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// For those of you who may be interested in making incident reports whatsoever, use the code below, fill in the information, and post your report on the thread.This thread is entirely IC, any OOC posts will be deleted.

 


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Patient Name:
Patient Sex:
Primary Care Physician and/or Medic:
Patient Injuries:
Patient Vitals: (IE: Strong/Weak)
Treatment / Care Provided:
Time of Treatment:
Current Patient Status:
Drugs Administered:
Overview of Situation:
Additional Notes:
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Patient Name: Apukohai Tyberos

 

Patient Sex: Male

 

Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: Spc. Daniel Dumont

 

Patient Injuries: > Patient is showing signs of Paranormal Symptoms following initial treatment for psychosomatic-suspicions.

> As such, the patient frequently suffers from insomnia and stress-related (as well as Psychic Related) nose-bleeds and episodes, of which include... an immense amount of pain, night terrors and loss of consciousness.

> The patient also has splinted-limbs as a result of following unconscious prior to being moved into the Medical Bay.

 

Patient Vitals: Strong.

 

Treatment / Care Provided: > Patient is confined to the Medical-Bay and is under continuous Medical Supervision.

> The Patient is to be continuously resting and in an environment that is stress-free and safe.

> The patient is to have minimal interaction and is to not be touched with a bare-hand.

 

Time of Treatment: 19:01PM 12/08/98

 

Current Patient Status: Patient is conscious following an 'episode.' He is confined to his room and bed unless under Medical Supervision.

 

Drugs Administered: No drugs have been administered from myself.

 

Overview of Situation: The patient is to be confined to the Medical-Bay and under frequent Medical Supervision.

> They are to be in a constant stress-free environment and always comfortable.

> They are currently awaiting Psychic Evaluation. As such, visits are limited. Do not touch with bare-hand.

 

Additional Notes: UNABLE TO DEPLOY INDEFINABLY UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE. CONFINED TO LIGHT-DUTIES INDEFINITELY UNLESS STATED OTHERWISE. AWAITING PSYCHIC EVALUATION.

Patient is free.

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Patient Name: Matt Thompson

 

Patient Sex: Male

 

Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: Spc. Daniel Dumont

 

Patient Injuries: Bug Talon, left-thigh

 

Patient Vitals: Strong

 

Treatment / Care Provided: Removed Talon, moved to tank...

 

Time of Treatment: 13/08/98

 

Current Patient Status: Following the removal of the talon, the patient is within the tank...

 

Drugs Administered: Pain-killers (prior to Operation), Sedation-medication...

 

Overview of Situation: Patient is to be within the tank for (OOC: 24 hours) until patient has fully recovered.

 

Additional Notes: None.

 

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Patient Name: Troy Hughes

 

Patient Sex: Male

 

Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: Spc. Daniel Dumont

 

Patient Injuries: Concussion

 

Patient Vitals: Strong

 

Treatment / Care Provided: CT-Scan, Medical Bay Supervision

 

Time of Treatment: 14/08/98

 

Current Patient Status: Resting and recovering

 

Drugs Administered: None.

 

Overview of Situation: Troy Hughes suffered a concussion. He was given a CT-Scan, of which showed nothing -- He has been administered to rest under Medical Supervision.

 

Additional Notes: (OOC: TK ends 14/08/18 during the afternoon)

 

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Patient Name: John Teach

 

Patient Sex: Male

 

Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: Spc. Daniel Dumont

 

Patient Injuries: Gun-shot wound to knee

 

Patient Vitals: Non-exsistant

 

Treatment / Care Provided: None...

 

Time of Treatment: 18/08/98

 

Current Patient Status: Cremated 

 

Drugs Administered: None.

 

Overview of Situation: John Teach was to under-go a surgical Operation after receiving a gunshot wound to the knee-cap during his arrest. On his way to the Medical Bay from the Brig, John Teach had injected a hidden pill of cyanide, of which led to his death.

 

Additional Notes: Body has been cremated.

 

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Patient Name: Troy Hughes

Patient Sex: Male

Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: MSpc. Lisa Bennet on field, MSpc. Lisa Bennet and TSgt. Charles Scott in surgery

 Patient Injuries: Punctured right lung through and through, bullet through right shoulder knicking collar bone and cutting artery

 Patient Vitals: Moderate

  Treatment / Care Provided: On field clamp of the artery, chest seals applied with one-way chest valve, chest decomp applied, HEXTEND and ketamine administered.

On ship, surgery to fix lung and artery.

 Time of Treatment: ~2 minutes after injury.

 Current Patient Status: Stable, in recovery

Drugs Administered: Ketamine

Overview of Situation: Recovery time expected: 1 week (2 days OOC)

 Additional Notes:

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Patient Name:Private First Class Bernhard Franke
Patient Sex: Male
Primary Care Physician and/or Medic:  Second Specialist Thacker, Annabelle
Patient Injuries: Broken Nose, Abrasions and lacerations to the face. Concussion, Dislocated right shoulder, Broken left Forearm. Collapsed lung.
Patient Vitals: (IE: Strong/Weak)
Treatment / Care Provided: I put his neck in a c-collar and got him on a backboard and secured his body and head before putting him on a stretcher. With the assistance of Lance Corporal Dutchess I got him to the medical bay. I set him up on a IV of saline spiked with ketamine. I stripped him of his clothes and put him in a gown and hooked him up to a Cardiac monitor and oxygen before I took him for scans. I then brought him back in once I knew his neck and spine were not damaged and stitched up his lacerations fixed his nose and shoulder and put his arm in a bio-gel cast.
Time of Treatment: 1:00Pm Starting time. 1:30 PM ending time, Standard Terran Time.
Current Patient Status: Alive,
Drugs Administered: Ketamine.
Overview of Situation: Stable, In Recovery.
Additional Notes: He is to be in a Low-Noise Low-Light area.

