Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Enterprise1981, Oct 2, 2013.
SEVEN: Seven of Nine to Tuvok.
TUVOK: Tuvok here.
SEVEN: There is an undetonated chronoton torpedo lodged in the starboard Jefferies tube on deck eleven, section two. The warhead is still active.
TUVOK: Do not attempt to disarm it. Hold your position and wait for my arrival. Is that clear?
Seven: Arrive Quickly.
PARIS: I've stopped the internal bleeding. You're going to be okay.
Torres: Is that your expert opinion?
PARIS: That's a promise. I know, it still hurts.
TORRES: It's all right.
PARIS: You've got a ruptured vertebra. I'll see if I can repair it.
EMH: Mr. Paris, your assistance, please.
PARIS: Give me a minute.
DOC: Now, Lieutenant.
PARIS: I'll be right back. Don't go anywhere.
EMH: In case you hadn't noticed, B'Elanna is not the only patient here.
PARIS: She's in pain.
EMH: But no longer in danger of dying. That is the first rule of medical triage. Make sure the patient will live then move on to the next one. Emotional detachment is essential otherwise, you risk impairing your judgment. You could be seeing more of your friends in here soon. If you can't handle it I'll find another assistant. You can leave.
Paris: Physician, heal thyself.
EMH: What's that supposed to mean?
Paris: Seems to me that you're the one who's getting emotional around here.
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