MEDICAL REPORT
By Lieutenant Li (MO)

PATIENT: Petty Officer (2nd Class) Pale Coltan

The patient was escorted to sick bay, being reluctant to attend despite orders.

CHIEF COMPLAINT: Extreme fatigue.

HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: The patient is a human female in her late twenties who appeared fine when awoken from low berth 48 hours previously. A few hours before admission she isolated himself in a stateroom and failed to communicate.

PAST MEDICAL HISTORY: Ship data files have been wiped. Patient denies any history of serious illness of medical problems. This is consistent with being assigned frozen watch duty.

ALLERGIES: None.

CURRENT MEDICATIONS: None.

PHYSICAL EXAMINATION: Patient was weak but relatively alert. Had anxiety over being ejected from airlock after what happened with Petty Office Hasaan. Examination revealed no abnormalities.

VITAL SIGNS: Blood pressure 131/76, pulse 50, respirations 16, temperature 96.5.

LAB ANALYSIS: Blood samples revealed nothing abnormal. No radiation detected.

TREATMENT: None.

DISPOSITION: The patient was discharged after she was prescribed “a good night’s sleep”.

FINAL DIAGNOSIS: Normal fatigue following 48 hours continuous activity on top of low berth revival.

OTHER NOTES: None.


 

   
   

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