranging from travel size nebulizers, ultrasonic nebulizer units, disposable nebulizer, reusable nebulizer kit, nebulizer air compressors, hand-held asthma nebulizers, tabletop nebulizer machines, and more. Popular buys are our FLYP Mesh Portable Nebulizer, DeVilbiss nebulizer compressors, SideStream Nebulizer, Respironics Sidestream Reusable Nebulizer, Pari Trek S Portable Compressor Nebulizer Aerosol System, Pari LC Sprint, Drive Power Neb Ultra Nebulizer, Pari Vios aerosol nebulizers, Vixone Nebulizer, Respironics Innospire Mini nebulizers, Pulmomate nebulizer and Drive Nebulizer Kit.


inhaler spacer deliver medication into the lungs. These portable, hand-held devices are available as metered dose inhalers (MDI) and dry powder inhalers. There are products from top brands of respiratory items like Airial, Aero Trach Plus, AeroVent, Hudson RCI, OptiChamber, etc.

CPAP and BiPAP Machines

CPAP/BiPAP machines are continuous positive airway pressure machines used in the treatment of sleep apnea, sleep disorders, congestive heart failure, severe respiratory distress. The machine uses mild pressure to keep the airway open and provide sound sleep. BiPAP are bilevel (or two-level) positive airway pressure machines which are similar to CPAP except that they have two pressure settings – one pressure for inhalation and a lower one for exhalation.

This allows the user to take in more air. We have a series of CPAP machines, CPAP masks and CPAP humidifiers, among other items. Our machine variety includes travel CPAP machines, smallest BiPAP, Transcend auto mini CPAP machine with EZEX, portable BiPAP and DeVilbiss CPAP. Also available are CPAP masks and much more from top makers like Respironics, DeVilbiss, Fisher & Paykel, Somnetics International, Sunset Healthcare, etc.

Suction Therapy Supplies

Patients with inability to clear their throat will need suction machines to help in the removal of bronchial secretions. Suction therapy includes products like suction machine/aspirators, suction catheters, suction instrument, bacterial filters and chest drainage. There are portable suction machines and stationary suction machines which display ease of operation, are reliable and durable.

Tracheostomy Supplies

We offer a variety of tracheostomy products to aid in the care of a tracheostomy. We have tracheostomy tubes, tracheostomy humidifiers, tracheostomy stoma covers, tracheostomy dressings, tracheostomy speaking valves, tracheostomy masks, tracheostomy cleaning aids, endotracheal and laryngectomy products. 


Commonly required tracheostomy products are tracheostomy tubes, tracheostomy tube holders, tracheostomy collars, tracheostomy caps, tracheostomy humidification compressor, tracheostomy stoma covers, fenestrated tracheostomy tube and tracheostomy heat moisture exchangers.

Allergy Prevention and Relief

Allergies can really be troublesome and keeping beddings free of allergens is important. We have allergy-free beddings including allergy-free comforters and duvets, anti-allergy pillows, anti-allergy bed sheets, anti-allergy mattress pads and toppers plus more.

Respiratory Care Supplies for Kids

A separate section for children features nebulizer systems, nebulizer masks, air purifiers, humidifiers, inhalers and spacers, sinus relief products, suction therapy supplies, and CPAP masks for kids in attractive designs. The designs of nebulizer systems, humidifiers, masks and sinus relief equipment in kids’ category are made to look like their favorite animal characters like dogs, jellyfish, elephant, dragon, fish and seal. This keeps the attention of the children riveted to the design of the product allowing the caregiver to administer the medicine uninterrupted.

At Health Products For You, you will also find pulse oximeters for checking oxygen level of blood and oxygen therapy disposable items like cannulas, tubings, masks and resuscitators.


Respiratory Therapy FAQs

1. What are respiratory problems?

Respiratory diseases may be caused by smoking tobacco or breathing in second hand tobacco smoke, infection, radon, asbestos, or other forms of air pollution. Respiratory illnesses include chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, pneumonia, pulmonary fibrosis, and lung cancer.

2. What are the signs of weak lungs?

Common signs are:

3.What is the best exercise for the lungs?

Aerobic activities like walking, running, or jumping rope give your heart and lungs the kind of workout they need to function efficiently. Muscle-strengthening exercises like weight-lifting or Pilates build core strength, correct posture, and tone your breathing muscles.

Where to buy Respiratory supplies Online?

