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Philips Respironics DreamStation Go Auto Travel

140,000.00

Prices are effective until July 31, 2024.

o Small & lightweight (1.86 pounds)
o With travel battery that lasts 1O-l hours
o l2mm tubing for freedom of movement
o Adjustable starting ramp pressure
o Bluetooth connectivity + micro SD card storage

This is part of a product recall by Philips Respironics. Please consider buying a Hypnus, ResMed, or Breas CPAP device as an alternative.
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Description

The lightest, smallest and latest addition to the DreamStation family. Includes battery convenient for travel that lasts up to 10-13 hours.

Always on the go? Traveling off the power grid? Then the DreamStation Go is perfect for you. Philips Respironics introduces the latest addition to the Dream family with the DreamStation Go Auto Travel CPAP Machine. The DreamStation Go is the lightest and smallest travel machine on the market today, making it the most popular CPAP machine for people who love to travel.

No Return, No Exchange Policy applies.

Warranty:
2 years service warranty
1-year warranty for parts replacements

Size
Small, lightweight, weighing only 1.86 pounds with 1/3 fewer components than other travel machines.
Optional battery

FAA-approved, rechargeable 1.5-pound lithium battery integrates with the DreamStation Go. Great for traveling off the grid or for power backup.
Microflexible tubing

The new 12-millimeter tubing is designed to provide you with the added freedom of movement. The 12-millimeter tubing is 58 percent smaller than standard 22-millimeter performance tubing. It offers enhanced flexibility and portability with click connections on each end, which makes connecting and disconnecting the device and mask simple.

Flex technology
Automatically evaluates user breathing patterns and provides pressure relief at the beginning of exhalation while also easing pressure transition from inhalation to exhalation in an effort to mirror the user?s natural breathing on a breath-by-breath basis. Flex delivers the right amount of pressure at the correct time, making it much easier to stick with CPAP therapy.

DreamMapper cross-device connectivity
Users can monitor their combined progress across both home and portable PAP devices in one convenient dashboard on their smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Pressure range
4 to 20 cm H2O

Pressure mode(s)
CPAP, APAP

Flex pressure relief
1 to 3

Flex modes
C-Flex, C-Flex+, A-Flex

Ramp time
0 to 45 min (5-min increments)

Starting ramp pressure
Patient adjustable, Smart Ramp

Dimensions
15 cm L x 15 cm W x 5.8 cm H

Weight
844 g (1.86 lb.)

Filters
Reusable pollen, combination fine

Device set-up
Touchscreen color display

Data storage capacity
On-board: > 1 year

MicroSD card (optional): lifetime

Compliance meter
Breathing detection

Altitude compensation
Automatic

Electrical requirements
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

Warranty:
2 years service warranty
1-year warranty for parts replacements

Q.Why is Philips issuing a recall notification for certain CPAP, BiLevel PAP and
mechanical ventilators?
A.? On April 26, 2021, Philips provided an important update regarding proactive efforts
to address identified issues with a component in certain products of our Sleep and
Respiratory Care portfolio.
? At that time, out of an abundance of caution and based on available information,
Philips advised of potential health risks related to sound abatement foam used in
specific Philips Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), BiLevel Positive Airway
Pressure (BiLevel PAP) devices, and Mechanical Ventilators. The company also
indicated that analysis of potential health risks was ongoing, and that further
information would be provided when available.
? As a result of extensive ongoing analysis following this announcement, on
June 14, 2021, the company issued a recall notification for specific affected devices.
? The recall notification informs customers and users of potential impacts on patient
health and clinical use related to this issue. Possible health risks include exposure to
degraded sound abatement foam, for example caused by unapproved cleaning
methods such as ozone, and exposure to chemical emissions from the foam material.
High heat and high humidity environments may also contribute to foam degradation
in certain regions.
? To date, Philips has received a limited number of reports of possible patient impact
due to foam degradation, and no reports to date regarding patient impact related to
chemical emissions. The company continues to monitor reports of potential safety
issues as required by medical device regulations and laws in the markets in which we
operate.
? The recall notification advises patients and customers to take the following actions:
– For patients using BiLevel PAP and CPAP devices: Discontinue use of affected
units and consult with physicians to determine the benefits of continuing
therapy and potential risks.
– For patients using life-sustaining mechanical ventilator devices: DO NOT
discontinue or alter prescribed therapy, without consulting physicians to
determine appropriate next steps.
? Philips is recommending that customers and patients halt use of ozone-related
cleaning products, and adhere to their device Instructions for Use for approved
cleaning methods.
? Additionally, Philips is reminding customers and patients to review the age of their
BiLevel PAP and CPAP devices, as they are typically recommended to be replaced
after five years of use.
? We are treating this matter with the highest possible seriousness, and are working to
address this issue as efficiently and thoroughly as possible.
? The company has developed a comprehensive plan to replace the current sound
abatement foam with a new material that is not affected by this issue, and has
already begun this process.

Q.What devices are affected by the recall notification?
A.? The recall notification provides customers with information on how to identify
affected products.
? Additionally, the device Instructions for Use provide product identification
information to assist with this activity.

Q.What products are not affected and why?
A.? Products that are not affected may have different sound abatement foam
materials, as new materials and technologies are available over time. Also, sound
abatement foam in unaffected devices may be placed in a different location due
to device design.

Q. Are affected devices safe for use? Should affected devices be removed
from service?
A.? The recall notification advises patients and customers to take the following actions:
– For patients using BiLevel PAP and CPAP devices: Discontinue use of
affected units and consult with physicians to determine the benefits of
continuing therapy and potential risks.
– For patients using life-sustaining mechanical ventilator devices: DO NOT
discontinue or alter prescribed therapy, without consulting physicians to
determine appropriate next steps.
? Philips is recommending that customers and patients halt use of ozone-related
cleaning products, and adhere to their device Instructions for Use for approved
cleaning methods.
? Additionally, Philips is reminding customers and patients to review the age of their
BiLevel PAP and CPAP devices, as they are typically recommended to be replaced
after five years of use.

Q. What is the safety hazard associated with this issue? Has Philips received any
reports of patient harm due to this issue?
A.? The recall notification informs customers and users of potential impacts on patient
health and clinical use related to this issue. Possible health risks include exposure to
degraded sound abatement foam, for example caused by unapproved cleaning
methods such as ozone, and exposure to chemical emissions from the foam material.
High heat and high humidity environments may also contribute to foam degradation
in certain regions.
Philips continues to monitor reports of potential safety issues through our postmarket surveillance activities as required by medical device regulations and laws in
the markets in which we operate.
In the event of exposure to degraded foam:
? The potential risks of degraded foam exposure include:
– Irritation (skin, eye, and respiratory tract), inflammatory response, headache,
asthma, adverse effects to other organs (e.g. kidneys and liver) and toxic
carcinogenic effects.
? To date, Philips Respironics has received several complaints regarding the presence of
black debris/particles within the airpath circuit (extending from the device outlet,
humidifier, tubing, and mask). Philips also has received reports of headache, upper
airway irritation, cough, chest pressure and sinus infection.
In the event of exposure to chemical emissions:
? The potential risks of exposure due to chemical emissions from affected foam include:
headache/dizziness, irritation (eyes, nose, respiratory tract, skin), hypersensitivity,
nausea/vomiting, toxic and carcinogenic effects.
? To date, Philips has not received reports of patient impact or serious harm as a
result of this issue.

o DreamStation Go Auto CPAP Machine
o 6 Foot Micro 12mm Hose
o 1 Reusable Filter
o Power Cord: 6 Ft
o User Manual

Additional information

Weight0.85 kg

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