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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #30 on: February 03, 2017, 01:36:18 pm »
"Successful trip?" He asked the doctor, knowing that the doc wasn't in the best of moods- but not caring. He spoke again, now down to business. "The crew member due for his physical left before I got here, other than that it's been quiet down here since you left." he said, before leaving and going back to the far side of the room, sitting down and waiting. Unlike the usual flow of people, or the sudden bursts of people, the bay was empty.

[Sickbay]

"A quiet sssssickbay? That'ssss new," Kintiss observed as he applied an additional cleaning salve to Atwood's injury. Her vitals, as told by the biobed, told him that she was in a stable condition. Something like this was fairly simple to fix up, and he didn't need any help with it. Basic cuts and incisions were the Starfleet doctor's bread and butter, to use a human term.

While it was quiet in sickbay for now, Kintiss knew it wouldn't last. It never did, so he and his team had to make good use of it when they could.

"If it'ssss going to sssstay quiet, I've got a mountain of paperwork to get through. What about you?"

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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #31 on: February 03, 2017, 01:55:08 pm »
[Sickbay]

"A quiet sssssickbay? That'ssss new," Kintiss observed as he applied an additional cleaning salve to Atwood's injury. Her vitals, as told by the biobed, told him that she was in a stable condition. Something like this was fairly simple to fix up, and he didn't need any help with it. Basic cuts and incisions were the Starfleet doctor's bread and butter, to use a human term.

While it was quiet in sickbay for now, Kintiss knew it wouldn't last. It never did, so he and his team had to make good use of it when they could.

"If it'ssss going to sssstay quiet, I've got a mountain of paperwork to get through. What about you?"

[Sickbay]

"Indeed it is." he said, as he walked slowly around the bay, checking on the level of the supplies they had on hand. "As to paperwork, I finished all of it during Gamma shift" he said, which revealed that A) he didn't sleep at all, if the Doctor didn't already know that and B) he was almost always on the clock. "Most of that work there is probably approving the stuff I did a few hours ago. Perks of the job, eh?" he said, a snide and sarcastic tone starting at the end, but it was only a subtone to the bland and trademark uncaring mood he usually had.

"I can help with some of the work if you need, though." he said, offering his services. Two people would make it go faster, but if the CMO wanted to do it and see it all, Klabax wouldn't stop him. Why starfleet required so much work for everything from medical to maintenance was beyond him, but who knew. Maybe that's what the bureaucrats liked.


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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #32 on: February 03, 2017, 05:07:33 pm »
[Bridge]

Something suddenly beeped in her station and, thinking it was a completed scan, almost dropped her mug from the results underside the asteroid. "Those look like... nacelles. And it's periodically exhausting plasma according to the readings. Captain, that asteroid has a pair of nacelles!"

Another beep. This time from the communications station. "Someone's hailing the Discovery, Captain," she said, slowly turning in her seat. "And it's not coming from the planet. It's the asteroid."

Just as the scientists and Kali were doing, Kyan was also scanning the "asteroid" thing, looking for any signs of weaponry or that the thing might hold ill intent. Nothing that his screens were showing him matched any known weaponry configuration.

"Captain I scanned it for weapons but didn't find any. It's got what might be some sort of deflector array thing, but nothing that looks like teeth. I cannot detect any shield system the now but I'll keep up with scanning it."

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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #33 on: February 03, 2017, 07:57:07 pm »
"Indeed it is." he said, as he walked slowly around the bay, checking on the level of the supplies they had on hand. "As to paperwork, I finished all of it during Gamma shift" he said, which revealed that A) he didn't sleep at all, if the Doctor didn't already know that and B) he was almost always on the clock. "Most of that work there is probably approving the stuff I did a few hours ago. Perks of the job, eh?" he said, a snide and sarcastic tone starting at the end, but it was only a subtone to the bland and trademark uncaring mood he usually had.

"I can help with some of the work if you need, though." he said, offering his services. Two people would make it go faster, but if the CMO wanted to do it and see it all, Klabax wouldn't stop him. Why starfleet required so much work for everything from medical to maintenance was beyond him, but who knew. Maybe that's what the bureaucrats liked.

