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.
Lifecast Basic Baby
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.
- Without Airway with Movable Mouth
- Standard Weight 2.2 kg
- Closed Eyelids
- No Hair or Hand Punched Hair (Optional)
- Wide Range of Ethnicities Available at an additional cost
SynDaver™ Labs manufactures the world’s most sophisticated synthetic human tissues and body parts. Our SynDaver™ Synthetic Human bleeds, breathes, and employs hundreds of replaceable muscles, bones, organs, and vessels which are made from materials that mimic the mechanical, thermal, and physicochemical properties of live tissue. This validated technology is used to replace live animals, cadavers, and human patients in medical device studies, clinical training, and surgical simulation. Visit SynDaver Labs to learn more.
SynDaver Synthetic Humans and body parts are designed for advanced surgical simulation and poly-trauma team training. Individual tissues have been validated over the last two decades to accurately mimic the mechanical, dielectric and physicochemical properties of the relevant living tissue. The resulting tissues respond to all known imaging techniques and medical devices just as live tissue does
A variety of pathologies and injuries are available - based on patient images, CAD drawings or simple descriptions. Client may also select gender and skin tone.
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