MEDICAL REPORT; PATIENT CEREZA ‘CHERRY’ SNAP 15 NOVEMBER 2005 / 12:30 PM / NORTH BUILDING MEDICAL WARD ATTENDING PHYSICIAN; BLEU LAGOON Attending nurse: Evening Light AILMENTS Last Meeting Follow-up 1. Early-onset arthritis from long hours holding firearms has been under control with stretches and OTC painkillers as needed. New Business ● Patient sustained a bite wound in the upper right arm during the early hours of November 14th, sometime around 7:00AM, while heading to work. Bite was delivered by an alien, tentatively classified currently as a Black Oak. Patient did not receive medical care in a timely fashion after sustaining the injury, opting instead to administer self-care while Towers fucked off and didn’t do his job. ● Bite wound shows signs of significant infection already and may permanently impact motor function in the limb, even after treatment. NOTES ● Considering knowledge about Black Arms is limited, treatment options are similarly sparse. The best that can be done is to treat the infection with weapons-grade high-dose IV antibiotics over a course of several weeks and hope she keeps the arm. A series of drains may also be performed, based on word from other medical practitioners dealing with similar cases as they come in. ● When asked why she did not seek medical help immediately, the patient replied ‘I had more important things to do.’ Marked stubbornness is not a symptom, simply a norm for this patient. Attending personnel expressed relief that said patient felt well enough to be boar-headed. ACTION ITEMS 1. Medical advice is that the patient is unfit to return to duty now, and may have to go on full disability based on wound progression. In the best case scenario, it is recommended the patient retire effective immediately regardless to avoid exacerbating the injury any further. NEXT WEEK’S AGENDA Convince the patient that retiring is the practical thing to do.