Comic 92 - Fix Dr. Finch

Posted on 27th Jul 2017, 6:44 PM in The Hospital
Fix Dr. Finch

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Morgenstern 27th Jul 2017, 6:44 PM edit delete
While Michelle takes Dr. Finch into the operating room, you head toward the equipment closet at the end of the hall. Along the way, you shove a scalpel (or two... or three) into the giant eye on the wall.

Y'know. For safety.

And not entirely out of spite.

You also fish through the pockets of the other bodies you couldn't reach last time, such as the guy at the end of the hall, and the gentleman hanging from the ceiling. You find some more money, a cell phone (not locked this time), and a few miscellaneous items (like membership cards for specific stores, or drivers' licenses that could not feasibly pass as yours).

You completely loot the equipment closet, grabbing all the supplies you think you'll need... at least, among what's here. You make your way back to the operating room.

You begin to work on Dr. Finch.

The work is difficult, as you suspected. Without the med dispenser available, you can't give him a proper amount of anesthesia; the best you can do is a handful of painkillers. Most of the equipment you should use for something like this runs off the OS, which kind of wants to kill you. Blood and tissue to replace what he's lost is normally generated by the bio printer--and obviously, that's a no go.

So you do what you can. Dr. Finch, when he's not screaming in pain, helps coach you a little.

You come to a dilemma, however.

Dr. Finch has lost a great deal of blood. You test him... and Michelle. Their blood types are incompatible. If you give Finch a transfusion from Michelle, it could cause a hemolytic reaction.

You don't know what your blood type is. It registers an error when you attempt to test it. Should you risk the incompatibility issues with Michelle's blood? Or should you see what happens with your own blood?


Bondage-Spider 27th Jul 2017, 7:03 PM edit delete reply
Your blood can bring things to life, not all things, but some, it's worth a try to use your blood in the transfusion. If it works, well Dr. Finch is alive and well, if it doesn't, this is a learning experience and at least you tried.
Vahno 27th Jul 2017, 7:06 PM edit delete reply
Would... Would a Hymolytic reaction kill him? Ah... Jeez. Any Ringer's Solution? Saline Solution? Coconuts?
Guest 27th Jul 2017, 7:10 PM edit delete reply
Have you tried analyzing the blood of the man on the ceiling? Maybe you could use that.
3litt0 27th Jul 2017, 7:31 PM edit delete reply
Your blood is more likely to not kill him than Michelle's. there's at least a chance it's compatible. use yours.