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OOC: Casualties. You folks took three hits that penetrated the shields. I'd say there were about a half-dozen injuries severe enough to take to sickbay for treatment, and about a dozen-to-15 more minor bumps and bruises/stuns that were treated on site, if at all.J, please give me two Medicine rolls at +10, two at +7 and two and Casey's skill bonus of +7. (The first two rolls represent Dr. Gordon, the next two represent the other physician, and the last two are Casey's. These represent aftercare at TN10.)Regula I. Upon arrival in-system, it was clear there was no trace of space station Regula I; the report from Adm. Kirk on the Mutara Nebula incident indicates that the space station was apparently absorbed by the Genesis effect and likely resequenced to form either part of the star or planet, or both. The nature of the Genesis effect means there's no debris to find.Study. The ship must stay within 1LY of the star to enjoy the full point-blank bonus (+6) for high res sensor tests; 2LY is the edge of short range (+5 bonus for high res). Medium Range (+4) is 3LY, Long Range (+3) is 5LY and Extreme Range (+2) is 6LY.Shockwaves start to dissipate after 1LY, causing reduced damage within 3LY and be reduced to an inconvenience (like the Genesis Planet shockwave, but stronger) outside that range.
Harry, you humans have a saying: 'Let's get out of Dodge.' Engage, warp seven."
OOC: Remember, the Enterprise reached the nebula in a relatively short time at impulse. Regula I was definitely close enough to be within the blast radius. Also remember, the Regula planetoid became the Genesis planet, so (at least by my logic) the space station was absorbed by the effect to form part of the material components of the new world and star (that whole conservation of energy thing). Thirdly, the Genesis effect consumed an entire nebula to create this star and world; the space station didn't stand a chance.Keeping an eye on the Klingons. You folks can do that, but remember the Gull cloaked before departing, so they'll be relatively difficult to find.Medical. All successful rolls. The patients will all heal well.
Study. The ship must stay within 1LY of the star to enjoy the full point-blank bonus (+6) for high res sensor tests; 2LY is the edge of short range (+5 bonus for high res). Medium Range (+4) is 3LY, Long Range (+3) is 5LY and Extreme Range (+2) is 6LY.Shockwaves start to dissipate after 1LY, causing reduced damage within 3LY and be reduced to an inconvenience (like the Genesis Planet shockwave, but stronger) outside that range.
Keeping an eye on the Klingons. You folks can do that, but remember the Gull cloaked before departing, so they'll be relatively difficult to find.
If we can keep track of the Klingons, it'd be something I would advocate. Shoot, with Patrick's last role, which was epic by the way, I am sure we can do it.
Supplemental Medical Log OOC:the main medical log is written by the Doctors (and there is no record of there being nurses logs) <insert stardate here>:Captain Bong’s condition has stabilized, yet continued care is required to contribute to the recovery of the patient.The patient is at risk of developing a pressure ulcer due to his impaired movement; care providers should turn the patient periodically, at least once every two hours.The patient has the potential for decreased endurance due to decreased cardiac output related to the myocardial infraction; the patient should be referred to a physical therapist, and a physical therapy plan should be developed for the patient.The patient has been experiencing a decrease in activity level related to the patient’s present physical condition; a soon as physically possible caregivers should encourage the patient in his recovery and provide motivation for the patient to adhere to the physical therapy plan.The patient is dependent on staff for activities, cognitive stimulation, social interaction due to the patient’s present physical condition; caregivers should provide the patient with means to independently access those things that the patient has interest in.The patient has difficulty maintaining adequately open airways due to the patient’s occasional loss of consciousness; patient should be closely monitored, and artificial airway, respirator, and oxygen should be made readily available.The patient is experiencing disruption in their usual sleep pattern due to the continuously active nature of sickbay; caregivers should be mindful of the patient and attempt to keep noise to a minimum, alternatively approval could be provided to allow the patient to be cared for in his stateroom.The patient has a risk of falls related to the height of the biobed; caregivers when not providing care should lower the bed as much as possible, and suggest installing raise-able railings to stop the patient from accidently rolling off.The patient has impaired expressive or receptive communication related to the patient’s medical condition as evidence by the patient’s present inability to speak; caregivers should provide the patience with alternative means which to communicate.The patient has the inability to maintain appearance at satisfactory level due to impaired mobility; caregivers should assist the patient with personal care needs.The patient has a lack of contact with family due to family not being aboard ship; caregivers should recommend to the patient to contact his family and remain in communication with them.The patient has limited physical mobility secondary to the patient’s present medical condition; the patient’s living conditions should be adjusted to meet the patient’s physical abilities, and continually updated with progression through the physical therapy plan.The patient has periods of lethargy as evidenced by increased frequency and length of sleep; caregivers should attempt to provide motivation for the patient to improve his physical, emotional, and mental condition.The patient has the potential for incontinent episodes secondary to immobility and communication; caregivers should closely monitor the patient, and assist the patient with reaching facilities to facilitate bowel movements and urination.The patient may need pain monitoring and management related to the patients past amputation and use of artificial limb; caregivers should gain the trust of the patient to learn if the patient has been experiencing pain relating to the patients amputated limb, and provide medication and/or mental training as necessary to manage pain.
Supplemental Medical Log <insert later stardate here>:The patient continues to improve in his medical condition, however new care related issues have arisen due to the patients increased abilities.The patient has strong identification with past roles, sad feelings over loss of roles, and perceives facility daily routine different from prior pattern in the community as evidenced by the manor which he attempts to interact with medical staff; the patient needs to be educated as to the reasons why he has lost his position, and be assisted in coping with his perceived loss; caregivers should continue to adhere to provide proper customs and courtesies related to the patients rank.The patient has the potential for adjustment reaction related to future admission to a long term care facility; caregivers should educate the patient to the benefits of transfer to a long term care facility and the benefits it has to their physical recovery.