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Portable Choking Rescue Device™

Portable Choking Rescue Device™

Regular price $29.99 USD
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Protect your child

One child dies every five days from choking. Now they don’t have to. The device has saved hundreds of children and is the best baby gift you can ever give. One kit protects the entire family.

Can you physically save your loved one?

Are you physically capable of using the Heimlich maneuver on your loved one? Are you strong enough? The device can be used on someone disabled, pregnant, or significant in stature.

Use on yourself

Do you live alone? Are your children too young to save you? The device will give you peace of mind knowing that you could save yourself in a choking emergency.


This one kit covers children and adults. Never expires. Free replacement Device when used in a choking emergency! The Device is a non-powered, non-invasive, single-use-only airway clearance device developed for resuscitating a victim with an airway obstruction when current choking protocols have been followed without success. The device has a one-way valve that does not allow any air to enter a choking victim in a downward motion. The device comes fully equipped with an adult mask, a pediatric mask, and a practiced mask. The duration of the suction is minimal which makes the Device safe and effective. The device is easy to use in an obstructed airway emergency.

The device can be used on persons starting at 22 pounds utilizing the pediatric mask.



  • A leading cause of death in children
  • 5,000 deaths yearly
  • One child dies every 5 days from choking
  • Choking leads to 100,000 visits to the ER yearly
  • More people die from aspirating than die in fires, drowning, or accidental shootings
  • Leading cause of accidental deaths in persons over the age of 65


  • 0-4 minutes: Brain damage unlikely
  • 4-6 minutes: Brain damage possible
  • 6-10 minutes: Brain damage probable
  • 10 minutes +: Probably brain death
  • The average emergency response time is 7 to 12 minutes


    • Of all choking deaths in 2000, 41% were caused by food, 59% by nonfood items (balloons, etc)
    • Candy is associated with 19% of ER visits for aspiration emergencies – 65% due to hard candy and 35% gummy bears, chocolate, caramel, etc.
    • Coins were responsible for 18% of ER visits for children aged 1 to 4 years
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