Philips Recall Update-January 2022

Philips Recall Update January 25, 2022 Dear Valued Customer, As we enter 2022, we at Philips Respironics wish to provide you with an update on the status of the ongoing field safety notice announced in June 2021 for certain products in our CPAP, BiLevel PAP and...

Philips Releases Update on Health Risk

  CPAP Recall: Philips Releases Update on Health RiskPosted by Sleep Review Staff | Dec 23, 2021 | CPAP & PAP Devices | 0 | CPAP Recall: Philips Releases Update on Health RiskPhilips Respironics, initiated a voluntary recall in June for certain sleep and...

Philips Respironics Recall Update

Philips Respironics Medical Device Recall: We understand from Philips that they continue to work towards a full launch of their corrective action program in Canada. Philips has not finalized with us any details regarding their corrective action program or the role...

Update – Medical Device Field Safety Notice

Important Manufacturer Notice:   To our valued clients,   Philips Respironics announced a recall for Continuous and Non-Continuous Ventilators (certain CPAP, BiLevel PAP and Ventilator Devices) due to two issues related to the polyester-based polyurethane...

COVID-19 UPDATE: REOPENING OUR DOORS

To our Coastal Sleep family, With the ever changing situation surrounding COVID-19, Coastal Sleep is happy to announce our doors are now open to in-person patient care! In our efforts to ensure all patients and staff members’ health and safety remains our top...
How to get good quality Zzzs

How to get good quality Zzzs

Our everyday lives have changed since the start of the pandemic. A lot of us are staying at home and have had to change our routines to fit our new situation. For many, these routine changes have also affected their sleep in a negative way. You may feel like you’re...
COVID-19: How to stay safe & healthy

COVID-19: How to stay safe & healthy

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, regular cleaning and maintenance of your CPAP equipment are essential. Now, more than ever, patients should ensure that their equipment is cleaned and replaced regularly to ensure you minimize the risk of sinus/chest infections...