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Patient Name: Specialist Paul N. Fergusson
Patient Sex: Male
Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: Second Specialist Thacker, Annabelle.
Patient Injuries: Impalement via talons to the arm and to the leg which turned into deep lacerations
Patient Vitals: Strong at first until the end where they were very weak,(IE: Strong/Weak)
Treatment / Care Provided: I tourniquet ed both limbs and packed them with celox gauze before I packed them with normal gauze. I wrapped them up and tied them with Israeli bandages. I also gave him a shot of Ketamine. I had to hook him up to oxygen and a IV of saline when he flat lined. I gave him a shot of adrenline and tried to give his heart a jump start before I started chest compressions. I used a AED twice before trying another shot of adrenaline. I rushed him to the MEDEVAC boat where the PJs began working on him.
Time of Treatment: Aprox. 11:00 PM Terran Time.
Current Patient Status: Dead; KIA
Drugs Administered: Ketamine, 2x Adrenaline
Overview of Situation: He pulled the talons out when he exited his suit
Additional Notes: We need to run a course for this to make sure people do not pull out talons.
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Patient Name: Cyril Layland

Patient Sex: Male

Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: MSpc. Alicia White

Patient Injuries: Stab-wound to the hand.

Patient Vitals: (IE: Strong/Weak) Strong.

Treatment / Care Provided: Administered to tank.

Time of Treatment: Current Patient Status: In tank, alive (Recovering).

Drugs Administered: N/A Overview of Situation: N/A

Additional Notes: N/A

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Patient Name: 2Spc. Arvi Kluessjen
Patient Sex: Male
Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: MSpc. Dorian Elswood
Patient Injuries: Open compound fracture [R. Femur]; open compound fracture [L. Femur]; open compound fracture [R. Tibia]; open compound fracture [L. Fibula]; closed compound fracture [R. Fibula]; severed primary blood vessel [L. Thigh]; severed primary blood vessel [R. Thigh]
Patient Vitals: Rapid heart rate, low BP
Treatment / Care Provided: Both legs were wrapped in a tourniquet above severed blood vessels. Bones piercing skin were secured in place with dressings and elastic. Hextend administered by IV. Both legs splinted to keep from incurring further damage by movement. Open bleeds were wrapped in occlusive dressing.
Time of Treatment: Aprox. 11:30 PM Terran Time.
Current Patient Status: Stable; recovering from surgical reconstruction of bones
Drugs Administered: Levaquin, mobic
Overview of Situation: Progenitor Baron grappling patient was gunned down and collapsed on top of the patient's legs.
Additional Notes: shipboard surgery performed by auxiliary staff as primary medical staff were otherwise engaged with treatment of evacuees.

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Patient Sex: Male

Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: MSpc. Dorian Elswood

Patient Injuries: Shrapnel puncture [Face; R. Cheek], Shattered Tooth [R. Lower Molar], Severed Blood Vessel [Arterial]

Patient Vitals: Strong; BP stable after hemostatic clamp of severed blood vessel

Treatment / Care Provided: Severed blood vessel clamped shut; hemostatic gauze packed around shrapnel lodged in cheek and into socket of broken tooth; gauze and medical adhesive used to secure shrapnel in place; covered exterior of cheek in gauze dressing; had patient stuff gauze into mouth on wound-side; administered pain management and antiobiotics

Time of Treatment: 2215 Terran Standard Time

Current Patient Status: Recovering in medbay after shrapnel extraction, sutures, and removal of broken tooth remains.

Drugs Administered: Mobic, Lavequin

Overview of Situation: Separatist grenade detonated beside Klauster who was breaching a room.

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Patient Name: Megan D Quinn


Patient Sex: Female


Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: MSpc. Alicia H White


Patient Injuries: Gunshot to right thigh. [No major vains or arteries severed. No fractures]


Patient Vitals: Moderate 


Treatment / Care Provided: Minor blood vessels connected and site sanitized and sutured shut. Bio-gel applied and wrapped in gauze. [Was removed before being placed in bio-tank]


Time of Treatment: 18:45 Terra Time


Current Patient Status: Recovering in medbay after removal of bullet, placed in Bio-tank.


Drugs Administered: Morphine, Levaquin 


Overview of Situation: Patient was stepping onto dropship before she was hit with a bullet to the thigh just as she stepped on.
 

Additional Notes: Tylenol might be given to patient after leaving Bio-Tank.
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Patient Name: Izla Sinthachai


Patient Sex: Male


Primary Care Physician and/or Medic: MSpc. Lisa Bennet


Patient Injuries: .50 Cal shot to the abdomen and left shoulder, metal piece rammed into abdomen


Patient Vitals: Moderate, declining


Treatment / Care Provided: Surgery to remove fragments and metal piece, metal stint applied to left collar bone. Fragments around heart were not able to be removed.


Time of Treatment: 18:00 Terra Time


Current Patient Status: Admitted to Room B, with declining health due to lead poisoning from remaining fragments. Expected to survive 36-48 hours before heart will give out due to lead poisoning.


Drugs Administered: Morphine, iron, calcium and zinc supplements, chelation therapy.


Overview of Situation: Patient was attacked by an enemy marauder and shot point blank with two .50 Cal rounds and jabbed in the abdomen with a metal piece. Patient is extremely unlikely to survive beyond three Terran days. Living family has been notified.
 

Additional Notes: Patient's heart is expected to succumb to chronic lead poisoning around 36-48 hours after writing this report.
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