Dechoker UK
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When a person begins to choke, virtually everyone begins to panic.

That's because nearly everyone has experienced the feeling of terror when an object becomes stuck in their airway and they can't breathe.

When this happens, it's not long before the person becomes unconscious. If the object remains, brain death is expected after just 10 minutes.

Dechoker uses directed suction to remove an obstruction and clear the airway in seconds. A stand-alone device, it requires no batteries, there are no settings and almost anyone can use it.

What's more, it can be used when the person choking is either lying down or sitting up, for example in a dining chair or wheelchair.

Every customer has a different requirement. Feel free to get in touch and we will work with you to help support both the people in your care, and the people that deliver it.

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Resident dies after 'period of choking' in care home.

Resident dies after 'period of choking' in care home.

A 60-year-old man died at a care home after a ‘period of choking’, an inquest has heard. John Shreeve lived at Ivydene Residential Home in Station Road, Ormesby St Margaret, near Great Yarmouth,...

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'Excellence in Innovation' Award for Dechoker at Dementia Care Show

'Excellence in Innovation' Award for Dechoker at Dementia Care Show

The Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo Awards are designed to showcase the very best innovative and cutting edge products, services and expertise currently available to help care, nursing and...

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Care Home nurse tells inquest he tried to save life of 'choking' pensioner.

Care Home nurse tells inquest he tried to save life of 'choking' pensioner.

A care home nurse described how he tried to save the life of a choking pensioner at her care home in Bourne. Joan George, 73, died in the late evening on the 28th September 2016, at Abbey Court Care...

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