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CPAP Machines Linked to Cancer

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Certain CPAP machines have been linked to various cancers and lung disorders. If you used a CPAP machine and were diagnosed with cancer you should speak with the CPAP lawyers at Brown, LLC to learn your rights. There’s no fee unless we win.

Philips recalled its CPAP sleep apnea machines because the polyester-based polyurethane sound abetment foam (PE-PUR) component may degrade and release damaging black gases and particles that may cause serious health issues if inhaled. This is why people are filing CPAP lawsuits for millions of recalled Phillips CPAP, BiPAP and mechanical ventilator machines.

The Philips CPAP Lawsuits claim that Phillips defectively designed and/or manufactured their machines and put millions of people’s lives at risk of grave health issues. The lawsuit alleges the machines are more harmful than others currently available on the market.

If you had been injured by a Philips machine, you can potentially file a lawsuit to preserve your rights and recapture your damages.

What injuries can the recalled CPAPs cause?

A defective Philips CPAP can cause lung injury, pulmonary fibrosis and possibly cancer.

  • Lung Damage/Cancer
  • Acute Respiratory Failure
  • Liver Cancer/Acute Liver Failure
  • Acute Kidney Failure
  • Esophageal Cancer
  • Throat Cancer
  • Laryngeal Cancer
  • Nasal Cancer
  • Nasopharynx cancer
  • Stroke
  • Death

Brown, LLC is only representing individuals who have unfortunately been diagnosed with cancer, had a stroke or families of those whose loved ones have unfortunately passed on due to CPAP usage.

Which Philips sleep apnea devices have been recalled?

CPAP and BiPAP Devices

Continuous Ventilator, Minimum Ventilatory Support, Facility Use
E30 (Emergency Use Authorization)

Continuous Ventilator, Non-life Supporting
DreamStation ASV
DreamStation ST, AVAPS
SystemOne ASV4
C-Series ASV
C-Series S/T and AVAPS
OmniLab Advanced+

Noncontinuous Ventilator
SystemOne (Q-Series)
DreamStation
DreamStation Go
Dorma 400
Dorma 500
REMstar SE Auto

Ventilators

Continuous Ventilator
Trilogy 100
Trilogy 200
Garbin Plus, Aeris, LifeVent

Continuous Ventilator, Minimum Ventilatory Support, Facility Use
A-Series BiPAP Hybrid A30 (not marketed in US)
A-Series BiPAP V30 Auto

Continuous Ventilator, Non-life Supporting
A-Series BiPAP A40
A-Series BiPAP A30

What is the status of the Philips CPAP lawsuits?

The Philips CPAP lawsuits are in their infancy since a recall was just issued in June 2021. Other websites mistakenly refer to this the Philips CPAP Class Action. This is not a class action. Each individual plaintiff is entitled to their own day in Court. In a class action often if you used a product you can sit around and do nothing, and you will receive notice of the action at some point. This is a mass tort. You will not receive notice of the Philips CPAP lawsuit unless you retain a CPAP lawyer and file a claim.