Records Request: Niraj, Alexandria

Personal Medical Records

To: LTJG Niraj, A.
CC: CMDR Niraj, P.
From: New Aberdeen Royal Infirmary Records Department
Subj: Records Request: Niraj, Alexandria

Please find below requested records;

Filed By:
Doctor Seo Ppyeo

On Call Response

REASON OF ADMISSION AND DIAGNOSIS Patient Ensign Niraj was transferred to this facility from an intensive care unit aboard Deep Space Station K-7. Patient had sustained multiple severe injuries, primarily around the head, neck and upper torso. Wounds were consistent with explosive force trauma, plasma burns and exposure. Primary care facilities aboard K7 had completed sufficient life saving treatment.

ADDMITED CLINICAL CONDITION Due to severity of injuries sustained, Ensign Niraj was placed in a medically induced coma and emergency surgery was carried out to great effect. Plasma burns to the upper torso were corrected with artificial grafts and dermal regeneration to reduce scarring, neck injuries received the same treatment.

Head injuries were extensive, with major facial reconstruction required. Exposure damage to brain and surrounding tissues was minor, however impact damage had caused the right optic nerve to be severed. Minor surgery was able to correct damage to the right eye itself.

PROGRESS OF TREATMENT Following critical admissive care, Ensign Niraj remained in medically induced coma for the next two weeks. A medical implant was prepared to ensure jaw and upper skull remain attached during soft tissue regeneration. Due to the external nature of the implant, permanent scarring is likely.

With the implant it is also possible to relay impulses along the optic nerve, temporarily reconnecting it, with a low powered subdermal regenerator added to regenerate the natural nerve under the implant at a slow pace.

PLAN OF CARE Follow up in 6 months to review the progress of subdermal regenerator and ensure no tissue rejection is taking place. Follow up in a year to ensure subdermal regeneration is proceeding correctly.

A request for a follow up examination was sent, however your contact details were missed from our updates and thus the message was not delivered. No next of kin was informed at that time. The New Aberdeen Royal Infirmary has learned lessons from this event to ensure it does not happen in the future.

Doctor Seo Ppyeo
Consultant Neurologist,
New Aberdeen Royal Infirmary


To: LTJG Izly, J. (@Motion)
CC: ENS Sovum, V. (@Veneela)
From: LTJG Niraj, A.
Subj: FW: Records Request: Niraj, Alexandria


I’ve received the attached report from the hospital that treat me after the attack on the Starbase. I’ve not been sure what to think with this, it all seems so overwhelming to be thinking about it again.

I’ve been using the painkillers you gave me, but it’s started to get worse again, things seem blurry on a night and I’m worried it might start impacting my work. Can you please look over what’s attached and tell me what’s the best thing to do?

Lieutenant Junior Grade Alexandria Niraj
Operations Officer,
Deep Space 13


To: LTJG Niraj (@Moose)
CC: ENS Sovum (@Veneela)
From: LTJG Izly
Subj: RE: Records Request: Niraj, Alexandria


Giving the record a good read I’ve come to the conclusion that we have a few options here. Regardless of any of course, we’ll check the area to ensure things are going smoothly otherwise, as we wouldn’t want to leave you sans-eye.

  • Removal of the Implant if it is no longer of use. (Will require follow-up of course)
  • Microscopic shift of the Implant so it no longer presses against the nerve. (Optionally the Implant can be disabled too if you would prefer)
  • Removal of unneeded parts internally, no movement/removal of full-Implant.

A joke could be made of simply upping the dosage of your prescription, but we don’t need any officers who are essentially comatose.

Jodi Izly
Lieutenant Junior Grade Station Nurse Practitioner ,
Deep Space 13