- Shortness of breath
- Coughing, especially at night
- Chest tightness or pain
- Excessive fatigue during exercise
Asthma Risk Factors:
- Family history
- Allergens, such as dust, mold, fungi, and pet dander
- Environmental factors such as smoke, pollution, cold temperatures, and high humidity
- Cigarette smoke
Patients of all ages can benefit from inhalation therapy. It's an effective way to treat your asthma because it delivers medication directly into your lungs. We provide home and portable nebulizer machines to help alleviate your symptoms quickly so you can breathe easier.
If your child has asthma, they may benefit from a custom treatment plan. At Lincare, we provide equipment and education while working closely with guardians, caregivers, and the child's prescribing practitioner to provide the best possible care for the patient.
"There have been at least three times in the last couple of weeks when my son was in the midst of respiratory distress that could have resulted in emergency room visits or hospital stays. I want Lincare to know that your respiratory system has proven valuable to my son's care and well-being. We are so grateful that this equipment is right at his bedside. I just wanted to express my gratitude for your efforts. Thank you all."Hear more from Lincare patients
Devices We Provide Include:
Additional Lincare Services
Remote cardiac services help a practitioner understand the condition of a patient's heart to provide better care.
Non-invasive and invasive home ventilation can reduce the effort needed to breathe for patients with chronic respiratory failure.
Our comprehensively trained dieticians help feed those who can't consume the calories they need.