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A large number of CPAP devices were recalled due to an increased risk of developing cancer

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CPAP Lawsuit Facts

  • Products

    Philips CPAP & BiPap Devices

  • Related Injuries


  • Status

    Cases are currently being filed

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CPAP Lawsuit Filing

In June 2021, Philips announced a nationwide safety recall of almost all of its existing CPAP and BiPAP devices. The recall was prompted by potential dangers related to a certain foam called PE-PUR that all the Philips devices used to make them run quietly. Philips stated that this foam may degrade into small particles that get inhaled by machine users as they sleep.

According to the recall announcement from Philips, inhalation of PE-PUR foam “can result in serious injury which can be life-threatening, cause permanent impairment, and/or require medical intervention to preclude permanent impairment.”

Who May Be Affected


Philips is one of the largest manufacturers of sleep apnea devices and the safety recall applied to an estimated 3.5 million existing CPAP and BiPAP devices. The machines were recalled because they could be causing users to inhale chemicals that are known to be toxic and potentially cause cancer.

CPAP Injuries

The long term usage of a Philips CPAP or BiPap machine that was later recalled due to defective foam which can be inhaled by the user of the device, may lead to an increased risk in developing :

  • Cancer

Criteria For Qualification

Law Firms throughout the country are currently accepting CPAP Lawsuits from patients who used a recalled Philips breathing machine and later experienced serious complications, specifically a diagnosis of cancer.

What Are The Next Steps

If you or a loved one were implanted with Hernia Mesh and later experienced complications which required the need for a revision surgery -- you may be entitled to financial compensation. Contact us today for a free case evaluation to find out if you qualify.

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