Severe Injuries And Medical Conditions From Recalled Phillips® Brand CPAP & BiPAP Devices

Victims of severe injuries and medical conditions from recalled Phillips® brand CPAP & BIPAP devices can finally seek justice and compensation.

Those eligible must have used a Phillips CPAP, or BiPAP RECALLED device for 4 Years or longer before Thursday, February 25, 2021 [09-25-2021], did not smoke while using the device, and were diagnosed with cancer of the:

  • Lungs;
  • Mouth;
  • Nose; or,
  • Larynx;

Or were diagnosed with lung injuries such as;

  • Chronic asthma;
  • Pneumonitis;
  • COPD;
  • Pulmonary fibrosis; and,

Have your device number or registration details for receiving a replacement device.

Important consumer information on recalled CPAP or BiPap Devices

Consumers had to register their recalled device to be eligible to receive a replacement device. Those who registered their recalled device received a registration number provided by Philips. Once registered Philips would have placed you on a priority list and you may now have received the replacement device.

If you are need to registering for a replacement deviceTo register for a replacement device, consumers have to enter their name and device Serial Number (S/N) (located on the back of the Philips recalled device), into the following Philips website: If the Serial Number is not on the recall list, it will not allow the client to complete registration and replacement process.

What if I can’t find the registration number and/or serial number?

Consumers can call the Philips helpline set up for this purpose:  (877) 907-7508.

Clients who call the above number will be asked to verify:

  1. Last name
  2. Zip Code
  3. Last (4) digits of the phone number they used to register their device.
Alternatively, clients who lost their registration number and/or serial number and don’t want to speak to a person can log into their portal at the following website:

Important Update

The FDA just dropped an update on that Philips sleep apnea machine recall, and it's quite an eye-opener. They're saying these machines might be connected to a whopping 561 reported deaths.

Since April 2021, the FDA has been flooded with over 116,000 reports about these respiratory devices. They've been breaking down and causing some serious health risks. This includes talking, choking, inhaling weird particles, and even an increased chance of cancer.

These devices, used for sleep apnea and similar disorders, were made with a foam called polyester-based polyurethane (PE-PUR). However, this foam breaks down over time, and the little bits can end up in the airways of the people using them. The FDA warns you might end up breathing in these "black pieces of foam" or some invisible chemicals.

After the first recall of over 5 million devices in 2021, Philips tried to sort out the issue. But they still fail to meet safety standards or consumer expectations.

Philips has now agreed to stop selling these devices in the U.S., primarily because of the filing of a proposed class action settlement.


Health Dangers From Using a Recalled Phillips CPAP or BiPAP

Phillips® CPAP and ventilation machines are causing damage—including personal injuries and cancer diagnoses—that is being reported nationwide.

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Consumers with damage may qualify for a case evaluation

We offer a free, private case review for victims of recalled Phillips® brand CPAP & BIPAP devices who aren’t satisfied with the company's response.

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Phillips® brand CPAP & BIPAP Device Damage Info To Prepare Consumers

Why Did Phillips® Respironics Recall These Breathing Machines?

The foam that the company embedded in millions of ventilators and sleep apnea machines to reduce noise was found to break down, sometimes because of heat and humidity.

The potential risks of particulate exposure if inhaling or swallowing pieces of PE-PUR foam include:

Irritation to the skin, eyes, nose, and respiratory tract (airway)

Inflammatory response



Toxic or cancer-causing effects on organs, such as kidneys and liver

The potential risks of inhaling chemicals released into the device's air tubes from the PE-PUR foam include:



Nausea or vomiting

Hypersensitivity reaction, such as an allergic reaction

Toxic and cancer-causing effects

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Phillips® Brand CPAP & BIPAP Device Damage FAQ: Questions the Health Risks

What Does the Government Say About The Health Risks?

The FDA has reported that when the foam breaks down, the material can move through the device and be inhaled or ingested. The agency said users could experience headaches, asthma, inflammatory conditions, respiratory tract problems, and “toxic or cancer-causing effects to organs,” among other health complications.

The FDA has advised consumers with recalled machines to consult their doctors about the best course of action, noting that some users may face more significant health risks if they stop using them altogether.

What Does Phillips® Say About the Health Risks?

When the recall was announced, Phillips® reported that the defect could cause short- and long-term health risks, including life-threatening conditions. Previously, two internal health hazard evaluations launched by Phillips® had concluded that the risk to people who used the machines was “unacceptable.”

In recent months, Phillips® has reported that initial testing was limited and based on a “worst-case scenario” and that new tests on the DreamStation® and similar devices have found the foam breakdown is “unlikely to result in an appreciable harm to health in patients.”

How Can I Register for a Replacement CPAP Machine or Other Device?

Customers whose machines were recalled are supposed to be able to get replacements from Phillips®, which has a patient registration site.

Though Phillips® has said millions of replacement devices have been sent out, customers have reported the process is riddled with delays.

To register, Phillips® requires the recalled device's name and serial number. The company also requires a current doctor’s prescription.

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