CPAP & BiLevel PAP sleep Apnea Device Recall
If you suffer from the sleep disorder sleep apnea, you know all too well about the devastating effects and consequences not getting a good night’s rest has on your body and overall well- being. We have now learned that the very machine recommended and prescribed to treat your condition may doing more harm than good.
If you’ve experienced negative side effects as a result of a Philips Respironics Ventilator, BiPAP, or CPAP machine, we want to help you. Our biggest concern is making sure you get the justice and the compensation that you deserve. Over the years, our medical device litigation team has recovered more than $500M for our clients. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Contact McEwen Law Firm today for a free case evaluation.
What are the Issues with Philips CPAP and Sleep Apnea Machines?
Philips recalled millions of CPAP and other sleep apnea machines because they found out that the many of the machines were omitting a toxic foam caused by a serious issue with the machines. Breathing in this toxic foam can cause cancer and other major respiratory health problems. The foam was going directly into the tube being used to breathe correctly while unaware individuals slept.
What CPAP machines are recalled?
The full details of the recall, including Philip’s recall can be found here.
The FDA also issued an alert on June 30, 2021, to people using the Philips Respironics ventilators, BiPAP, and CPAP machines, as well as health care providers of the recall due to potential health risks. Please consult with your health care provider if you believe you have a device implicated in the recall.
Philips CPAP Lawsuits
If you used any of Philips’ sleep apnea machines that they recently recalled, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit. It’s important to keep track of when you used the machine and how long you used the device for. Also take note of which device you used. Additionally, have you been diagnosed with cancer or any other type of health condition that you and your doctor believe is related to the device? If yes, you may have a valid legal claim against Phillips. We can help determine if you have a viable claim or not. We can also help you obtain your medical records and figure out what you should do next.
CPAP Lawsuit Attorney Gregory McEwen and his team have been representing injured people and holding negligent manufacturers responsible for three decades. If you or a loved one have used one of these devices and have suffered an injury, you may be entitled to compensation. Please call us at (855) 649-7766 for a free and 100% hassle free consultation. We will investigate your claim free of charge and only get paid if you win.