175Trillium IV Treatments Report
- Jul 1, 2008Brian the Green here,
Given the wonders of modern technology giving reports in via posting
seems like a move we ought to consider. If its really needed I can
surface mail these.
Patient young female observed to have fresh small abrasian about 1-
2cm across on right upper arm. Food substance goo including seeds
are crossing the opened area. Patient is not aware of source of goo
No life threatening state and patient communicative.
I am concerned of possible infection of goo covered abrasian.
Offer assistance and patient agrees.
Cleaned wound with antiseptic wipe. Offered bandage but patient
Boo boo not actually kissed.
Follow up observation:
Patient observed later to be fully functional, wound clean in color.
Dark red of a blood scab formed on one edge of treated abrasian.
Friend of patient approaches Chirugeon Percieval whom I standing
next to. Friend does not provide details but voice has a sense of
urgency. We both move to attend.
Patient, female, is communicative and requests privacy with
Percieval which is granted. I relocate to block entrance to sunshade
from other walkers by.
Patient shows to Percieval a concern located on inner thigh.
Percieval conducts assessment which is that a bruise of unknown
source also has an insect wound in the center. Patient is concerend
of possible allergy.
Percieval is aware patient was given "reactine" earlier that day.
Consenus is we cant be sure if there is a correlation between the
bruise and bite.
Patient is advised to monitor injury. Patient is also advised to
contact Chirugeons if pain should develop.
A mundane nurse is present (Vicontess Margaret) who is advised of
the situation for advise and to be pre-informed in case state of
Patient is observed later that night enjoying the day normally.