Message from the Canadian Thoracic Society, the Canadian Sleep Society, and the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists

Health Canada Product Recall – Respironics Masks

Message from the Canadian Thoracic Society, the Canadian Sleep Society, and the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists September 19, 2022 Health Canada posted an alert on Friday, September 16, 2022 informing patients, caregivers, and health care providers that Philips Respironics recalled certain masks used with bilevel positive airway pressure (also known as Bilevel PAP, BiPAP,…

World Sleep 2023

Keynote Survey for World Sleep 2023

What topics and new developments do you want to see discussed at World Sleep in Rio de Janeiro? The Program Committee for World Sleep 2023 is collecting feedback for the selection of keynote presenters and welcomes your input. Your comments and ideas will be used to help plan the scientific program for World Sleep 2023…

Position Statement

Position Statement from the Canadian Thoracic Society, Canadian Sleep Society and the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists Philips Respironics Device Recall

(a)Najib T. Ayas, (b)Laree Fordyce, (c)Eleni Giannouli, (d)Marta Kaminska, (e)Sherri Lynne Katz, (f)Tetyana Kendzerska, (g)Joanna MacLean, (h)Carolyn McCoy, (i)Debra L. Morrison, (j)Sachin Pendharkar, (k)Robert Skomro, and (l)Candace Steward. (a) Chair of the Canadian Thoracic Society (CTS) Sleep Disordered Breathing Assembly and Secretary/Treasurer of the Canadian Sleep Society (CSS) Executive – Department of Medicine, University of…