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Medical device recall of select Philips Respironics CPAP, BIPAP, and APAP machines

Written By: Simone Sonnier, UT Physicians | Updated: June 21, 2021
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Learn more about the Philips Respironics product recall here.

UT Physicians received notification that Philips Respironics has voluntarily recalled certain CPAP, APAP, BIPAP, and mechanical ventilation devices due to potential health risks related to a sound abatement foam used in the devices. The recall notice, including a list of the recalled devices and an action plan for you or your loved ones who may use one of these machines, can be found here. In addition, Philips Respironics has a FAQ available for access and download here.

If you are currently using one of these recalled devices, please follow the instructions at the links above to register your device and contact your provider to discuss your treatment plan. For additional questions, please contact your doctor through the MyUTHealth patient portal, call your clinic, or speak with them during your next appointment.



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