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You can still help people! Bare minimum requirements: If injured people will let you heal them instead of breaking into Medical Storage, do so.
When you are a Medical Doctor, your job is to heal people, save them from the brink of death, and revive the dead. You can diagnose injuries and diseases with the help of a health analyzer or even your PDA.
Much of the information on this page is dedicated to the basics of Medbay and the most prudent tips for beginning doctors. It's highly recommended that you read the Guide to medicine for full details on how health and bodies work in SS13, and the more advanced methods of restoring your patients.
Unsurprisingly, the first thing you should do upon spawning in as a Medical Doctor is explore Medbay, collect the tools you'll need to do the job, and familiarize yourself with the layout of whatever station you're on.
There's a lot of goodies to go through, but once you get the hang of things, it's not too hard to equip yourself. The first thing to note is the medical techfab , usually located in the storage room.
You can use it to produce various useful medical items, provided the miners are keeping the station's supplies up. If the Science department is doing their jobs, you'll also be able to print upgraded versions of many medical items once the appropriate research is done, so be sure to check back frequently.
The health analyzer allows you to diagnose your patients, and you'll find an analyzer in the white medkit you spawn with. Simply hit somebody with it, and you'll get a readout telling you what's wrong with them.
Using it in-hand toggles reagent scan mode, which instead tells you what chemicals their bodies contain.
You should always have one of these on hand; later on, you might be able to upgrade to an advanced health analyzer , which gives even more information.
Three pieces of clothing to collect are the medical HUD glasses , nitrile gloves and medical belt. The glasses allow you to see health bars above living creatures, instantly cluing you in on who's wounded; if the small icon next to them shows a face, they have a disease.
The angrier the face looks, the worse the illness. The gloves drastically speed up the time needed to pick somebody up and carry them, essential for moving wounded people without them losing all their blood, and the belt can hold up to seven medical items for convenience.
You can find all of these in a medical doctor's locker , usually in the storage room. Health kits contain a variety of items and medicine.
The white medkits contain general use items, whereas the colored ones correspond to damage types. Green is toxin damage, orange is burn damage, pink is brute damage and blue is suffocation damage.
Even if you don't know which chemicals do what, you can rely on the contents of these kits to heal a specific damage type from your patients.
As a rule of thumb, don't dump the whole kit into one person: at most, one syringe, patch or pill at a time is a good bet.
Surgical tools are needed for, well, surgery. The basic tools are the drapes , hemostat , cautery , retractor , scalpel , saw and drill.
The white medkit you spawn with contains half of them, specifically the ones needed to perform the basic 'tend wounds' surgery. You can find the rest in the operating rooms, or print them from the lathe.
With the right research, you can also print advanced tools that combine the functions of two tools into one.
Medipens are single-use items that come preloaded with useful chemicals. In particular, the epinephrine medipen contains epinephrine, which stabilizes patients at critical health, and formaldehyde, which stops organs from rotting if injected into a corpse and generally makes revival a lot easier.
Sutures and regenerative meshes can be used on people to quickly heal brute and burn damage, respectively, making them ideal for quickly patching up minor wounds.
Medical gauze is used to stop bleeding in patients. The syringe gun is a tool that can be loaded with a syringe, and used to instantly inject people from a distance with a chemical.
In theory, they can be used for doctoring to quickly inject someone with a syringe full of medicine at a distance. In practice, people fill bluespace syringes with lethal doses of poisonous chemicals and use the syringe guns as self defense or murder weapons.
The rapid syringe gun can be researched and printed from the lathe, and holds 6 syringes. Defibrillators are used to bring people back to life, provided their bodies are in good enough shape.
In order to use one, you must equip it in your back slot, dual wield its paddles, and target the chest of the body you're trying to revive.
With research, the lathe can print off wall mounts for defibs, and later even compact defibrillators that use your belt slot instead.
The stasis bed is an incredibly powerful piece of machinery. When someone is buckled into it, they enter stasis, which essentially freezes their vitals; they won't lose health or blood, but they also won't process any chemicals in their bodies.
Buckling someone to a stasis bed while you work on them is highly recommended, but Medbay typically has a limited supply of them.
Operating tables are the designated location for performing surgery, but it's the operating computer that makes the magic happen.
As Science researches better operating procedures, you can synchronize the computer to download those procedures' data, and any operating table or stasis bed!
Make sure to keep your computers updated, and you'll be able to perform much better surgical procedures. The cryo tubes can be used to heal various damage types with the power of coldness.
Provided the cryo tubes are set up correctly, placing someone into a tube will cause them to gradually heal. This is the main method of healing cellular damage.
To set up the tubes, simply insert the nearby beakers of cryoxodone blue , use a wrench on the oxygen tanks, and make sure the freezer is turned on and set to its minimum temperature.
You can put different chemicals in the tubes, but the default cryoxodone will suffice if nobody makes anything better.
IV drips are used to quickly inject blood or chemicals into a patient. To use them, fill a beaker or blood bag with the appropriate chemical, attach it to the drip, and then drag the drip onto a patient.
If the drip is empty, you can also toggle it between injecting blood or draining blood. There are a number of other items and machines in Medbay, but this list encompasses many of the most crucial ones you'll need as a doctor.
So you've gotten yourself geared up, and somebody comes running into Medbay, either wounded or carrying a dead body.
What do? If the patient is alive, things are definitely easier. If all they have is minor brute or burn damage, just hand them some sutures and regenerative meshes if you have any left, and slap some gauze on them if they're bleeding.
If you run out, or they have toxin or suffocation damage, check Medbay storage for the appropriately colored medkits.
For a more intensive method of curing brute and burn damage, you'll want to use the Tend Wounds surgery:. Drag their sprite onto yours to strip them if needed.
This isn't always necessary, but speeds up the healing greatly. Select the Tend Wounds for the damage type they have. Tend Wounds can heal an unlimited amount of burn or brute damage provided you have the time to spend on it, and if the bed you're using has an adjacent operating computer , you might be able to use upgraded versions of Tend Wounds for faster healing.
A patient with over damage in any category will be in crit , typically crawling around and likely unable to speak properly.
If any stasis beds are available, immediately try to buckle them in to stop any further degradation; if not, inject them with epinephrine to stabilize them as you work.
Tend Wounds is again the best non-chemical way to heal brute or burn damage, and clicking on them with help intent and an empty hand allows you to perform CPR to alleviate suffocation damage over A patient suffering from many types of damage but still alive is best suited for cryo tube healing.
If an organ is listed as "severely damaged" or "nonfunctional" on your health analyzer, the patient will likely suffer from effects ranging to blindness eyes to constant toxin damage liver to dying heart.
You have two options here: one, if the patient is in a proper bed, you may be able to perform a surgical procedure to fix their organs, such as a Coronary Bypass for the heart.
These surgeries can typically only be done once per organ. Alternatively, you can replace the organ with the Organ Manipulation surgery. The medical autolathe can print off cybernetic organs, with better cybernetics available as Science researches them.
You can also take organs out of a healthy body and use those, but beware that organs decay when not in a living person.
Note that organs will gradually heal over time, so it's usually safe to ignore "slightly damaged" ones. Limbs can be reattached in the same fashion, using the Prosthetic Reattachment surgery.
You can use cyborg limbs from Robotics, or reattach the original limbs if you can find them. Not having limbs can be incredibly frustrating, but generally isn't life-threatening.
In , Whittaker received a Saturn Award nomination for Best Actress on Television for her performance in the eleventh series, making her the third person to receive a Saturn Award nomination for playing the Doctor after Paul McGann and David Tennant.
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