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Philips continues testing for Trilogy 100/200

December 23, 2022Liz Beaulieu, Editor

AMSTERDAM – Philips officials say additional testing and assessments are needed for its Trilogy 100/200 ventilators after the polyester-based polyurethane (PE-PUR) foam in new and lab-aged devices failed ISO 10993 genotoxicity testing.  The company says “weight of evidence assessment” for the vents, which passed volatile organic compounds and particulate matter testing, as well as several biocompatibility tests, is ongoing to confirm or exclude potential risks for patients.  “The...

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Short takes: Philips, 3B Medical, Peter Farrell

September 14, 2017HME News Staff

Frost & Sullivan has awarded Philips with the 2017 North American Home Ventilation Product Leadership Award for its Trilogy line of homecare ventilators. Frost & Sullivan presents this annual award to the company that has developed a product with innovative features and functionality, gaining rapid acceptance in the market…3B Medical has received FDA clearance for two new CPAP masks. The Viva Nasal Mask and the Numa Full Face Mask are now available for ordering…Peter Farrell has been recruited...

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Philips Respironics recalls 600 vents

February 20, 2014HME News Staff

MURRYSVILLE, Pa. - Philips Respironics initiated a worldwide recall of 600 Trilogy Ventilators, models 100, 200 and 202, according to a Feb. 19 release. The voluntary recall is to address a potential defect in part of the power management board, which could cause the ventilator to fail without an alarm indicating a problem, the release says. The recall affects devices shipped between Dec. 30, 2013, and Jan. 30, 2014. Philips Respironics asks customers to stop using the devices and return them to...

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