Now available, the Lifecast Body Simulation Adult is a highly accurate and lifelike female adult body designed and manufactured in the UK. Based on the scans and Lifecast's of real people, the Lifecast Adult features lifelike fine details such as replication of veins and underlying structures as well as hair and includes an airway and articulated mouth for airway management. Available in wide range of ethnicities and created with some weight and is the height of an average adult, the Lifecast Adult will encourage more natural handling, bringing a new level of realism to medical training.
Step wise airway management - Upper Airway Mouth, Teeth & Jaw, Bag Valve Mask Ventilation, Intubatable, Lower Jaw Manipulation.
Nostrils for Nasopharyngeal Airway
Intraosseous Insertions in Bilateral Humeral Head & Tibia
Needle Decompression Insertion: 2nd Intercostal Space (Front) & 5th Intercostal Space
X1 Bluetooth Speaker Situated in the rear of the Neck (Optional)
Standard Weight 30 kg (Estimated)
Closed Eyelids capable of manual opening
Hair punched Hair plus Body Hair (Genitals)
Ethnicity can be changed to the client’s specific requests (additional costs maybe incurred)
To order the Lifecast Body Simulation Adult please contact us using the button below for a quote.
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