"I didn't expect to need the Dechoker as soon as did. I was drinking my morning juice, and realized I had swallowed more than the juice. Something was stuck in my throat. I tried to cough it up, couldn't, and then I remembered my Dechoker. I used it twice but I didn't really feel anything. Then I looked at the Dechoker and realized my crown was actually in the cylinder of the Dechoker. I am so thankful that the Dechoker is on the market." – RG


Have someone call 911.
Remove DeCHOKER from package and assure choking victim that help is on the way.

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Tilt head back and lift chin for optimal access to airway.

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Insert tube into mouth with respirator mask covering mouth and nose. Use tube to place over tongue as a guide.

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Hold respirator mask between your thumb and fingers and apply light but firm pressure to form a seal between the face and mask.

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Continue to apply light pressure on the mask while pulling the plunger out with force to remove the obstruction.

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If victim is still choking, repeat steps 4 and 5. Multiple pumps can be performed to create additional suction if necessary.

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Once debris has been dislodged, roll individual over on their side to allow additional debris and/or fluid out of the mouth.

"I just received this device in the mail for my son. I won't say I can't wait to use it, but I'm glad I have it if he should need it. My son has down syndrome, autism and silent aspiration. He constantly chokes on the simplest of things, food, etc. thank you again for this product, and for donating to a boy that needs it so!" - HF

"We got ours in the mail yesterday. Thank you so much for the peace of mind and helping us keep my 13 year old with Cerebral Palsy safe!" - AM


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