This recall relates to the Philips Respironics Trilogy 100, Trilogy 200 and Garbin Plus ventilators. Its impact does not extend to the massive, ongoing CPAP and BiPAP recall.
Here’s a timeline of how the recall unfolded.
Philips also recalled the Trilogy and Garbin ventilators affected by this issue in June 2021, when its Respironics recall began. This recall covers certain reworked ventilators with adhesive issues. The reworked or replaced CPAP and BiPAP machines do not use adhesive to hold the silicone foam in the devices.
In November 2022, Philips warned that reworked Philips Respironics Trilogy ventilators have two new potential issues. The company said the Trilogy 100/200 ventilators with potential additional problems make up roughly 3% o…