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Philips: It Will Take 12 Months To Repair And Replace Recalled Sleep, Ventilator Devices

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Royal Philips will begin this month the unenviable task of repairing and replacing millions of BiPAP, CPAP and other mechanical ventilator devices that were recalled by the manufacturer in June. The effort will take a full year, Philips says.

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