Originally Posted by Equiste
"That will come with practice and training. But you have still yet to tell me how many puncture wounds he has in his chest or how bad they might be. Focus on your patient. The more you know and the more you discover the quicker you can find the best course of action to help him. Like how you might want to stop the bleeding from his chest." He looked over at her, waiting for her response before continuing to the next part.
"And yes, start treating him. Try not to make a mistake even though I am monitoring you." He said, placing a green hand on the patients shoulder and checking her healing process.
Sam nodded, looking at her patient. Rather than try to argue, she simply started the healing process. She figured it would be a simple thing, given how skilled she at healing.
Sam held her hand over the patient's face first, muttering something under her breath. Her hand started glowing much brighter than it did before. She waved it over the patient's largest gash.
Slowly but surely the wound closed itself. Nearby small scratches and bruises along his chin, cheek and neck had also all but disappeared, but it wasn't until she held her hand over them that she finally healed fully. After a few minutes, the wound was for the most part closed up, and scar tissue was all that remained, along with a few small cuts that would easily heal up as she waved her arm over them.
"Alright, that takes care of the face," Sam commented, "Now to work on those legs. Should be simple."
Sam quickly moved down toward his legs, hovering over the area she had detected the clot of blood. She muttered something under her breath again as her hand started glowing a dark purple, much different than the grey she had previously. She slowly scanned over the patient's legs one last time, just to be sure she didn't miss anything.
As it would turn out, there was more than just one clot. It seemed his major arteries in both his legs were blocked off, cutting circulation.
"Oh, it's worse than I expected," Sam noted, "His legs are almost completely blocked off from circulation by something, but I can't make out what. He may need surgery as soon as possibly if he doesn't want to lose his leg."
Sam seemed a bit disappointed in herself. Normally stuff like this would be easy for her to detect. Her hand returned to normal before looking up at Doctor Namba, awaiting his response.