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Warhammer 40k Imperial Guard Medical Triage v2 by Light-Tricks Warhammer 40k Imperial Guard Medical Triage v2 by Light-Tricks
Yet another update, this time to reflect the comments from all you lovely Deviants :P This one is definitely my favourite.

A must for all Imperial medical personnel, from medics and nursing staff to the Chirurgeon-General.

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Michal266 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Is burned part of the face and charred forearm Cat. I or II?
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Light-Tricks Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014   Interface Designer
Each would be different, depends on the depth and coverage of the burn. The burn to head is likely to be bumped higher in triage priority as there are potentially issues of damage to airways - which is more important to treat than the burn itself. As for the arm, it depends on the degree / coverage again. That's likely to be lower, particularly in a military situation, unless there's a clear risk to life - which there can be with burns of course
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Light-Tricks Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014   Interface Designer
If the person you are treating has both of these injuries, and the burns to the face are second or third degree, it would probably be Cat I I suppose 
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Michal266 Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
3rd degree burn on the left side of the face (around the eye wich is still healthy), and 4th on the forearm which is now replaced.
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datbearisfuzzy Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2014
love it 
i always loved the medical thing in 40k and these are just great
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Light-Tricks Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014   Interface Designer
Thank you, I wanted to try and build on that as much as I could
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DariusSummuns Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014
My god.... its the rainbow of pain! @@'
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Light-Tricks Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2014   Interface Designer
Haha definitely one way of describing it
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VAEisenberg Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
Wasn't it just flogging and execution in the case of self-inflicted wounds? Unless you're eldar or necron, flaying strikes me as messy and impractical.
Either way, excellent,
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Light-Tricks Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012   Interface Designer
I think there's a typo there lol. For both the end result in death in the Uplifing Primer, but why not just lump them together :P Flaying was intended to be a more archaic way of expressing flogging with a cat o' nine tails or similar rather than full removal of the skin... there's a lot of tweaks needed to this document.
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