Keep up to date with all of the latest news from Lifecast Body Simulation, including forthcoming new product launches, media comment and exhibition dates and reports.
Join us at DFTB 19 in London
Come and see the latest additions to the LifeCast Body Simulation ALS Babies range at the "Don't Forget The Bubbles" Conference, 17-19 June 2019, London.
Join us at SESAM Glasgow 12-14 June
The team is excited to be exhibiting the latest additions to the LifeCast Body Simulation family at the Society for Simulation in Europe Annual Meeting.
New Bodies and Functionality
Our desire to build new bodies for medical education continues - we recently built the 27 week premature baby and we are now building 2 x Elderly Females
Our models for Lifecasting include a 50 year old lady and an 81 year old.
Lifecast supports BBC TV programme - Allergic to Sunlight
One of our charitable projects this year was to support Alex a chap who is allergic to Sunlight - This involved many of the techniques we use in our manikin making, 3d scanning , Lifecasting and ultimately making a mask.
We try and support good projects, as a core value of the Lifecast team.
New Prem Baby
NEW For Summer 2018
Replicates a 27 Week Premature baby
Approximately 875 grams
NG Tube Insertion
AVAILABLE NOW FOR PRE-ORDER
ALS Baby News
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Continued Expansion overseas
Most recently the Lifecast body simulation teams have been busy appointing distributors for their products throughout the world. We have appointed teams in china and India - both emerging nations in the medical Simulation world.
University of Calagary - Canada Partnership
The team at Lifecast Body Simulation are proud to have their products in use with the University of Calgary in Canada. The team from Calgary visited the Elstree studios in the middle of the winter, and we were delighted to be able to share our vision and approach to medical simulation.
Idea sharing is already well underway.
Lifecast Body Simulation and iSimulate attended this years Retrieval Conference in Glasgow - as always the opportunity to catch up with good friends from the critical care, Retrieval and HEMS community.
Feedback was fantastic and orders have been forthcoming from Helicopter teams in USA
This explains how we comply with the recent GDPR Legislation about use of Personal Data.
We have a duty to explain how data is used, collected and stored.
Lifecast Products on Show at Dutch Resuscitation congress
The team from Lifecast are very grateful to Wim Thies and the team at SECTA medical in Holland for showcasing the Karl and ALS Manikins to the Dutch Resuscitation congress.
Supporting national resuscitation programmes as they transition away from the more traditional manikin based strategies has been an exciting development for the Lifecast team.
We will be showcasing at conferences throughout Europe, USA and Australia.
Indian Sub Continent Baby - On tour in India
Dr Alok Sharma a Consultant Neonatologist from Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust has taken the lifecast body simulation baby on tour throughout the Indian continent.
Dr Alok has been instrumental in our product design and teaching of the Lifecast team.
Lifecast Artists and Star Wars...
OurTeam at Lifecast include a wide variety of Special Effects Gurus who work on major movies such as Star wars and Gladiator.
Most recently the team are using skills and knowledge gained at Lifecast Body Simulation to support their passion for Movies.
Its incredible to have such a team of talented artists.
We use 3D scanners, 3D printing, Mould Making, Eye making, Hair Punching, Seaming, Painting and our team are constantly testing our understanding.
Lifecast Baby heading out to Movie shoot in USA
Lifecast Babies are heading over to the USA to support educational Movies for Paediatric Resuscitation
Made in Elstree film studios - our babies are used to the limelight - having been used in the Crown TV series and other movies, but its great to be supporting such worthwhile ventures.
Ethnicities and Medical Education
The team at Lifecast have been trying to address the inequalities of cultural differences in medical manikins.
We are constantly frustrated by the lack of cultural differences in the medical simulation world.
We now produce Afro Caribbean, Caucasian and Indian Sub Continent manikins.
We have produced Asian Sub Continent and will continue to expand our range of Ethnicities.
Medaphor Project gets National Attention
The project to build a new standard of Point of Care Ultrasound appeared in the Financial section of the Daily Mail...
This project is transforming Point of Care Ultrasound - Great people and great project.
One of the most exciting developments for the Lifecast Body Simulation team has been the development of Point of Care Ultrasound Simulation - (POCUS)
In September 2017 we were approached by Medaphor to build a new type of ultrasound manikin - Bodyworks Eve
New Home for 'Alice'
This month London HEMS took gave a new 'Sim' Home to Alice our Lifecast Female Adult Manikin. The team from London HEMS have the vision to integrate Lifecast Manikins as part of their training and looking to add realism to there simulation.
Invite to attend the MPROvE Conference
Neonatal Transfer teams and Resuscitation
A visit to see the teams at RVI in newcastle - and a chance to showcase Babies, Children and our Adult Manikin.
Feedback was excellent - specifically relating to the technical accuracy - look, feel and Realism of the manikins.
Partnering with Excellence
The team at Lifecast are proud to be working with senior clinicians in the London Helicopter Emergency Medical services - (London Air Ambulance) to design bespoke manikins with which to educate their front line clinical teams.
Feedback on lifecast babies from retrieval teams
We are promoting the babies to Retrieval and Neonatal teams worldwide - with centres in UK, USA, Australia all preferring to use Realistic manikins for their medical education.
We are trying to explore the concepts of Manikins vs Task trainers and Reality, Fidelity and Buy In...
Designing a bespoke Manikin for SMACC
One of the greatest challenges set to the team at Lifecast was to build a manikin specifically for the SMACC (Social Media and Critical Care) team.
The process involved 3d scanning (in Australia), 3D printing in UK, mould making, manikin design, Lifecasting a young lady in the UK, head and core manufacture, Internal anatomy design, external anatomy finishing, hair punching and a whole host of other skills.
"One of the best educational conferences I have attended" was how Dave Halliwell explained his visit to the Lactate Consultants of Great Britain conference.
Dave was there to showcase the lactation education baby with the team from Class Publishing / Jones and Bartlett.
Obs-Gyne and Midwifery Congress 2017 Dubai
Now in it's 9th year, the Congress attracted over 700 healthcare professionals from around the world.
College of Paramedics Conference 2017
Following on from the success of 2016 the Collage of Paramedics 2017 National Conference was attended by over 200 delegates.
Spark of Life Conference Adelaide Australia
The Spark of Life Conference, held in Adelaide, Australia was attended by over 400 healthcare delegates.