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A Guide to Surgery

A full set of surgery tools can be found in each Operating Theatre locker at the start of the round, though they are often moved into a bag near the operating table by surgeons. Once a surgery has been initiated, the nearby operating computer will give you a hint towards the next step. For Synthetic surgery, see Here.

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Every operating theatre is equipped with a full suite of surgical tools. In the event that surgical tools go missing, you can either have them manufactured at an autolathe or order them from Cargo.

The Standard Surgical Equipment
Scalpel

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Creates incisions and debrides.

Hemostat

Hemostat.png
Ties bleeders, and removes objects.

Retractors

Retractor.png
Opens incisions and cavities.

Bone Setter

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Sets broken bones in place.

Bone Gel

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Mends broken bones back together.

Cautery

Cautery.png
Cauterizes incisions.

FixOVein

Fixovein.png
Mends ruptured arteries and veins.

Circular Saw

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Saws through bone and amputates limbs.

Surgical Drill

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Creates cavity spaces for implants.

Anesthetic Tank

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Anesthetizes patients.

Additional Optional Equipment
Man-Machine Interface

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Provides storage for brains.

Sterile Mask

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Helps prevent infections.

Latex Gloves

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Helps prevent infections.

Advanced Laser Scalpel

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A scalpel, hemostat, and cautery all in one.

Incision Management System

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An ALS with retractor functionality. Retractor fuctionality takes precedence over hemostat.

Surgical Drapes

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An alternative to starting surgery. Lowers chances of infection and prevents blood spilling.

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Surgery can also be performed with other tools if proper surgical implements are not readily available. Use of these tools can dramatically decrease the likelihood of successfully completing a step, often causing collateral damage, especially when attempting to make the initial incision. Furthermore, surgical procedures can be performed on surfaces similar to an operating table, at the cost of additional chance of failure. Tool and surface success chance modifiers combine multiplicatively.

