Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted April 14, 2019, 7:48 p.m. by Lieutenant Ashlynn Summers (Doctor) (Tyra Schroll)

Posted by Commander Heathcliff Rinker (Counselor) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Staff Sergeant Philip Hewson-Williams (Marine/Medical Assistant) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Captain Alexxander Ryley (Chief Medical Officer) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Lieutenant Ashlynn Summers (Doctor) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Lieutenant Ashlynn Summers (Doctor) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Gamemaster Deus Ex Machina (GM) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Staff Sergeant Philip Hewson-Williams (Marine/Medical Assistant) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Commander Heathcliff Rinker (Counselor) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Staff Sergeant Philip Hewson-Williams (Marine/Medical Assistant) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Lieutenant Ashlynn Summers (Doctor) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Staff Sergeant Philip Hewson-Williams (Marine/Medical Assistant) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Gamemaster Deus Ex Machina (GM) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Captain Alexxander Ryley (Chief Medical Officer) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Gamemaster Deus Ex Machina (GM) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Posted by Captain Alexxander Ryley (Chief Medical Officer) in Sickbay - Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Bailey rushed off immediately to do as she was bid, Ryley meanwhile considered the readouts. “I wonder if once we get him on the bypass we would be better to use the transporter to remove the thing then repair the damage.” He said glancing at Ash.

Bailey was back. “OR 1 ready.” She said.

Ryley and Bailey

The stasis field prevented transports within it. So he would have to be out of stasis to attempt it. A removal of such a huge object would cause massive and instantaneous blood loss.

Good news, however they were able to put the young officer on heart and lung bypass therefore negating the need for breathing or a heart beat. Although they hadn’t stopped either yet.

GM

Ryley considered the young officer and seeing that the bypass had indeed taken over adjusted a hypo to chemically stop the mans heart and breathing and allow the machines to do their job properly.

The hypospray had the intended effect and heart and breathing of the subject was reduced to zero. This was a measure that became more dangerous the longer it lasted, of course with modern technology they had days to work before it became an emergency.

Now to remove the offending object. Looking at summers Ryley added. “We should remove it here. Transporting him about isnt going to help matters. Opinions?”

Ryley
MD

GM

After treating his burns patient, Phil was now on hand to assist the Fleet doctors with their task. His own choice of extraction would have been to use the transporter to beam the offending item out using micro-forcefields or sickbay’s holomatrix to simulate that the beam was still in place, but he assumed that the fleet doctors had already considered and disregarded this option.

-Phil

Summers looked at Phil “Your thoughts?” She asked as the bio bed began taking over his vital functions. “Anyway we do this is going to be a mad dash to keep him from bleeding out.” She said as she waited for Phil to throw his two cents worth in. Perhaps the medic had an idea that they had not thus considered yet.

Summers (med)

“Have you considerred using the holomatix to simulate the beam being in place to help slowdown the bleed out?” the marine medic asked, “You can repair the injuries a bit at a time turning off hologram bit by bit.”

-Phil

OOC: Just alerting you all to the fact that if you used holoprojectors, and/or attempted surgery, the stasis field would be deactivated. The way I read this is, turn off status field, beam out cross beam, turn on holo projectors of cross beam, then remove ‘sections’ of holo cross beams to do surgery.

gm

OOC: That’s the way I pictured it too - obviously at this stage it is a discussion of options between characters - It’s down to the lead physician to make the call on the course of action.

-Jim

OOC: Okay, same page, I will advise as more actions take place

GM

Ash looked at Ryley “That is an option.” She said “We will have to drop the stasis field and quickly establish the fake beam. Riley?”

Summers

<bump>

Ryley considered. All in all it was a good idea, either way they couldn’t keep the status field in place indefinitely and anyway they tried to remove it would result in mass bleeding.

“If we drop the status can we rig it so that the beamout and the replacement are instantaneous?” He rubbed his bread and looked at them. “Where’s there a holo expert when you need one.”

Ryley
MD

Phil scanned the intruding object and fed the data into the holomatrix. “A holomatrix is easy if the hologram doesn’t need to look good. We’re only going to be using it for the forcefield,” Phil said. After a few moments he returned from the console.

“OK so, we activate the holomatrix and beam the intruding object out simultaniously,” Phil said, “We’re still going to have to work quick, but at least the odds will be in our favour. “

-Phil

OOC:

The transporter automatically held things in relative position to each other to keep a running person leg from detaching during transport. By this logic, the blood would remain where it was if the whole body was put into the beam and then only the crossbeam was removed. In this way a holographic replacement could be put in… relatively instantaneously for the person involved.

GM

Ashlynn worked quickly to seal the tissue that had been torn by the beam. They would have to work quickly to save the man’s life but if everything worked correctly.

Summers (med)

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