Kristos sat at one of the hospital desks, a few sheets of paper before him and ink well to the side with pen in hand as he transcribed a few patient notes down in his splattered handwriting full of ink drips and smears that made it half as legible as most doctors’ handwriting.
Patient name: Bianca Namori
As noted in previous recordings, performed a replacement on right, missing eye with matching donor of same diameter and close color. Procedure went with no extraordinary difficulties as previously noted. Recovery is going well, check-up reveals no noticeable infection of surgical site. Swelling and bruising has subsided on schedule. Note, she has removed the eye patch early, but thus far has not voiced any complaints of difficulty with light levels or excess pain. Laudanum prescription at a low dose as needed only to be ceased within a week.
Patient name: Bib Blackrain
Patient continues to hold onto life. Poisoning should have been fatal by the dosage he recieved coupled with alcohol. The man’s endurance and resilience is astonishing to say the least, though still he is in difficult condition and recovery, if any, is minimal thus far. Continuing IV fluids and close watch.
He waved a paper over the inked down sheets for a moment, sliding them aside as he pulled out a braille slate and stylus, rubbing his head with a heavy sigh as a bit of ink smeared over the side of his face from his smudged fingers. He set a sheet over the slate and began dimpling the page, transcribing the lines from his notes in reverse for his own ease of later reading.