[Sickbay]

"I could alwayssss usssse the help," Kintiss agreed. The crushing bureaucracy of Starfleet medical could bore a man to tears. There were times when, faced with the heavy load of paperwork, he could sympathise with ex-Captain Kirok's subversive crusade. He wasn't exactly surprised to learn Dr. Cottle worked the Gamma shift as well. Given the high demand of sickbay, it was a miracle any one of them could get any sleep.

"I'll transsssfer ssssome of the non-classssified documentsss to your terminal." There were aspects of the paperwork mountain that were purely for his eyes only, but those were just a minor part of the workload. Nothing for anyone else to worry about.

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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #34 on: February 03, 2017, 08:10:27 pm »

[Observation Lounge ---> Bridge]

Jettis had been off duty, and amusing himself with a game of blackjack with a couple other crew members. It definitely hadn't been an easy game - put an El-Aurian, Bajoran, Betazoid, and a Klingon in the same room, and you get a proper 'brains versus brawn' brawl. Metaphorically, of course, but all four of them were equally competitive, and equally as determined to win, and their techniques varied wildly. The only reason they had been pulled apart was they each, one by one, had to go on duty. And Jettis was the last one to do so, as he headed up to the Bridge to take his station.

Stepping out of the turbolift, he was amused, but unsurprised to see something of interest up on the viewscreen. Honestly, when wasn't something interesting happening on the bridge?
Glancing over at the Science station, he noted but Tekin and Kinley fawning over something. Curious, he headed toward them first, although his eyes were drawn back to the asteroid on screen.
"Can I be of any assistance, sir?" He queried. If he preferred Kinley to be on duty, he definitely wouldn't interrupt. It seemed they were already in the middle of something, and he knew how pissed he would be if he was dragged away from his work in the middle of a discovery.

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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #35 on: February 03, 2017, 08:52:26 pm »
[Sickbay]

"I could alwayssss usssse the help," Kintiss agreed. The crushing bureaucracy of Starfleet medical could bore a man to tears. There were times when, faced with the heavy load of paperwork, he could sympathise with ex-Captain Kirok's subversive crusade. He wasn't exactly surprised to learn Dr. Cottle worked the Gamma shift as well. Given the high demand of sickbay, it was a miracle any one of them could get any sleep.

"I'll transsssfer ssssome of the non-classssified documentsss to your terminal." There were aspects of the paperwork mountain that were purely for his eyes only, but those were just a minor part of the workload. Nothing for anyone else to worry about.

[Sickbay]

Klabax stopped walking around the bay and walked over to his workstation, turning it on. "Sure, send them over. If all else fails I can work on them through beta shift." he said, not realizing that he now was working all three shifts in 24 hours. He'd get some leisure in later, and thankfully he didn't need sleep. He saw the documents appear and began working on them, deciding that it would be best if he conversed with the Doctor, at least keeping him awake from boredom, and the fact that most of this paperwork was very easy and repetitive, but long.

"Classified docs?" he wondered aloud, not really understanding why a Starfleet Lieutenant was working on classified docs in the middle of a declassified sickbay. It seemed... odd.


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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #36 on: February 03, 2017, 08:54:19 pm »
[Sickbay]

"I could alwayssss usssse the help," Kintiss agreed. The crushing bureaucracy of Starfleet medical could bore a man to tears. There were times when, faced with the heavy load of paperwork, he could sympathise with ex-Captain Kirok's subversive crusade. He wasn't exactly surprised to learn Dr. Cottle worked the Gamma shift as well. Given the high demand of sickbay, it was a miracle any one of them could get any sleep.

