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LifeVac Registers First Successful Rescue

FARMINGDALE, N.Y., June 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ LifeVac, the device designed to save the life of a choking victim, has saved the life of a female nursing home resident in Dyfed, Wales. “We are very happy to learn that LifeVac has successfully saved a person from choking to death,” said founder and President Arthur Lih. The… Read more

LifeVac, Life Saving Device Study Published in American Journal of Emergency Medicine

NEW YORK, March 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The American Journal of Emergency Medicine has published an independent study documenting the effectiveness of LifeVac in removing an obstruction from a blocked airway. “This is a significant moment in our quest to reduce the number of choking deaths each year and validates what we at LifeVac already… Read more

LifeVac Selected by American College of Gastroenterology for Presentation at 2015 Annual Conference

On July 13th 2015, LifeVac was notified of its selection for poster presentation at this year’s ACG 80th Annual conference taking place October 16th through October 21st 2015 at the Hawaii Conference Center in Honolulu, HI. The presentation will be led by Dr. Lisa Brody, MD FACG. “We are very excited to have been selected… Read more

Arthur Lih to deliver keynote presentation on new hope and relief for Multiple Sclerosis patients

Farmingdale, NY Arthur Lih, founder of LifeVac will deliver a presentation on how LifeVac has impacted the neurological community and offers new hope for patients afflicted with conditions that create difficulty swallowing and increase the risk of choking. “I am honored to have been asked to participate in this important event and I am humbled… Read more

A New Innovation to Save Lives and Provide Hope for MSers with Dysphagia

Both my mother and father live with MS in Sarasota, FL.  My mother lives with primary progressive MS and my father was initially diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS which has now progressed to secondary progressive MS .  Despite the variances in their disease-related impairment and progression, they both share difficulties with swallowing, even early on post-diagnosis. … Read more