LifeVac Europe ltd    |    Available now in Europe, Middle East and Africa


LifeVac is designed with a patented one way valve system, this means when applied no air can be forced through the interchangeable mask’s. This creates a one-way suction to safely and effectively remove the lodged food or object.

Orientation Video


Please watch and see how LifeVac works

In the news

"Having beyond peace of mind." Julie Sullivan, Girls Inc., COO"

"Why this little invention could be in every school nationwide!"






• Approximately 900 people die a year from choking in the UK – St John Ambulance
• 2500 people die from asphyxiated airways in the UK – St John Ambulance
• The UK currently has an 8 minute target time for an ambulance to reach an incident
• 4-6 minutes of oxygen starvation brain damage is possible
• 6-10 minutes of oxygen starvation brain damage is probable
• 10+ minutes of oxygen starvation the victim is likely to die
• Many people in the UK cannot receive conventional treatment for choking due to pregnancy, disability, age or obesity

People who suffer from disabilities are at high risk from choking

• People that suffer from Neurological Diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, ALS and Alzheimer’s disease are all susceptible to developing dysphagia
• There are around 127,000 people in the UK who suffer from Parkinson’s Disease
• Around 8000 people suffer with Huntington’s Disease
• There are approximately 100,000 sufferers of Multiple Sclerosis in the UK, with 30-40 percent of those people developing serious problems with dysphagia
• About 100,000 people who suffer with Cerebral Palsy
• 5000 ALS sufferers in the UK
• There is an estimated 820,000 people who suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease in the UK

All of these people could be helped with the use of the LifeVac unit.

LifeVac setup kit

LifeVac Can Save the Life of Someone Choking

The LifeVac is a non-powered single patient portable suction apparatus developed for resuscitating a choking victim when standard BLS protocol has been followed without success.

The negative pressure generated by the force of the suction creates over 329 mm Hg which is 3 times greater than the highest recorded cough.  The duration of suction is minimal so LifeVac is safe and effective.

LifeVac should only be used in the following situations:

• By registered healthcare professionals or individuals with ALS training if current recognised basic life support protocols have failed; or

• In situations where emergency services are unable to respond, for example on aeroplanes or ships, only if currently recognised basic life support protocols have failed; or

• On individuals in moulded wheelchairs, only if currently recognised basic life support protocols have failed.




LifeVac was featured on SiriusXM Radio Show with Dr Ira Breite