"I'll transsssfer ssssome of the non-classssified documentsss to your terminal." There were aspects of the paperwork mountain that were purely for his eyes only, but those were just a minor part of the workload. Nothing for anyone else to worry about.
[Sickbay]

Klabax stopped walking around the bay and walked over to his workstation, turning it on. "Sure, send them over. If all else fails I can work on them through beta shift." he said, not realizing that he now was working all three shifts in 24 hours. He'd get some leisure in later, and thankfully he didn't need sleep. He saw the documents appear and began working on them, deciding that it would be best if he conversed with the Doctor, at least keeping him awake from boredom, and the fact that most of this paperwork was very easy and repetitive, but long.

"Classified docs?" he wondered aloud, not really understanding why a Starfleet Lieutenant was working on classified docs in the middle of a declassified sickbay. It seemed... odd.

[Sickbay]

Lena came to, not at once however. At first she tried opening both eyes, as the muscles of her right eye pulled open she realized the contraction was causing her head to hurt and snapped them both shut again quickly. With some experimentation she opened her left one without pain, from what she could tell she was in sickbay. On a biobed, to be specific. She could hear voices but couldn't see anybody as she had been lain the other way. With a little more effort she managed to open her right eye.

Confident her head wasn't going to split in half, she grabbed the sides of the bed and pulled herself up slowly. She realized as she sat upwards that the right hand side of her red flight suit was soaked, in what smelled like ion shunt. Lena leaned in closer putting her nose close to the fabric. Yep, ion shunt. Happy her head wasn't serious she then covered the last movement quickly so she was sat upright on the bad.

Of all the decisions she'd made over her lifetime, this was one of the poorer one's. Once sat upwards her head began to spin and the smell of ion shunt overcame her, she then proceeded to lean over the edge of the bed to escape the stink of the ions. Once there she emptied the contents of her stomach all over the floor before collapsing back into the bed.
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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #37 on: February 03, 2017, 10:57:13 pm »
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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #38 on: February 04, 2017, 09:43:59 pm »
Klabax stopped walking around the bay and walked over to his workstation, turning it on. "Sure, send them over. If all else fails I can work on them through beta shift." he said, not realizing that he now was working all three shifts in 24 hours. He'd get some leisure in later, and thankfully he didn't need sleep. He saw the documents appear and began working on them, deciding that it would be best if he conversed with the Doctor, at least keeping him awake from boredom, and the fact that most of this paperwork was very easy and repetitive, but long.

"Classified docs?" he wondered aloud, not really understanding why a Starfleet Lieutenant was working on classified docs in the middle of a declassified sickbay. It seemed... odd.

[Sickbay]

"I know how it ssssoundssss," Kintiss said as he signed off on yet another medical release. "You'll underssstand when you become Chief Med." From his observation of his team, Cottle certainly had the temperament to be the next CMO, plus his lack of sleep meant he could work around the clock. Although, the amount of work a CMO got put through every day had already turned him into something of a grump. If it was given to someone with an already grumpy disposition, it could turn him vicious.

Lena came to, not at once however. At first she tried opening both eyes, as the muscles of her right eye pulled open she realized the contraction was causing her head to hurt and snapped them both shut again quickly. With some experimentation she opened her left one without pain, from what she could tell she was in sickbay. On a biobed, to be specific. She could hear voices but couldn't see anybody as she had been lain the other way. With a little more effort she managed to open her right eye.

Confident her head wasn't going to split in half, she grabbed the sides of the bed and pulled herself up slowly. She realized as she sat upwards that the right hand side of her red flight suit was soaked, in what smelled like ion shunt. Lena leaned in closer putting her nose close to the fabric. Yep, ion shunt. Happy her head wasn't serious she then covered the last movement quickly so she was sat upright on the bad.

Of all the decisions she'd made over her lifetime, this was one of the poorer one's. Once sat upwards her head began to spin and the smell of ion shunt overcame her, she then proceeded to lean over the edge of the bed to escape the stink of the ions. Once there she emptied the contents of her stomach all over the floor before collapsing back into the bed.

Kintiss heard the sound of vomiting and uttered a very loud Selayan swear. That was not good, not at all. Taking great care not to step in the mess, he ran another medical scan and swore yet again. Crewman Atwood, in the interim time between the initial accident and arriving in sickbay, had developed a concussion, which might have been why his previous scan hadn't picked it up.

