Quick rundown what to do if you see a shot or unconscious (not ragdolled) friendly.
If you have not enabled the medical menu (a menu that opens if you press the 'h' key), enable it!
Keep in mind that epinephrine will not magically wake people up!
If there are no wounds go to step 3.
If your patient is completely covered in RED wounds , apply a tourniquet to the RED limbs. You are now on a timer of 5 minutes until you slowly kill your patient.
Start bandaging, left most bandage type is best, right most is worst for this wound type.
Depending on the situation have someone help you bandage the patient.
Green marked ones are the optimal choice!
|Wound Type||Effective||Less effective|
|Abrasions||Field Dressing||Packing Bandage||Elastic Bandage||Quick Clot|
|Avulsions||Packing Bandage||Field Dressing||Elastic Bandage||Quick Clot|
|Contusions||Field Dressing||Packing Bandage||Elastic Bandage||Quick Clot|
|Crush wounds||Elastic Bandage||Quick Clot||Field Dressing||Packing Bandage|
|Cut wounds||Elastic Bandage||Quick Clot||Field Dressing||Packing Bandage|
|Lacerations||Elastic Bandage||Field Dressing||Quick Clot||Packing Bandage|
|Velocity wounds||Packing Bandage||Quick Clot||Elastic Bandage||Field Dressing|
|Puncture wounds||Elastic Bandage||Field Dressing||Quick Clot||Packing Bandage|
After you have completely bandaged the patient, REMOVE THE TOURNIQUETS!
If you are alone, start giving CPR NOW. Periodically check if there is a pulse.
If there is a friendly next to you, yell at them to provide CPR, periodically check if there is a pulse and move on to the next step.
Administer Blood/Saline/Plasma. Keep in mind that this is not instantaneous! The blood pressure will slowly go up.
You best start sweating now!
You want the heart rate to be stable between 50 and 115!
You want the blood pressure to be between 100 | 50 and 160 | 110!
|Adenosine||Lowers heart rate|
|Atropine||Lowers heart rate|
|Epinephrine||Raises heart rate|
|Morphine||Lowers blood pressure and heart rate.
Also suppresses pain
Again you want the heart rate to be stable between 50 and 115!
Heartrate too low:
Heart rate is 20 or below:
==> Give CPR to raise it and fix blood pressure!
If you just gave epinephrine, congrats, you're a murderer now!
Heart rate is above 20:
==> Check Blood Pressure: is the left value above 260?
Yes: Fix blood pressure!
No: Give Epinephrine
Heart rate too high:
Heart rate above 120:
==>Give atropine and periodically check if you accidently overshot and the heart rate is too low!
Again you want the blood pressure to be between 100 | 50 and 160 | 110!
Keep in mind that blood pressure will not go up instantaneously but SLOWLY!
Blood pressure too low:
==> Has the patient lost a lot of blood?
Yes: Give 1000ml of IV
No and blood pressure very low: Give 500ml of IV
No: Give 250ml of IV
Blood pressure too high
==>Check Heart rate
Stable between 60 and 130: Give morphine
Above 120 unstable OR above 130 stable: Fix heart rate!
Below 50 and left blood pressure value is 260 or above: Did you fuck up with transfusing IVs?
Okay, hang on. You have a pistol, right? Time to fix your mistakes.
Shoot that poor bastard's leg and let him bleed and start over at step 1.
By now the heart rate and blood pressure should be nominal!