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Side Sim: Primary Medical Suite - Two Birds, One Stone.

Posted June 20, 2021, 12:02 a.m. by Commander Brad Walker (Chief Of Staff/Second Officer) (Brandon Irvine)

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Isyme zh’Siaqir (Assistant Chief Medical Officer) in Side Sim: Primary Medical Suite - Two Birds, One Stone.

Posted by Commander Brad Walker (Chief Of Staff/Second Officer) in Side Sim: Primary Medical Suite - Two Birds, One Stone.
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“Well…” Isyme leisurely turned to Walker and propped herself onto the biobed with a slight smile, “I guess it’s time for the adult stuff.”

— Zahir th’Siaqir
— Isyme zh’Siaqir

OOC: Apologies for the length here, just trying to make the transition as smooth as possible. Lol! - Trin

OOC: Perfectly fine with me!

IC: “Seems that way,” Brad said, starting another scan. “Let’s get started with the basics: any recent illnesses or injuries?”

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

“A few mild contusions and the usual hand injuries.” Isyme lifted her hands, exposing some discolouration and tiny, already healing lacerations. “Unpacking,” she explained, “but nothing significant.”

The scans would corroborate her assurance, revealing a generally healthy Andorian. There were indications of past injury to her anterior skull, left ulna and humerus, and right hand. Otherwise, her vital signs were in healthy range — body temp perfectly chilly, pulse oxygen high, HR speedy, and BP somehow low. There were no signs of internal injury.

— Isyme zh’Siaqir, ACMO

Brad tilted is head. “Nervous, Doctor?” he asked. The last two measures were… unusual, to say the least.

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

“More than usual,” Isyme nodded and offered a slight smile. “I assume you’re getting some contradictory readings?”

— Isyme zh’Siaqir, ACMO

“Your heart is beating awfully fast, and yet your blood pressure is rather low,” Brad said. “Is this something that’s normal for you?”

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

“My blood pressure runs low, with occasional bouts of tachycardia,” Isyme assured. “Typically, they’re accompanied by unsteadiness and mild nausea. But they’re slight and usually fade after a few seconds. I’m not experiencing any of those symptoms now.” She assumed it was related to the nerves, but she waited to hear Walker’s thoughts.

— Isyme zh’Siaqir, ACMO

“And this isn’t related to any diagnosed medical condition?” Brad asked, a small frown developing as his eyes narrowed. “How long have you been dealing with this?”

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff

Isyme lowered her gaze, a pensive wrinkle forming between her eyebrows. “No,” she shook her head, “I’ve always low blood pressure, but I first noticed the tachycardia, weakness and nausea about two years ago. The symptoms were mild and mimicked dehydration, but similar episodes were persistent despite fluid and electrolytes.”

— Isyme zh’Siaqir, ACMO

Brad took a moment to scroll through her medical records on the PaDD, and frowned at what he found… or more specifically didn’t find. “And what exactly were you doing at the time?” he asked. “There’s a rather annoying gap in your records for that time on here,” he said, waving the PaDD slightly for emphasis.

Cmdr. Dr. Brad Walker
Chief of Staff


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