"Forget the paperwork, Cottle, and prep me a ssssolution of tricaridine, almalexine and paracetamol," he commanded as he pressed a hypospray full of anaesthetic to Atwood's neck.

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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #39 on: February 04, 2017, 10:57:26 pm »
[Sickbay]

"I know how it ssssoundssss," Kintiss said as he signed off on yet another medical release. "You'll underssstand when you become Chief Med." From his observation of his team, Cottle certainly had the temperament to be the next CMO, plus his lack of sleep meant he could work around the clock. Although, the amount of work a CMO got put through every day had already turned him into something of a grump. If it was given to someone with an already grumpy disposition, it could turn him vicious.

Kintiss heard the sound of vomiting and uttered a very loud Selayan swear. That was not good, not at all. Taking great care not to step in the mess, he ran another medical scan and swore yet again. Crewman Atwood, in the interim time between the initial accident and arriving in sickbay, had developed a concussion, which might have been why his previous scan hadn't picked it up.

"Forget the paperwork, Cottle, and prep me a ssssolution of tricaridine, almalexine and paracetamol," he commanded as he pressed a hypospray full of anaesthetic to Atwood's neck.

[Sickbay]

Whatever you say." he said, as he powered through a file or two. "Given my track history I would not place odds on that. What is it now, three or four demotions?" he asked aloud. He'd spent time on quite a few ships, but who knew what the future held. Usually he got in trouble for opening his mouth a bit too far, and... what was the expression... Inserting his leg? Foot? Toe? Who knew.

He heard the wreching behind him and turned to see Atwood empty her gut. He sighed as he spoke. "That's Your patient, Doctor.", he said, getting up and gathering the tools he was told to get. He mixed the medicines and handed it to the Doctor. "Shouldn't we also use some Vertazine for the dizziness?" He asked, prepping one of those hypos without waiting for a response. If the CMO wanted it, he could have it, if not, that was his choice. It was ready regardless.

He didn't feel like dealing with the sick. That was classified under "someone else's problem" at the moment.


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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #40 on: February 04, 2017, 11:05:37 pm »

Kintiss heard the sound of vomiting and uttered a very loud Selayan swear. That was not good, not at all. Taking great care not to step in the mess, he ran another medical scan and swore yet again. Crewman Atwood, in the interim time between the initial accident and arriving in sickbay, had developed a concussion, which might have been why his previous scan hadn't picked it up.

"Forget the paperwork, Cottle, and prep me a ssssolution of tricaridine, almalexine and paracetamol," he commanded as he pressed a hypospray full of anaesthetic to Atwood's neck.
[Sickbay]

Whatever you say." he said, as he powered through a file or two. "Given my track history I would not place odds on that. What is it now, three or four demotions?" he asked aloud. He'd spent time on quite a few ships, but who knew what the future held. Usually he got in trouble for opening his mouth a bit too far, and... what was the expression... Inserting his leg? Foot? Toe? Who knew.

He heard the wreching behind him and turned to see Atwood empty her gut. He sighed as he spoke. "That's Your patient, Doctor.", he said, getting up and gathering the tools he was told to get. He mixed the medicines and handed it to the Doctor. "Shouldn't we also use some Vertazine for the dizziness?" He asked, prepping one of those hypos without waiting for a response. If the CMO wanted it, he could have it, if not, that was his choice. It was ready regardless.

He didn't feel like dealing with the sick. That was classified under "someone else's problem" at the moment.
[Sickbay]

With the anaesthetic the taut muscles of Lena's shoulders relaxed, and the weight of her body came to test fully on the bed. With her stomach now empty she just lay there dry heaving. She then started to shake, now the sterile chill of sickbay had hit her body. Feebly she smiled before making a unhearable statement about ruining the floor.
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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #41 on: February 05, 2017, 02:57:01 am »
[engineering]

D'Vid entered Engineering. He nodded to everyone. As he saw the Chief of Engineering. The Chief  handed the El-Aurian PADD with a work list on the screen. The list was to run a diagnosis on the ship. He nodded his head and went straight to work. His shift was not going to end at least eight hours.
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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #42 on: February 05, 2017, 04:18:31 am »
[Bridge]

This was a hands off thing for her. She sent the completed scans over to the Science station and then finished her coffee waiting for the bio-readings. Hopefully it would tell them whether or not they were sapient enough to form a community or were just micro-organisms still flopping around in a dead world beneath the crust. Though Tekin's enthusiasm was plenty infectious - she was at least glad someone was enjoying this rather bleak mission.

