It’s quite surprising how many people don’t know the Heimlich maneuver. Rather than taking five minutes to look up a simple tutorial on YouTube, most folks would rather live in ignorance until one of their friends or family starts choking on a piece of food or worse… something which isn’t food. By then, it’s usually too late.
But this topic is getting a bit too dark. Let’s switch gears. In this age where just about anything that can be made will be made, it was only a mat
The lifewand is designed by medical engineers to remove any obstruction in a child’s throat; be it food, plastic, or a tiny LEGO block. To get it to work, all you have to do is place the device over the child’s nose and mouth like a baby Xenomorph from Alien. Once the lifewand covers a face, it activates a pressure-sensitive vacuum which sucks out whatever may be obstructing the person’s throat.
While the lifewand was made primarily for children, there are variants for different age groups. There’s a small mask for kids aged 1-6 years old, a medium mask for those between 6-13, and a large mask for those 14 years old and up.
Lifewand was designed to be portable and easy to hang on a wall, so even if your kids aren’t around, you could potentially save the life of one of your house guests by placing the device over their face. Sure, they might find it a bit weird at first, but they’ll be thanking you later once their windpipe is unobstructed and they’re still drawing breath.