  • Note: Due to the nature of ghetto surgery, using sharp objects on tabled subjects will begin surgery. If you're in a different scenerio, don't use help intent.
Ghetto Surgical Equipment
Regular Equipment Substitutes (Hover over the items sprite to see the success rate and any specific information)
Scalpel
Scalpel.png
Knives
Smooth Knives-Shivs.gif
90% success rate
(PLASTIC SURGERY ONLY)
50% success rate
Shivs
Shivs.gif
70% success rate
Glass Shard
Glass Shard.gif
60% success rate
Wirecutters
Wirecutters.png
(CANT PERFORM DEBRIDEMENT)
35% success rate
Scissors
Scissors.png
(CANT PERFORM DEBRIDEMENT)
12% success rate
Claymore
Claymore.png
(CANT PERFORM DEBRIDEMENT)
6% success rate
Energy Blades
Swordred.gif
(CANT PERFORM DEBRIDEMENT)
6% success rate
Edagger
Edagger.gif
(CANT PERFORM DEBRIDEMENT)
6% success rate
Chainsaw
Chainsaw.gif
(CANT PERFORM DEBRIDEMENT)
1% success rate
Hemostat
Hemostat.png
Cable Coil
CableCoils.png
90% success rate
Watcher Sinew
Watcher Sinew.png
90% success rate
Fork
Fork.png
(INTERNAL ORGAN REMOVAL ONLY)
70% success rate
Crowbar
Red crowbar.png
(BIO-CHIP REMOVAL ONLY)
65% success rate
Mouse Trap
Mousetrap.png
25% success rate
Retractors
Retractor.png
Crowbar
Red crowbar.png
90% success rate
Fork
Fork.png
60% success rate
Bone Gel
Bone gel.png
Screwdriver
Screwdriver tool.png
90% success rate
Bone Setter
Bone setter.png
Wrench
Wrench.png
90% success rate
Cautery
Cautery.png
Cigarette
Cigarette.gif
90% success rate
Lighter
Lighter.gif
60% success rate
Welding Tool
Welders.gif
30% success rate
Flamethrowers
FlameThrower.gif
1% success rate
FixOVein
Fixovein.png
Cable Coil
CableCoils.png
90% success rate
Watcher Sinew
Watcher Sinew.png
90% success rate
Circular Saw
Saw.png
Chainsaw
Chainsaw.gif
(AMPUTATION SURGERY ONLY)
100% success rate
(BONESAWING STEP ONLY)
90% success rate
Hatchet
Hatchet.png
90% success rate
Armblade
Arm blade.png
(AMPUTATION SURGERY ONLY)
75% success rate
Energy Blades
Swordred.gif
(AMPUTATION SURGERY ONLY)
75% success rate
Wirecutters
Wirecutters.png
(BONESAWING STEP ONLY)
35% success rate
Surgical Drill
Drill.png
Hand Drill
Powerdrill1.png
(CAVITY SURGERY ONLY)
90% success rate
(DENTAL SURGERY ONLY)
80% success rate
Pen
Pen.png
(CAVITY SURGERY ONLY)
90% success rate
Exosuit Drill
Mecha drill.png
(DENTAL SURGERY ONLY)
90% success rate
Metal Rods
Rods.png
(CAVITY SURGERY ONLY)
60% success rate
Mining Drill
Mining drill.png
(DENTAL SURGERY ONLY)
60% success rate
Screwdriver
Screwdriver tool.png
20% success rate
Surgical Drapes
Surgical Drapes.png
90% chance for infection prevention
Improvised Drapes
Empty Sandbags.png
67% chance for infection prevention
Bedsheet
Bedsheet.png
45% chance for infection prevention
Jumpsuits
Chameleon jumpsuit.gif
10% chance for infection prevention
Nothing
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0% chance for infection prevention
Operating Table
OpTable.gif
Holo Stretchers
Holo Stretcher.png
90% success rate
Roller Beds
Rollerbed.png
80% success rate
Tables
Table.png
80% success rate
Beds
Bed.png
70% success rate
Ghetto Anesthetics
Anesthetics
Anesthetics.png
100% success rate
Augmented
Cyborg Torso.png
100% success rate
Corpse
Toxin pill.png
100% success rate
Hydrocodone
IV bag.png
99% success rate
Morphine
Bluebottle.png
99% success rate
Drunk
GargleBlaster.gif
95% success rate
Salicylic Acid
Salicylicpill.png
85% success rate
Tipsy
Shotglass.png
85% success rate
Happiness
Pill Bottle.png
81% success rate
Nothing
Empty hand Midnight.png
80% success rate

Preventing Infection Sterilemask.png

Infections can be caused by a myriad of sources, from untreated burns to uncleanly surgical tools. The following factors contribute to the likelihood of a surgical procedure causing infection:

  • Unhygienic surroundings (including blood and debris).
  • Dirty surgical tools.
  • Unwashed hands.
  • Improper/absent usage of sterile gloves and sterile masks.
  • Improper storage of transplantable limbs/organs.
  • Multiple people in a single operating theatre.

Failure to keep an operating theatre and its equipment clean will result in infection. It is paramount that every surgeon practices adequate hygiene and safety precautions, limits the active number of patients in their theatre to one, washes their hands between every surgery, and keeps the operating theatre sterile. You can also use surgical drapes on a patient before you start a surgery, lowering the chances of infection and blood spilling.

If a patient manages to contract - or is presently suffering from - an infection administer spaceacillin. In lieu of spaceacillin, compounds containing high levels of ethanol (preferably straight ethanol) can be used to disinfect organs during the organ manipulation surgery.

Prepping for Surgery LGloves.png

Now that you understand the basics of both surgical tools and infections it's time to prep for performing the surgery itself. Make sure you diagnose what's wrong with the patient prior to attempting surgery via the use of the Advanced Body Scanner. There are also a few caveats to surgical prep work such as:

  • The patient should be healed as much as possible prior to surgical intervention, as many surgeries won't take when performed on severely injured persons.
  • All patients require some form of anesthetic, such as the anesthetic tank, ether, or hydrdocodone. Failure to use anesthetic will increase the chance of failure on each step.
  • If the patient is a Vox or Plasmaman do not administer tank-based anesthetic. In the case of Vox and Plasmamen, removing their internals can be fatal.