She hoped that everyone remembered that their initial job was to blow the sucker up to avoid hitting the planet. The fact that there was life there further complicated the problem. Kyan can't go trigger-happy on the large asteroid with the Prime Directive nipping at their heels.

Something suddenly beeped in her station and, thinking it was a completed scan, almost dropped her mug from the results underside the asteroid. "Those look like... nacelles. And it's periodically exhausting plasma according to the readings. Captain, that asteroid has a pair of nacelles!"

Another beep. This time from the communications station. "Someone's hailing the Discovery, Captain," she said, slowly turning in her seat. "And it's not coming from the planet. It's the asteroid."

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Kinley turned to Kali with a look of confusion and slight shock. "Did I just hear you say that there's Nacelles in that thing?" turning to her scanners again, sure enough, she saw them, two warp nacelles in an asteroid.   "Correct me if I'm wrong, but those look kind of like they're Federation make. Question is, how the heck did they get in an asteroid?"




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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #43 on: February 05, 2017, 08:17:16 pm »
He heard the wreching behind him and turned to see Atwood empty her gut. He sighed as he spoke. "That's Your patient, Doctor.", he said, getting up and gathering the tools he was told to get. He mixed the medicines and handed it to the Doctor. "Shouldn't we also use some Vertazine for the dizziness?" He asked, prepping one of those hypos without waiting for a response. If the CMO wanted it, he could have it, if not, that was his choice. It was ready regardless.

He didn't feel like dealing with the sick. That was classified under "someone else's problem" at the moment.

[Sickbay]

"The almalexine sssshould counteract thossse particular ssssymptomsss," Kintiss replied as he applied the medicine to the patient. It was a mix of compounds he'd seen when he'd served on board the Meclanti, and only remembered it because the CMO on that ship had said "There, all better" just seconds before the ship was attacked. "That sssshould take care of the worssst of it." If Atwood's condition worsened, he just had to strengthen the dose.

Noting Atwood's discomfort, he grabbed a blanket from underneath the biobed and placed it gently over the crewman. "Try not to move too much, crewman," he said in as reassuring a tone as he could. "You jussst had a concusssion."

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Re: Season 11: Mission 9: The Hidden Truth
« Reply #44 on: February 06, 2017, 12:51:54 pm »
[Sickbay]

"The almalexine sssshould counteract thossse particular ssssymptomsss," Kintiss replied as he applied the medicine to the patient. It was a mix of compounds he'd seen when he'd served on board the Meclanti, and only remembered it because the CMO on that ship had said "There, all better" just seconds before the ship was attacked. "That sssshould take care of the worssst of it." If Atwood's condition worsened, he just had to strengthen the dose.

Noting Atwood's discomfort, he grabbed a blanket from underneath the biobed and placed it gently over the crewman. "Try not to move too much, crewman," he said in as reassuring a tone as he could. "You jussst had a concusssion."

[Sickbay]

At the doctor's decision not to use the medicine, Klabax set the hypo aside. It would be good for a while yet and odds were it would be needed before it expired. He took out a medical tricorder and took a quick scan of the patient, before walking off to one of the wall-sized datascreens and worked on a brain scan to see how bad the concussion was.

"Odd combination of medication, doctor." he said, as he looked at the details of the treatment. "But I guess it's effective nonetheless. What shall we do next?" He said, eyeing the still-sitting spill of sick on the floor. He knew that he wouldn't want to be the one cleaning it up. If all else failed they could always call over a crewman to do it... Crewman hazing was still legal, right?


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