How do I contact Philips Respironics Customer Service?
Does Philips own Respironics?
On December 21, 2007, Respironics announced it entered into a merger agreement with Philips. Philips will acquire all shares of Respironics for $66 per share, for a total of approx $5.1 billion.
How do I register my Philips CPAP recall?
Call Philips Respironics at 1-877-907-7508 to register your device or register your device via the web at: https://www.philipssrcupdate.expertinquiry.com/
How do I contact Philips CPAP?
You can contact Philips at 833-262-1871 if you have any questions with your new replacement machine.
How do I know if my Philips CPAP has been recalled?
After you enter your device’s serial number during registration, the site will tell you if it is one of the recalled models . To register by phone or for help with registration, call Philips Respironics at 877-907-7508.
What is happening with Philips recall?
In July 2021, the FDA classified the Philips CPAP recall as a Class I recall. This means the recalled product may cause serious injury or death. The foam may degrade and release particles and toxic gases into the machine’s airways that users may inhale or swallow.
Are Philips Respironics and ResMed different companies?
Philips agreed in December to pay $5.2 billion to acquire Respironics RESP. O, a deal that leaves ResMed as the only publicly traded company focusing exclusively on the fast-growing sleep-disordered breathing market, which includes obstructive sleep apnea.
Where are Philips Respironics manufactured?
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 Philips Respironics DreamStation being recalled?
Repairing and Replacing the Devices Recalled in June 2021 On September 1, 2021, Philips Respironics announced the start of its repair and replacement program for recalled first-generation DreamStation CPAP and BiPAP devices.
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.
What is the problem with Philips CPAP machines?
Philips Respironics recalled millions of CPAP and BiPAP machines because degraded PE-PUR sound abatement foam in the machines may break down and cause serious health issues, including: Cancer, respiratory inflammation and other toxic effects.
Are Philips CPAP machines being recalled?
Philips Respironics is recalling the following affected devices manufactured between 2009 and April 26, 2021….Ventilators.
|Device Type||Model Name and Number (All Serial Numbers)|
|Continuous Ventilator||Trilogy 100 Trilogy 200 Garbin Plus, Aeris, LifeVent|