Now available to order, the Lifecast Body Simulation Toddler / Child is a highly accurate and lifelike young child's body designed and manufactured in the UK. Based on the scans and Lifecast of real children, the Lifecast Toddler / Child features lifelike fine details such as veins and underlying structures as well as hair. Lifecast Toddler / Child comes with an airway and articulated mouth for airway management. Available in wide range of ethnicities and created to the weight and height of an average young Toddler / Child, the Lifecast Toddler/Child will encourage more natural handling, bringing a new level of realism to medical training.
To express your interest in the Lifecast Body Simulation Toddler/Child please Contact Us using the button below to receive your quote.
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.