Did Your Sleep Apnea CPAP Seriously Injure You?

Check the list of injuries below to see if you may qualify for a cash settlement.

Did you or a loved one use a Philips/Respironics CPAP or BiPAP device?
How long did you use the device?
Were you or a loved one diagnosed with any of the following after using the device?
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Philips Recalls Millions of CPAP Machines & Ventilators Due to Cancer Risk

Do you wear a Philips sleep apnea device at night to help you sleep? Then you may be at risk for developing serious side effects, including cancer. That’s because the sound-quieting foam used in most Philips-brand CPAP, BiLevel PAP and mechanical ventilator machines is made from a polyester-based polyurethane called PE-PUR. As this foam breaks down over time, it also emits certain toxic chemicals that can cause headaches, vomiting, and lung irritation. If you developed any of these health problems after using your Philips CPAP, ask your doctor for a cancer screening immediately:

  • Severe ear, nose, or throat inflammation
  • Cancer (any type)
  • Chemical poisoning
  • Heart attack
  • Heart failure
  • Kidney damage/disease
  • Liver damage/disease
  • Respiratory failure
  • Pleural effusion (i.e., fluid build-up inside your lungs)
  • Chemical poisoning

All Breathing Device Models Impacted By Philips Recall

This increased cancer risk from decomposing PE-PUR foam only impacts people using one of the following Philips sleep apnea devices or mechanical ventilators:

  • All Philips CPAP devices manufactured before April 26, 2021
  • All Philips BiLevel PAP devices manufactured before April 26, 2021
  • All Philips mechanical ventilator devices manufactured before April 26, 2021
  • Philips E30 continuous ventilator (for emergency use authorization in facilities only)
  • DreamStation ASV, ST, and AVAPS ventilators
  • SystemOne ASV4
  • C Series ASV, S/T, and AVAPS ventilators
  • OmniLab Advanced Plus in-lab titration device
  • SystemOne (Q series)
  • DreamStation CPAPs, Auto CPAPs and biPAPs
  • DreamStation GO CPAPs and APAPs
  • Dorma 400 and 500 CPAPs
  • Philips REMStar SE Auto CPAPs
  • Trilogy 100 mechanical ventilator
  • Philips Trilogy 200 mechanical ventilator
  • Garbin Plus mechanical ventilator
  • Aeris mechanical ventilator
  • LifeVent mechanical ventilator
  • A-Series BiPAP V30 Auto continuous ventilator (facility use only)

How We Help You Seek Justice and Compensation for CPAP Injuries

Once you fill out our contact form, we’ll match you with a local attorney with experience helping others injured by recalled medical devices. Please include a current phone number so your matched lawyer can call to discuss your case as soon as possible. Your free phone call is necessary to determine if you have a case, and it doesn’t obligate you to move forward. You can review recommended steps before choosing whether and how to proceed. If you do want to move forward, your attorney will work hard to secure the justice and cash compensation your CPAP injuries deserve.