COPD Treatment & Management

Live life to the fullest with COPD treatment and management solutions designed to fit your lifestyle and support you at every stage

SimplyGo Mini

A lightweight portable oxygen concentrator (POC) that gives you freedom for life.

Easy to read and use LCD touchscreen, with five pulse dose settings to keep you on the go


Lightweight, easy to carry and travel-ready (complies with FAA requirements for in-flight use*)


Rugged construction combines with elegant design for confidence outside your home


Simple to replace rechargeable battery that lasts up to 4.5 hours (up to 9 hours with extended battery)**

*RTCA/DO-160G section 21, category M

**Battery duration times are based on new, fully charged batteries used with a new SimplyGo Mini system. Battery duration times will degrade with battery age, environmental operating conditions, use over time, and operational condition of the concentrator.

Have questions or want to speak to a representative?

Call us at 1800-258-7678

Download a SimplyGo Mini brochure

Have questions or want to speak to a representative?

Call us at 1800-258-7678

Download a SimplyGo Mini brochure

Philips SimplyGo Mini video

SimplyGo Mini is a breakthrough in lightweight portable oxygen therapy.


From a walk in the park to a weekend away with friends, SimplyGo Mini’s reliable performance and stylish look could be just what you need to get back to living life your way, with confidence.

Living and competing with COPD


Russell Winwood is a triathlete and marathon runner living with COPD. He is still able to compete in long-distance events with the help of the Philips SimplyGo Mini.

Russell Winwood video

Portable oxygen makes a difference


Mark Junge is a bike adventurer and has COPD. Hear his perspective on how portable oxygen treatment can help others with COPD stay active and empowered.

Mark Junge video

COPD solutions

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SimplyGo portable oxygen concentrators that give you freedom and mobility to live your life with confidence.




COPD nebulizers deliver your medication where it's needed most - your lungs. Many medications begin to work much quicker as a result3.

Tips and inspiration:

Ideas and insights about living with COPD, empowering you to live life to the fullest while managing your condition.

With COPD, breathing can be difficult.

Living life doesn’t have to be.

COPD is estimated to affect more than 210 million people worldwide1 as the fourth leading cause of death, and is becoming more prevalent every day2. But through education, engagement, and empowerment we can help those affected by the disease live a fulfilling life.


Learn more about World COPD Day and how you can help support the COPD Foundation with a donation from Philips.

World COPD day video

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1 COPD Foundation, COPD Uncovered Report. 2011. Retrieved from:

2 Lozano R, Naghavi M, Foreman K, et al. Global and regional mortality from 235 causes of death for 20 age groups in 1990 and 2010: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2010. Lancet 2012; 380(9859): 2095-128.

3 What Are the Benefits of Nebulizers? Accessed on 4 August 2015.

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