‘Live Autopsy’ demo at West Lancs College
A DEVICE featured on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den programme, which aims to help students and healthcare professionals working in the field of human anatomy, has been on show during West Lancashire College’s Open Events.
The ITAE Group brought their new semi-synthetic cadaver, VIVIT, and Operating Theatre Live demonstration to the Skelmersdale college.
Samuel Piri, the man behind VIVIT and chief executive of the ITAE Group, is an acclaimed human anatomist
. He is responsible for creating the life-like cadaver to provide a live human body dissection.
The ITAE Group claims to provide the world’s only travelling live post mortem experience.
Visitors to the college’s Open Event on Monday, October 29 could see Operating Theatre Live.
And Vivit Live Autopsy will be at the college on Wednesday, November 14, from 5 to 8pm.