A recall initiated by Royal Philips' Respironics business involving 20,690 units of its V60 noninvasive ventilator has been classified by the FDA as Class I. The recall was issued over concerns about the risk of serious adverse health consequences that could happen if the ventilation unexpectedly shut down because of a loose pin within the internal cable connecting the motor to the control board.
Recall of Philips Respironics' ventilators labeled by FDA as Class I
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