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Do you know how to help a choking baby?

Research conducted by St John Ambulance in the UK revealed that over 40% of parents have witnessed their own baby choke, and that four fifths didn’t know how to help their child.

But thanks to The Chokeables, the new video released by St John Ambulance, you can learn how to give first aid to a choking baby in just 40 seconds.

Check out the video below, and be sure to SHARE this with family and friends…

For more information on The Chokeables, click here.

  • Fortunately one of our kids if he starts to choke he projectile vomits it up.

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  • Wow. great to have this at hand. I didn’t know this before.

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  • Such a great idea. I have watched this before and shared it on my news feed. And now I am going to do it again!

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  • When I was pregnant I went to a first aid course at St John Ambulance and it was very helpful when my baby chocked and I knew what to do. I really recommend for all parents.

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  • I know they say not to turn kids upside down but thats what I did with all 3 of mine when they were choking. Id turn them upside down and bang on their backs….it always worked for me. Perhaps I was just lucky.

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  • Very important information for every parent. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Very good! This is interesting! Thank you for sharing this!

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  • This is a fantastic and simple way of demonstrating how to save a choking baby.

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  • This video is a memorable way of remembering what to do for choking.
    St Johns and Queensland Ambulance Service both run fantastic first aid courses and refresher courses.


    • yes the courses are easy and the trainers are amazing

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  • I saved my son by doing this,,,, I was so calm that I freak out now when I think back to it.

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  • Great video will show my partner!

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  • Such a scary thing to have happen. Thank you for the info.

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  • Great video.
    I didn’t really know either.

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  • All parents should read/discuss this as it’s scary when it happens.

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  • My daughter was around 11months old when she was chocking on some bread and its scary but I stood her up over my arm and patted on back. She then threw up on floor. So greatful
    It\’s hard not to panic. It\’s great to see this and refresh your memory.

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