Lifecast Toddler & Child manikins bring a new level of realism to medical training.

Introducing a step change in realism for the medical training industry, Lifecast Body Simulation has developed a range of highly accurate and lifelike medical training manikins which are transforming the way that healthcare simulation and education are delivered and absorbed.

Created and designed in the UK, individually produced and manufactured in Florida, USA, every manikin demonstrates incredible realism and the very highest quality. Each Lifecast manikin is developed from real lifecast scans and come with a wide array of clinical training features and capabilities designed to enhance your education and training program. Because Lifecast manikins are individually made and not mass produced, they demonstrate fine details and can be tailored to include lifelike features and appearances to maximize your training goals.

The Lifecast Body Simulation Children and Toddler Manikins represent highly accurate child male and female patients. Lifecast Children and Toddlers feature lifelike fine details such as realistic skin, replication of veins and underlying structures, hand-punched hair and precise anatomical mouths and airways enabling ALS airway management.

Available in a wide range of ethnicities and created with the weight and height of an average 3-year-old toddler and 8-year-old child, this will encourage more natural handling and increased engagement amongst learners, bringing a new level of realism to medical training.

TODDLER & CHILD – KEY FEATURES

  • Toddler based on a 3 year old weighing 14Kg approx.
  • Child based on a 8 year old weighing 28Kg approx.
  • Step wise airway management with mouth, open nostrils (Child only), upper airway and lungs enabling bag/valve/mask, oropharyngeal airway, nasopharyngeal airway (Child only), supraglottic airway and ET tube intubation.
  • CPR compatible
  • Needle decompression insertion
  • Hand punched hair
  • Open eyes
  • Carry bag

Options:

  • Intraosseous access
  • Premium padded carry bag with wheels
  • Multiple ethnicity available

Every effort is made to replicate the manikins. However, each manikin is handmade, meaning each one may differ from those shown here.

Lifecast Children Gallery

How Our Customers Feel

“Our 9 Lifecast manikins all represent specific patients to match scenarios in our curriculum – from a 16-year-old with Cystic Fibrosis to a hospice patient with cervical cancer. The Lifecast manikins are so realistic that our learners experience an exceptional level of engagement in the scenarios.”

Jeanne Carey, Director of Simulation

“Our students can’t talk enough about how realistic the 7 Lifecast manikins are and how much they learn with doing hands-on simulations!”

Robin Eckert, Nursing Instructor

“The level of realism the Lifecast manikins provide, naturally lead to students instinctually providing a higher sense of patient respect and sensitivity compared to all other task trainers and patient simulators on the market.”

Katie Branch, Director of Simulation

“Our Practical Nursing students are amazed by our new Lifecast manikins!”

Jennifer Simpson, Nursing Coordinator

“We have an entire family of Lifecast manikins and it has made a massive difference in the quality and realism that our paramedics get to experience in sims. Thank you for making such great products and providing even better customer service!”

Matthew Troutman, Education Coordinator

“We have many Lifecast manikins and an Immersive Interactive room. The feedback we receive from those who have used them, say the realism is like none other and our learners assessments using the Lifecast the manikins have been more detailed then ever before!”

Dion Schultz, Alabama EMS Region One Director

“We have a large family of Lifecast manikins that are a key element in the education we provide our critical care paramedics to enable them to be able to provide the highest level of care to the patients of Ontario. We are huge proponents of these manikins!”

Mike Kennedy, Manager of Clinical Performance and Patient Safety