About Dechoker

The team of people behind Dechoker are committed to one thing – saving lives.
Our people work closely with our clients to support them when they need it – whilst providing advice and guidance for those wanting to know what they can do to reduce the risk of choking.

How It Works

Dechoker uses suction to remove obstructions blocking a person’s airway and preventing them from breathing. Using suction – not force – the effect on liquids is just as impressive.

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Clinical Support

Compliance, regulation and most importantly safety are at the core of everything we do at Dechoker – and has been since day 1. If you represent a CCG, NHS Trust, Local Authority, Council or other organisation and want to know more about Dechoker please get in touch.


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Who and Where we Support

For more than 4 years we have been saving lives in the UK.

Our objective is –  and always has been – to reduce the number of deaths and raise awareness of the silent killer that is choking.

Our Training Partners

Our Dechoker Device Training course is already available on the training platforms below.

If your’s isn’t listed then get in touch – additional eLearning providers are being added soon.

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  • The Access Group eLFY
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  • Curve Learning

Our Clients

We support a lot of people to prevent the risk of choking death – more than we can list here – and from different sectors. Where there is a high risk of an individual choking, or the arrival of emergency assistance is excessive we can help save lives in a choking emergency.

Keep Up to Date With Our Latest Information

There is always plenty to talk about in the adult care sector – and plenty of places to read it. If you want to see what we have been doing and read about topics that will be of interest to those people looking to reduce the risk of choking, choking death and how to make their setting safer.

Request a call back and talk to one of our experts today.