Stardate 82026.32

Medical Report – U.S.S. Mary Seacole – Ward 15
Attending Doctor: Isaac Altair, MD; U.S.S. Mary Seacole

Patient ID: 0771-79657-10-75
Species: Borg, Human
Height: 180 cm
Status: Sedated. Melorazine.
Initial condition: Critical.

82026.32—Took charge of Dr. Garrett’s patient. Programmed computer to regularly scan patient for nanoprobe blockages, along with organ and implant failure. Stasis pod remains on hand, but is unneeded at this time.

82026.53—Scans measure increased regenerative activity. The regeneration attachments for the medical table must be working. No other changes in condition.

82027.30—Internal nanoprobe production must be rising since patient’s biological and technological components are beginning to repair. A dark fluid is leaking from her assimilation tubules. It might be the Borg way of draining the body of dead nanoprobes. Fluid sent to lab for analysis.

82027.49—Lab results confirm fluid consists of dead nanoprobes and contaminated blood plasma. Liberated Borg crewmembers claim they never heard of this method to removing body waste products, but it could be an adaptation brought on by the volume of dead nanoprobes she needs to remove. Additional comment made in the lab report that some nanoprobes had four appendages per side, rather than the usual three. Might the nanoprobes be mutating? How would that even be possible?

82027.68—Shift change. Patient transferred back to Dr. Garrett.

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