New Born Baby - Caucasian
Introducing the Lifecast Body Simulation New Born Baby. A highly accurate and lifelike new born designed and manufactured in the UK. Based on the scan of a real infant, the New Born Baby features life like fine details such as veins and underlying structures as well as optional hair. An umbilical cord can be requested and New Born Baby is available in wide range of ethnicities. Created to an average new born weight and size, the New Born Baby encourages more natural handling, bringing a new level of realism to medical training. We believe in building tools that create emotional attachment and engagement.
Step wise airway management - Upper Airway Mouth, Bag Valve Mask Ventilation, Supraglottic Insertion, Intubatable
Intraosseous Insertions in Tibia (Optional Extra)
Standard Weight 2.2Kg
No Hair or Hand Punched Hair (Optional Extra)
Wide Range of Ethnicities Available
To find out more about the Lifecast Body Simulation New Born Baby please Contact Us using the button below.
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.
Syndaver CopyCat Launched in Atlanta at National Science Teachers Association
The latest Animal to be built by the team at Syndaver / Lifecast is the Cat!
Here at Syndaver we are opposed to uneccesary experimentation on animals for the sake of education. Modern polymers developed by Dr Chris Sakezles are used to create tissues that can exactly replicate those of Human, Dog, and now Cat.