Pre-Sim: Sickbay – Medical Evaluation

Posted Oct. 12, 2019, 10:07 p.m. by Ensign Kiama Naim (Scientist) (Silke Fahl)

Posted by Ensign Shon Baht (Medical Officer) in Pre-Sim: Sickbay – Medical Evaluation

Posted by Ensign Kiama Naim (Scientist) in Pre-Sim: Sickbay – Medical Evaluation

Posted by Ensign Shon Baht (Medical Officer) in Pre-Sim: Sickbay – Medical Evaluation


Shon narrowed his eyes at the PaDD on his lap and spoke what he typed. “Nor-mal wear- and- tear-, got it,” Shon sounded out before looking up with a smile. “Alright, a couple more standard questions for you, if you don’t mind! Do you currently take any prescription medications as directed by a medical professional?”

(Ensign Baht, Medical)

Shaking her head, Kiama replied, “Nothing on a daily or even regular basis. Just a low dose of painkillers if needed.” As she said that she moved her right hand subconsciously to her ribs and gently stroked her right side with her thumb.

~Ensign Naim, Scientist

Ensign Baht’s eyes flickered to Kiama’s right ribs, and she could probably sense his shift in attention and mental note to investigate it later. “And we all need that from time to time, that’s for sure. The lighting on this ship is reason enough for me to recommend that you continue that habit - if needed of course.”

It was only when Shon’s eyes flickered towards her rib cage, that Kiama realised that her hand was resting there. Dropping her hand into her lap, she replied, “It’s good to know that it won’t be seen as something negative, if ask you for some pain medication once in a while.” All the while hoping against hope that the doctor wouldn’t insist on having a close look at her rib cage later. Partly because she was embarrassed, and partly because she probably should have seen a doctor earlier, but had brushed it of as something minor.

Shon glanced down at the PaDD again more out of habit than necessity. “What about family history? Any genetic predispositions for concerning medical conditions?”

(Ensign Baht, Medical)

“Nothing life threatening that I would be aware of. I know that on my mother’s side the women in particular have a history of infertility issues. Which is sad, of course, and while it has always been seen as a problem in the family due to politics, it is something I’m personally concerned about. As of right now, I don’t even want to know, to be frank,” she replied with a shrug, while trying not to role her eyes. Politics and all that came with irritated her and were kind of a red flag. “And that’s really the only thing I can think of,” Kiama added after a brief pause.

~Ensign Naim, Scientist

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