The following is a list of steps to prep for surgical procedures. Please ensure you diagnose your patient prior to prepping for surgical intervention.

  1. Find a suitable OpTable.gif operating table. In absence of an operating table, a rollerbed or table may be used (with a higher likelihood of surgical errors).
  2. Make sure you're wearing LGloves.png latex gloves and a Sterilemask.png sterile mask.
  3. Use a sink to wash your hands. Unclean hands can result in infections.
  4. Click+drag the person to the operating table to lay them down on it.
  5. Check to ensure whether or not your patient is able to be safely anesthetized. Species such as Plasmamen and Vox can not be anesthetized and will optionally require ether, morphine (addictive), salicylic acid, or hydrocodone.
  6. Pick up a BreathingMask.png medical mask and Anesthetics.png anesthetic tank.
  7. Click+drag their body onto yours to view their inventory. Click on the link beside "Mask" to remove their mask if they have one. Do the same for the link beside "Back" to remove their backpack.
  8. With the medical mask in your active hand click on the "Nothing" link at the top beside "Head (Mask)". In a few seconds, you will equip them with the medical mask.
  9. Place the anesthetic tank in your active hand, then click the "Nothing" link in their inventory window beside "Back" to equip the anesthetics on their back.
  10. A new link will appear beside the sleeping agent called "Set internals". Click on it to turn on the gas. It will force them asleep in about 5 seconds. You are now ready to proceed with surgery.
  11. Make sure you're set on the Help.png Help intent.

Basic Surgeries Scalpel.png

While there are a number of surgical procedures one can perform, the following are some of the most common procedures that are simple and require only basic tools.

Basic Surgeries
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Amputation
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Removal of limbs or head.
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Bio-chip Removal
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Removing bio-chips such as mindshields, death alarms, mindslaves, and other bio-chips from the body.
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External Infection Treatment
Scalpel.png
Removing infections on limbs.
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Limb Attachment Surgery
Cyborg Left Arm.png
Re-attaching severed limbs.
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Plastic Surgery

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Fixing facial Disfigurement and changing Identity.

[Exit]

Amputation
Removal of limbs or head.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the target limb using the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel or Saw.png Circular Saw to select the "Amputation" Surgery.
  4. Use the Saw.png Circular Saw to Amputate the limb.

[Exit]

Bio-chip Removal
Removing bio-chips such as mindshields, death alarms, mindslaves, and other bio-chips from the body.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the chest on the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Bio-chip Removal" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision.
  5. Use your Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  6. Use your Retractor.png Retractors to lift up the skin. Hold a BioChip Case.png Bio-chip Case in your other hand for the next step to put the bio-chip into a case.
  7. Use your Hemostat.png Hemostat to extract the bio-chip.
  8. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.

[Exit]

External Infection Treatment
Removing infections on limbs.

  1. Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the affected body part location on the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "External Infection Treatment/Autopsy" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision
  5. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.
  • If an organ is infected you will have to administer spaceacillin or douse it in alcohol with a high ethanol content. If the organ is septic, it will require transplantation.

[Exit]

Limb Attachment Surgery
Re-attaching severed limbs.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the patient's affected (missing) limb using the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Limb Attachment" Surgery.
  4. Attach the appropriate missing limb (theirs or someone elses).
  5. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to reconnect the nerves and muscles and finish. This step isn't needed for Robotic limbs.

You can use the severed limbs of most humanoid mobs for this procedure.

[Exit]

Plastic Surgery
Fixing facial Disfigurement and changing Identity.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the patient's head in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Plastic Surgery" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision.
  5. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  6. Use your Retractor.png Retractor to lift up the skin. Hold an Id regular.png ID Card in your other hand for the next step for it's name to be added to the available names list.
  7. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to reshape the face and vocal chords.
  8. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.
  • Performing the surgery on a Disfigured face will repair, on a Normal face will give a list of random, species-appropriate names to change identity.
  • Note that this does not repair "husked" appearance as the result of excessive Burn damage.
  • Any ID cards on the patient or surgeon will also have their registered name added to the available names list.

