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PATIENT #032097 WARD C ROOM 7

Under care of HANS TIEDEMANN. Admittance requested at patient's own request. Self destructive behavior, severe amount of injuries, patient claims none were self inflicted. Signs of abrasions on entire body, many tears and scratches on the skin, some deep, some minor, and several infected. Decontamination reveals nothing unusual, patient was in a catatonic state on arrival. Burns across several areas, all second degree. Bite marks across several locations, very deep, some piercing through major arteries but not a substantial amount of blood has been lost. Patient claimed to have been on the Ishimura during inflictions. Signs of PTSD occurring daily, loss of appetite, insomnia, anxiety, mood changes rapidly, periods of no speech whatsoever even when prompted. Patient admitted feelings of anxiety, restlessness, night terrors, vivid dreams, and infuriation.

Patient refers to 'Nicole' as "the only thing left that's real." Nicole presumed to be dead based on patients attitude.

Status: Moved to Ward C to be inspected, held until further notice and kept until otherwise noted. Full additional sedation, body restraints recommended.

PRELIMINARY MEDICATIONS: Triazolam for insomnia, topical Bacitracin for wound care, patient issued a woundvac for lacerations. Extreme sedation, schizophrenia medication, Zuclopenthixol for acute psychosis, Haloperidol twice daily for psychosis, possible memory solution (TBA by HANS TIEDEMANN)

Observations: Isolated, disassociated from self, disassociation from others, several attempts at suicide, only word spoken is 'Nicole' of which we know nothing about, obvious signs of paranoid schizophrenia, dementia, delusional psychosis, acute psychosis, insomnia, anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress syndrome, depression, and possible need for anti-paranoia and anti-depressive medications. Should be monitored twenty four seven for safety purposes.