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    Default Surgery Guide

    Sponge - Use sponge only when it's the only tool that is visible. This mops up the operation site. When orange text "It is becoming hard to see your work" appears, it will soon turn to "You can't see what you are doing", when that happens, you must use sponge.

    Scalpel - Use scalpel to make incisions when you have diagnosed the patient and the status is Unconcsious. You don't need to use this on Broken Arm surgery! Use them until fix it button appears except on broken leg surgery which you only need to use it once to be able to fix fractured bones.

    Stitches - Stitches are used to stop bleeding and to close incisions. When closing incisions, you need as many stitches as you used scalpels because 1 scalpel = 1 incision and 1 stitches closes 1 incision.

    Antibiotics - Antibiotics decrease patient's temperature and stops fever from climbing. It's not visible until you use lab kit. You myst use lab kit before you can use antibiotics. Use it when the temperature is above 100 or when the fever is climbing.

    Antiseptic - This tool is not required at all on any surgery but it cleans the operation site which makes "You can't see what you are doing" appear less and thus reduce the use of sponges but just a little. I suggest not using them at all honestly. I don't ever use it.

    Fix it - This appears when you have done enough incisions to the patient. (All surgeries don't require this) You can use it any time you want if it's visible. (I suggest using it once you have stitched up all incisions in case the patient wakes up)

    Ultrasound - Ultrasound is used to scan the patient and find out what their problem is. (You don't need to use this if the patient wants a nose job or has a flu.) The safest way to use it is when the patient's temperature is under 100, it's not bleeding and the fever is not rising.

    Lab Kit - Using this will unlock antibiotics ready for use and it tells you if the patient has a flu. Use it if the fever is rising or temperature is over 100, then use antibiotics

    Anesthetic - Anesthetic makes the patient fall asleep, use it before you start using scalpels.

    Defibrillator - Use defibrillator if the patient's heart stops. It only appears when the heart stops so always use it when you can.

    Splint - Use splint to fix broken bones. (Not shattered bones) It can be used when there is a broken bone. I suggest using it when you have stitched up the incisions in case the patient wakes up.

    Pins - Use this to fix shattered bones. It will turn into a broken bone. You can only use it when you have done atleast 1 incision.

    Clamp - Clamp can be used if the patient has incisions. It stops bleeding and doesn't close incisions. Use it if you have done incisions and the patient is bleeding, unless you are about to use stitches.

    Transfusion - Transfusion strengthes the patient's pulse. Use it if the patient's pulse is weak or extremely weak. If the pulse stays extremely weak for about 3 turns, the patient will die.



    Now what all the numbers and stuff on the surgery screen means:

    Diagnosis:
    On the top row it says "The patient wants a nose job" or "The patient has not been diagnosed" you can diagnose the patient by using ultrasound. Once you use the ultrasound, it shows the patient's problem. If it says "The patient wants a nose job", you don't need to use ultrasound. And if the patient has either Bird flu, turtle flu or monkey flu, you don't need to use ultrasound because when you use lab kit it says if the patient has one of the 3.

    Pulse:
    The pulse is either strong, steady, weak or extremely weak. If the pulse is extremely weak for about 3 turns, the patient will die. You can strengthen the pulse by using transfusion.

    Temp:
    The patient's temperature, if it's above 100, use antibiotics (Use lab kit first to get antibiotics ready). The patient will die if the temperature reaches 111. The temperature increases when the patient's fever is rising. The fever can be stopped from rising by using antibiotics.

    Incisions:
    You need to make incisions to complete most of the surgeries. Different surgeries require different amount of incisions. The incisions are made by using scalpels. 1 scalpel does 1 incision. (Remember to put the patient asleep before using scalpels, otherwise it will die) When the fix it button appears, you have done enough incisions and can start closing them with stitches.

    Status:
    The status at the start of the surgery is awake. You need to put the patient asleep before using scalpels. By using anesthetic you can put the patient asleep (Unconcsious). When the patient is about to wake up, it turns into "Coming to", this is when you should use anesthetic to put it back unconcsious before it wakes up. The status can turn to "Heart stopped!" at any point of the surgery, use defibrillator as soon as possible to fix that.

    Operation site:
    You honestly don't need to mind this at all but I will anyways explain what it is. The operation site gets unclean as you do the surgery. When it's unclean, "it is becoming hard to see your work" appears more often and you need to use sponges. You can clean it by using antiseptic but it's not necessary and doesn't help much.

    Bones:
    This appears only if the patient has broken or fractured bones. Broken bones can be fixed at any time of the surgery by using splints. Fractured bones can be fixed by using pins, it will then turn into a broken bone that you can fix by using splints. You need to have atleast 1 incision to be able to use the pins and fix fractured bones but you can fix broken bones at any time, even if you don't have incisions.

    Patient is losing blood _____
    This only appears when the patient is losing blood. It causes patient's pulse to weaken. It can be stopped by using stitches or clamps if the player has incisions.

    Patient's fever is climbing _____
    This only appears when the patient's fever is climbing. It causes atient's temperature to rise. It can be stopped by using antibiotics. (To get antibiotics to appear, use a lab kit)


    The 14 steps to complete any surgery: (You can follow this while doing the surgery if you aren't good at it yet.)

    1. If the patient's heart stops, use defibrillator
    2. If the patient's pulse is extremely weak, use transfusion
    3. If the patient is bleeding, use stitches (Or clamps if there are incisions)
    4. If the patient's temperature is above 100, use antibiotics (Lab kit first if haven't yet)
    5. If the fever is climbing, use antibiotics (Lab kit first if haven't yet)

    (If anything above happens again, fix that before continuing to the next step)

    6. Scan the patient by using ultrasound (Unless the patient wants a nose job)
    7. Fix broken bones if there are any by using splints
    8. Put the patient asleep by using anesthetic
    9. Make 1 incision by using a scalpel
    10. Fix fractured bones if there are any by using pins
    11. Make more incisions until fix it button appears by using scalpels (Except in broken leg, just continue to the next step)
    12. Close the incisions by using stitches
    13. Fix broken bones if there are any by using splints
    14. Fix it by using the fix it

    Hope my guide helped you. If there are any mistakes on the guide, just tell me and I will fix it if needed.

    ALL CREDITS GO TO JONI2 FOR LITERALLY WRITING THIS ENTIRE THING.

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