Safety officials are warning that Philips DreamStation 2 breathing machines can overheat and cause burn injuries or catch on fire.
Another 44 deaths and 48,000 complaints have been linked to breathing machines that were recalled by Philips Respironics last year.
The FDA has received more than 21,000 reports of health problems from Philips CPAP machines, including 124 deaths since April 2021.
Philips Respironics has added EVO Ventilators to a massive recall for breathing machines that contain a toxic foam linked to health risks.
A truck driver from Oregon with sleep apnea has filed a lawsuit after he had to stop working when Philips recalled his breathing machine.
The FDA announced a Class 1 recall — the most serious type of recall — for millions of Philips breathing machines that pose a risk of cancer.
Philips recalled millions of CPAP and BiPAP machines because users can breathe toxic foam that can cause cancer or other health issues.
Philips recalled 3 to 4 million sleep apnea machines and ventilators that can release a toxic cancer-causing foam that users may inhale.