HPFY carries a wide range of respiratory products that will meet all your respiratory care needs. There are oxygen supplies, nebulizer systems, products for asthma, allergy relief products, tracheostomy care, CPAP/BiPAP machines, Spirometers, and products designed for suction therapy from top leading manufacturers such as McKesson, Drive Medical, Vive Health, and Medline Industries.

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Frequently asked questions

Asthma, also known as bronchial asthma is a chronic lung condition that affects the airways. Airways are the tubes that carry air in and out of lungs. In the case of asthma, the inside walls of the airways get inflamed. Asthma can be aggravated causing an asthma attack by exercise, and even allergies (including airborne allergies). When the airways react, they get narrower and reduce air flow to the lung tissue. This causes wheezing, coughing, chest tightness and difficulty breathing.

Aerosol therapy is breathing medication to the airways and lungs in the form of a very fine mist. The medication can be easily and effectively inhaled in the form of mist, a benefit being that it's very targeted in that it goes straight to the lungs. This helps in relaxing the breathing tubes so they become larger and make breathing easier.
Aerosol therapy system comprises a compressor which generates a controlled air flow to the nebulizer cup and the medication mist is then inhaled through a mouthpiece or mask.

A nebulizer is a device that administers medication in the form of a liquid mist to the airways. It is primarily used in the treatment of chronic asthma, cystic fibrosis and other respiratory diseases.

Oxygen therapy assists in increasing the supply of oxygen to the lungs and thereby, increasing the availability of oxygen to the body tissues.
Oxygen therapy is used either short-term for acute lung disorders or longer-term for chronic lung disorders where oxygen levels are consistently low.
There are three different home oxygen supply systems - electrically-driven oxygen concentrators, liquid systems and compressed gas. Large as well as portable tanks (for use outside home) are available to store oxygen for liquid systems and compressed gas.

Sleep apnea means 'without breath'. In this situation people stop breathing repeatedly during sleep, sometimes hundreds of times and often for a minute or longer.
With each apnea event, the brain briefly arouses people in order for them to resume breathing. This results in extremely fragmented and poor-quality sleep.
There are three types of apnea:
Obstructive sleep apnea (most common) - This is caused by a blockage of the airway, usually when the soft tissue in the rear of the throat collapses and closes during sleep.
Central - In central sleep apnea, the airway is not blocked but the brain fails to signal the muscles to breathe.
Mixed - Mixed sleep apnea is a combination of the two.
Sleep apnea can cause high blood pressure and other cardiovascular diseases, memory problems, weight gain, impotency and headaches.

A suction catheter is a flexible, long tube attached on one end to a trach tube and the other end to a collection container (suction canister) which generates suction.
Under normal conditions the upper airway warms, cleans and moistens the air we breathe. However, the trach tube bypasses these mechanisms, so that the air via the tube is cooler, dryer and not as clean. In response to these changes, the body produces more mucus. A trach tube is required to suction for removal of mucus from the tube and trachea to allow for easier breathing. This is done with the help of a suction catheter.

A tracheotomy mask is a mask used to deliver oxygen and humidity to tracheotomy patients. It is worn around the neck over the trach tube.

In human beings, the respiratory system comprises the airways, lungs and respiratory muscles that help in the movement of air into and out of the body.

CPAP, or continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, is a device designed to help individuals with respiratory problems. CPAP blows air at a constant pressure through the airway of the user preventing the throat from collapsing and allowing comfortable and normal breathing.

Oxygen therapy is a treatment for providing extra oxygen to someone who is not able to get enough oxygen. This may happen if the person is suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pneumonia, severe asthma, late-stage heart failure, cystic fibrosis or sleep apnea. Oxygen therapy is provided through a portable oxygen tank or home machine delivered to the patient through a breathing tube or mask.

A humidifier increases moisture in the air and prevents dryness that can cause irritation thus treating dryness of the skin, throat, lips and nose. The humidifier provides natural moisturizing and is especially useful to treat dry cough, cracked lips, sinus, headaches, nose irritation, etc.

Oxygen concentrators are oxygen machines or oxygen generators that provide oxygen therapy to patients for supplementing oxygen requirement. These machines are electrically or battery powered. It filters in air in the environment, compresses it and delivers directly into the lungs of the patient.

Nebulizers effectively deliver-medication directly to the lungs in a mist form. They are often used for treating problems such as asthma, bronchitis, lung disease, allergies, flu, COPD etc.