Understanding the Philips CPAP Recall
In June 2021, Philips Respironics issued a recall on various sleep apnea devices due to health hazards that include developing certain cancers and other health risks after use. This infographic illustrates what you need to know about the Philips CPAP recall.
Reason for the Recall
Philips Respironics issued a recall on numerous sleep apnea devices because the polyurethane foam in the machine used to mitigate the machine's sound can degrade over time and release small particles that enter users' airways.
The Health Hazards
As the polyurethane degrades, it becomes toxic and can cause lung cancer, liver cancer and blood cancer. Other health risks include liver disease and kidney disease.
CPAP & BiPAP Machines
- DreamStation ASV
- DreamStation ST AVAPS
- SystemOne ASV 4
- C Series ASV, S/T, AVAPS
- OmniLab Advanced Plus In-Lab Titration Device
- SystemOne Q Series
- DreamStation CPAP, Auto CPAP, BiPAP
- DreamStation Go CPAP, APAP
- Dorma 400, 500 CPAP
- REMStar SE Auto CPAP
- E30 (Under Emergency Use Authorization)
- Trilogy 100 Ventilator
- Trilogy 200 Ventilator
- Garbin Plus, Aeris, LifeVent Ventilator
- A-Series BiPAP V30 Auto Ventilator
What To Do
Immediately STOP using your device and reach out to your health care provider. Do NOT throw your machine away or return it.
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