If you use a nebulizer to convert medication for asthma or another condition into an aerosol mist, Walgreens has you covered. We have the equipment, training and supplies to support your treatment and can also fill all of your prescription respiratory medications.
Nebulizer Products & Payment Options
- Your insurance1
- Flexible Spending Account [FSA]2
- Walgreens Prescription Savings Club
- Medicaid in select states3
What is a nebulizer?
A device that delivers medication to the lungs as an inhalable mist.
What are nebulizers used to treat?
Nebulizers treat a variety of respiratory conditions including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma.
A doctor may prescribe a nebulizer to patients:
- Experiencing difficulty using metered-dose inhalers
- Living with severe COPD and asthma and those unable to hold their breath long enough to use a metered-dose inhaler
Why does Walgreens offer PARI-brand nebulizers and compressors?
PARI has been in business for more than 100 years and are industry leaders in effective inhalation treatment. PARI reusable nebulizers deliver consistent particle size and fast aerosol treatments. Medication waste is reduced and treatment time is improved. Researchers have also used PARI nebulizers in more than 25 clinical trials for new respiratory medications.For support with PARI products, visit the PARI Patient Connection.
How often should a patient replace a nebulizer mouthpiece?
We recommend every six months.
What medications work with a nebulizer?
Common medications used with a nebulizer include:
- Patient is responsible for any applicable deductible, copay or coinsurance amounts.
- Excludes Puerto Rico
- Medicaid is accepted in Alaska, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Washington, and Wisconsin.