Posted Jan. 24, 2021, 4:54 p.m. by Lieutenant Alexis Bonner (Assistant Chief Medical Officer) (Jennifer Ward)
Posted by GALEN (AI) in Secondary Sickbay - A New Start
Posted by Lieutenant Alexis Bonner (Assistant Chief Medical Officer) in Secondary Sickbay - A New Start
Posted by GALEN (AI) in Secondary Sickbay - A New Start
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Alexis put down water for Frigga and then left for Deck 12. Stepping off the turbolift Alexis made an immediate left and then a right into the secondary sickbay and then to the back starboard side to her office. She set down several PaDDs and keyed in her code to access the computer terminal. “RECOGNIZE LT. BONNER, ALEXIS, ASSITANT CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER. BIOMETRIC AND COMMAND CODES AUTHORIZED.” Transferring the staff list for secondary sickbay to a PaDD Alexis returned to the main medical bay. Down here she was in charge of not only this area but the Triage Deck on Deck 14 and the Medical Module storage that took up all of deck 15. There was the surgical suites, med labs, ICU and SICU, in addition to the General Care Unit. OH! And the physical therapy suite. There was a lot to be checked and pre-prepped for use down here. She would also need to configure a team that would be able to prep and set up the triage unit on deck 14. She would have to see who would best fit that position. For now, she started at the closest bio bed and started running diagnostics and checking the inventory of that bed, and then moving on to the next one, until the rest of the staff arrived.
Lt Bonner, AMO
A small chime like noise sounded from what appeared to be above. =^=Can I offer any assistance Doctor Bonner?=^= GALEN’s voice asked.
Alexis was digging through the storage of the first biobed and huffed in frustration. No blankets, no gowns, but medicines- in easy reach for a patient. She began pulling all the items out and placing them on top of the biobed. Checking the next bed it was similar....”Quarter masters should just leave crates and not unpack.” She stood up and looked around. “Yes GALEN please describe for me the details of the new equipment that wasn’t on the old Ogawa and the upgrades to existing equipment while I untangle the mess that was left in here.”
Lt Bonner, AMO
The computer seemed to think this over a moment.
=^= The USS Ogawa NCC-64284 and refit NCC-64284- A was a McCoy class medical frigate comprising of 10 decks and a crew complement of 40 with visiting personnel reaching 100 and a Maximum Evacuation Limit of 500 souls.=^= again a slight pause.
=^= Comparatively the USS Ogawa you are currently on, NCC 64284-B is a Nightingale Class medical cruiser, comprising of 15 decks and a Crew of 450, visiting personnel reaching 200 And a Maximum Evacuation Limit of 6000 souls.=^=
Alexis nodded, “That’s a much better number. No point in having a ‘hospital’ ship that barely has the capacity of a typical sickbay.” She was moving on to the next bed and removing items and placing them on top.
=^= The Nightingale class sports two main Medical Suites rather than the standard ship sickbay facilities. We are currently situated within the secondary medical suite. Upgrade and differences from the standard McCoy class to this area is the floor space and colour decore of the walls outside of the Starfleet issue blue and grey combination. This was thought to give the patients a more soothing experience while in the secondary suite. As in all medical class ships, all health-care facilities use independent environmental systems to eliminate the risk of ship-wide contamination. This suite has a total patient capacity of 100 beds. houses the Assistant Medical Officer’s Office and provides a smaller General Care area, additional dedicated emergency surgical suites, an adjacent surgical care ICU, along with a general ICU area. Finally, the Secondary Suite has a physical therapy section complete with gym and therapeutic baths. =^=
“GALEN? How is the gym and therapeutic baths different from the crew gym and swim spas? And is there a protocol for keeping wayward people out of there. I don’t want random crew going in to use it just because the main gym is ‘too crowded.’ I don’t want the PT equipment meddled with those not authorized to use it.”
