Philips Expands Recall, Now Includes Certain Trilogy Evo Models

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Philips Respironics has now expanded its recall of breathing devices to include certain Trilogy Evo ventilators. In summary,

  • The expanded recall covers 215 Trilogy Evo ventilators and 51 Trilogy Evo repair kits in the U.S.
  • The expansion followed the discovery that the PE-PUR foam used in devices in the original recall was also used to make some Trilogy Evo ventilators.
  • The FDA has categorized this expanded recall as a Class 1, the most serious type of recall.

Trilogy Evo Product Recall Details

On January 26, 2022, the FDA updated a Safety Communications related to the recall of certain Philips Respironics ventilators.

According to the update, in December 2021, Philips Respironics initiated a recall of certain Trilogy Evo ventilators distributed between April 15, 2021 and May 24, 2021 with specific serial numbers (see links below).

Philips Respironics Trilogy Evo product recall FDA Safety Communication

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These devices were not part of the original recall in June 2021.

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Note: Trilogy 100 and 200 ventilators were previously recalled in June 2021 due to the same foam risk; however, certain other Trilogy models are not affected by this issue and are not subject to the recall, which includes:

  • Trilogy Evo O2
  • Trilogy EV300
  • Trilogy Evo Universal

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FDA Safety Communications Update

These devices are being recalled due to a potential health risk. Polyester-based polyurethane (PE-PUR) sound abatement foam was used in the affected Trilogy Evo ventilators.  The recalled ventilators were distributed to customers in the United States and Korea.

There have been no reported injuries or deaths to date.

The issue, as with the original devices recalled, the PE-PUR sound abatement foam used to reduce sound and vibration may break down and potentially enter the device’s air pathway. Should this occur, 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 and lead to serious health issues. This potential led the FDA to classify this as a Class I recall, its most serious type of recall.

More information can be found at the Potential Health Risks from Sound Abatement Foam section of the FDA Safety Communications Update.

As always, you should speak with your health provider about any symptoms or concerns you have.


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