Philips Respironics 2021 Ventilator Recall

Affected by the recent ventilator recall or end of life?

Ventilator not effected by the recall

Flight 60 Ventilator

The Most Versatile Autonomous Ventilator

Invasive and Non-Invasive Ventilation With High Leak Compensation
Advanced Modes Of Ventilation

COVID19 Response for High Acuity Patients
Single And Dual Patient Circuit Limb
Pediatric To Adults
High Pressure And Low Flow Oxygen

Ease Of Use
Excellent NIV Performance
Synchronized Nebulizer
Emergency / Contingency Management Response

Key Features

  • Adult & Pediatric
  • Pressure/Volume Control
  • Basic/Advanced Modes
  • Invasive/NIV
  • High Pressure/Low Flow O2
  • 5 Preset Settings
  • Up to 12 hour batteries
  • Curve & Loops

Ventilators Affected By The Recall

Continuous Ventilator

trilogy100

Trilogy 100 ventilator

Trilogy200

Trilogy 200 Ventilator

Garbin Plus, Aeris, LifeVent Ventilator

Philips V60 Ventilator

Philips V60 Plus Ventilator

Continuous Ventilator, Minimum Ventilatory Support, Facility Use

Continuous Ventilator, Non-life Supporting

A-Series BiPAP Hybrid A30
(not marketed in US)
A-Series BiPAP V30

A-Series BiPAP V30 Auto Ventilator

A-Series BiPAP A40
(not marketed in US)
A-Series BiPAP A30
(not marketed in US)

Reason For Recall

Effective from: June 30, 2021 Content Current as of: August 3, 2021

Phillips Respironics has recalled certain devices due to potential health risks. The polyester-based polyurethane (PE-PUR) sound abatement foam, which is used to reduce sound and vibration in these affected devices, may break down and potentially enter the device's air pathway. If this occurs, black debris from the foam or certain chemicals released into the device's air pathway may be inhaled or swallowed by the person using the device.