=^=The biobed you are currently working on as the others in this area is equipped with biosensor displays, which are mounted at the head of each unit and include an extending arm panel to cover the patient’s midriff and containing high-resolution medical scanners and can provide detailed diagnostic information. Each biobed also reclines for ease of access and comfort for the patient. The biobeds’ built-in sensors feed directly into the main medical computer system, Me, and can be displayed on the above monitoring screens. Your own duty PaDDs also provide a continuous readout of all patients in the suite and give you access to their vitals anywhere within the suite. Our Intensive Care biobeds are rigged for continuous 3-dimensional scanning and monitoring of the patient. It includes a computer link-up to an alarm system programmed to react and respond to the patient’s life-signs with adjustable acceptable parameters. An unstable reading or life sign will result in a “Code Blue” alarm and engage code blue protocols. At this time the computer will auto engage digital resuscitation and life support until a medical officer is present. If one does not respond within an acceptable time frame, normally 2/3 minutes the EMH programme will respond. It also includes one replicator, additional life support hardware for each bed and back-up battery power. Our EMH programme is a short term Mark III (EMH) programmed to serve in the secondary medical suite. It has two serving interfaces, standard and custom, you may select an interface for the programme at your earliest convenience Doctor Bonner.=^= he paused then.
“Oh no. No no no. That won’t do. Two to three minutes? There is no set time limit but a range? No that does not work for me GALEN. And two minutes is just too long. Can we change that? I would prefer 45 seconds. 45 seconds can be an entire life time for a patient at a code blue status. No, I’m sorry 2 to 3 minutes is simply too long to wait to activate the EMH.” Alexis had very formed opinions about how things like medical emergencies should work. “And let’s pull up both the EMH interfaces and configure them now. No time like the present.”
=^= The holo medical crew is programmed with all current medical knowledge and the ability to adapt to situations as required. Additionally, they can take on any medical role as required by the ship/facility. The Medlabs include one replicator, material diagnostics stations, a centrifuge, gene analysis terminal, stasis field drawers for storage of biological samples. The systems and equipment are top of the range and the set tricorders are mark 18 variants programmed for more sophisticated readouts than their previous counterparts. And of course, there is also me, the interface system for the Nightingale is a customised specific AI System, GALEN. I am designed to monitor the status of all medical systems and patients onboard. I can also provide faster branch prediction and analysis for medical and scientific operations and contains vast databases of medical knowledge for hundreds of species. I am a learning AI which means I will adapt to each user to allow for automatic user experience customisation, including automated scheduling updates, workflow design, crew collaboration planning, patient care coordination, specified alert scheduling and automation, and personal environmental setups, including temperature, gravity level, and ambient sound. In addition, all medical and mental health areas have the ability to use patient tracking wristbands. These are located in store 6,8,10 and 15 and are are linked to my interface. This allows medical and mental health staff to locate patients who are not crewmembers (and therefore not necessarily in the ship’s record), as well as their vitals so that a quick response can be ensured in the event of an emergency. Would you like to hear more about the triage deck or the surgical suites?=^=
OOC: I don’t know why but I’m now assuming GALEN sounds like Baymax, https://youtu.be/3088dAYf6uA thoughts?
At the mention of the bracelets, Alexis popped up from where she was working, “Really? Well I do like the sound of that upgrade. Almost like a medical/patient only combadge. Do they work with psychiatry as well? I’m sure they would love to have some of those.” She looked around the room. “GALEN pull up the whole holographic medical crew. If they should ever have to replace the actual medical crew, I want to be familiar with them.” She then began to sort all the things she’d pulled out. Blankets, tricorders, scanners, medical gowns, a little of each went at each bed and was put away. Medicines were moved the the locked storage cabinet at the front of the room. Really who thought it would be a good idea to leave medicines where patients could access them? “GALEN is there a designated medical staff locker area? I’d like the staff here to have a place to put their lab coats, personal medical equipment, etc.” She had her own tricorder, it was set to her preference for display and lighting and how she thought and wanted information. Most medical staff did, and she wanted them to have a place to put those things that they used every shift but wouldn’t be disturbed by the other staff.
Lt. Bonner, AMO
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