@MRC, Well a cordrazine overdose will cause the victims to display the following signs including but not limited to:
- Profuse Sweating
- Dilated Eyes
- Rapid Breathing
- Erratic Behavior
- Ability to knock people out with a neck chop
- General Belief that People Surrounding them are killers
- Urge to distance himself/herself from the people in the immediate vicinity
All of the above symptons were expressed by one Leonard ‘Bones’ McCoy
, Former Chief Medical Officer serving on the USS Enterprise NCC-1701. (TOS, The City on the Edge of Forever
frowned as he finished reading the warning label on the cordrazine hypospray. Letting out a disappointed sigh, Jackson
placed the hypospray back into his medkit that was clipped to his belt. “I guess we shouldn’t start with that
The disappointed LD-EMT (Lazy dev E.M.T)
turned in time to see MRC
leap out of a
that she had been digging in Aaron
’s backyard. She was still holding a shovel and covered in dirt. “Maybe you just didn't CPR hard enough. Here I'll show you, I'm a certified expert as shown by my shiny tag
blinked as MRC
flashed what was either a badge or a smart phone open to a page on an internet forum. Before he could get a word in, he watched in shock as she engaged in the act of what could either be described as ‘very enthusiastic dev CPR’ or ‘beating Aaron
in the stomach with a muddy shovel.’ Jackson
quickly decided the latter description was more accurate.
“I. Don’t. Think. It. Works. That. Way.
” Each of Jackson
’s words were punctuated by another swing of MRC’s shovel.
Another enthusiastic swing, Jackson
caught the shovel at the height of its arc. Speaking carefully, Jackson
tried not to glance at the shovel in MRC
’s hands as he tried to reason with her. “Maybe it would be better if we use this
At the last word, Jackson
unclipped a small portable AED from his belt. “Shall we begin?
OOC: (Out of Character) It was at this moment that I got tired of typing.
Confirm patient is unconscious, no breathing, no pulse.
Nope. Nothing for the last six days.
Turn on the AED and follow the voice & visual prompts.
*Turns on AED*
Attach electrode pads to patient's bare chest (male or female) as indicated.
Press Shock when Directed to.
OOC: It was at this moment where I regained the urge to type.Commander Jackson
cast an uncertain glance at Aaron
's apparently lifeless body. His thumb hovered over the shock button, not certain if he wanted to push it. Defibrillators were used to stop
a fibrillating heart (essentially nonstop hiccups within your heart) in order to give patient’s body a chance to restart the regular heartbeat. Idea of stopping someone’s heart temporarily was not a comforting thought. “Last chance Aaron! Then I’m hitting the button!
OOC: It was at this moment when I started to wonder, Why am I typing this?