What model Philips CPAP machines are being recalled?

FDA Actions

The FDA reviewed and concurred with Philips’ Respironics plan for recalled DreamStation CPAP and BiPAP machines, specifically DreamStation CPAP; Pro, Auto (All Configurations), Dream Station BiPAP; Pro, Auto (All Configurations) and DreamStation ST, ASV, AVAPS (All Configurations).

What is the latest on the Philips CPAP recall?

In September 2021, Philips began replacing PE-PUR foam in recalled machines with a silicone foam. But in November 2021, the FDA released a Philips CPAP recall update notifying the public that it found the new silicone foam may still pose a health risk.

How do I know if my Philips CPAP is recalled?

Locate the Serial Number on Your Device

There will be a label on the bottom of your device. Locate that and on that label, there will be a series of numbers that follow a SN or S/N pattern. These are the numbers you will be needing to find out if the CPAP device that you are using is part of the Phillips recall.

How do I know if my Philips DreamStation is recalled?

How Do I Know if My CPAP Is Recalled?
  1. Locate the serial number of your device. The label on the bottom of the unit features a series of letters and numbers that follow the SN or S/N on the label. …
  2. Go to Philips Respironics recall website.
  3. Complete the registration form. …
  4. Watch for confirmation.

Is Philips Respironics DreamStation being recalled?

Repairing and Replacing the Recalled Devices

The FDA approved this plan based, in part, on testing the company conducted of the new foam. On September 1, 2021, Philips Respironics announced the start of its repair and replacement program for recalled first-generation DreamStation CPAP and BiPAP devices.

Should I stop using Philips CPAP?

For patients using BPAP and CPAP devices, Philips advises that they talk to a health care provider to decide on a suitable treatment for medical conditions, which may include: Stopping use of an affected device. Using another similar device that is not part of the recall.

Is ResMed owned by Philips?

Philips agreed in December to pay $5.2 billion to acquire Respironics RESP. … ResMed, with fiscal 2007 sales of $716 million, and Respironics, with fiscal 2007 sales of $1.2 billion, control about 80 percent of the $2 billion sleep market.

Where is serial number on Philips Respironics CPAP?

Where do I find my device’s serial number? The serial number is on the bottom of your device.

Will Medicare replace my recalled CPAP machine?

If the equipment is more than 5 years old, Medicare will help pay for a replacement. Important: Register your recalled equipment with Philips so they know you need a replacement, and can provide information on the next steps for a permanent corrective solution.

Where is Philips Respironics made?

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
To build the next generation of PAP machines that overcome some of these drawbacks, Philips has built a new high tech factory in New Kensington, outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Is AirSense 10 made by Philips?

ResMed’s AirSense 10 and AirSense 11** devices contain foam located within the devices’ airpath to minimize noise produced by them during therapy. … We have not observed the issues that Philips is reporting with its devices; ResMed devices are not subject to the Philips June 2021 recall* and remain safe for use.

Who makes the ResMed AirSense 10?

ResMed Healthcare Professional
AirSense™ 10 CPAP device – ResMed Healthcare Professional.