Intermediate Surgeries Scalpellaser.png

These surgeries use more equipment compared to the Basic Surgeries and take a bit longer.

Intermediate Surgeries
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Bone Repair Surgery
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The mending of broken bones and fractures.
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Debridement and Limb Revival
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Reviving dead limbs. Can also mend critical burns, but Severe Burns Surgery is easier.
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Internal Bleeding Surgery
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Repairing damaged arteries and veins within the body to stop internal bleeding.
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Internal Organ Manipulation
Cybernetic heart.gif
Mending, inserting, and removing internal organs and cybernetic implants.
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Limb Augmentation
Cyborg Torso.png
Augment limb with robotic part.
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Severe Burns Surgery
Oint.png
The mending of critical burns.

[Exit]

Bone Repair Surgery
The mending of broken bones and fractures.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Ensure the patient has been healed first, or the bones will break as soon as you fix them.
  3. Aim for the afflicted limb in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Bone Repair" Surgery.
  5. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision
  6. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  7. Use your Retractor.png Retractors to lift up the skin.
  8. Apply Bone gel.png Bone Gel to the broken bone.
  9. Use the Bone setter.png Bone Setter to put the bone in place.
  10. Apply more Bone gel.png Bone Gel.
  11. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.

[Exit]

Debridement and Limb Revival
Reviving dead limbs. Can also mend critical burns, but Severe Burns Surgery is easier.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the afflicted limb in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Debridement" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision
  5. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  6. Use your Retractor.png Retractors to lift up the skin.
  7. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to debride the necrotic tissue.
  8. Apply Beaker.png Mitocholide using a container* to the organ to regenerate the removed tissue.
  9. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.
  • While bottles and buckets may be used, droppers are more effective (can not fail). The container must have Mitocholide in it.

[Exit]

Internal Bleeding Surgery
Repairing damaged arteries and veins within the body to stop internal bleeding.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the afflicted limb in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Internal Bleeding" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision
  5. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  6. Use your Retractor.png Retractors to lift up the skin.
  7. Use the Fixovein.png FixOVein to repair the damaged blood vessels.
  8. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.

[Exit]

Internal Organ Manipulation
Mending, inserting, and removing internal organs and cybernetic implants.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the correct Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Organ Manipulation" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision
  5. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  6. Use the Retractor.png Retractors to lift up the skin.
  7. Use the Saw.png Circular Saw to open the the ribcage/skull [CHEST/HEAD ONLY].
  8. Use the Retractor.png Retractor to pull their ribcage/skull open [CHEST/HEAD ONLY].
  9. Here, you can manipulate the organs, by either using the Hemostat.png Hemostat to remove them, AdvTrauma.png Trauma Kit or Nanopaste.png Nanopaste to heal them, Beaker.png a reagent container filled with an alcoholic reagent to disinfect them, or simply transferring new organs inside.
  10. When finished:Use the Retractor.png Retractor to close the ribcage/skull/skin.
  11. Apply Bone gel.png Bone Gel to help mend the ribcage/skull [CHEST/HEAD ONLY].
  12. Use the Bone setter.png Bone Setter to finish mending the ribcage/skull [CHEST/HEAD ONLY].
  13. Apply Bone gel.png Bone Gel to help mend the ribcage/skull [CHEST/HEAD ONLY].
  14. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.
  • This surgery is used to remove xenomorph larva, bone tumors, terror spider eggs, and fleshy masses.
  • When removing a fleshy mass, have a spare heart and defibrillator ready.

[Exit]

Limb Augmentation
Augment limb with robotic part.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the chest or limbs in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Augment Limb" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision.
  5. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  6. Use the Retractor.png Retractor to lift up the skin.
  7. While holding a cyborg arm, leg, or chest; Insert the item inside.

[Exit]

Severe Burns Surgery
The mending of critical burns.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the afflicted limb in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Treat Severe Burns" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision.
  5. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  6. Use the Retractor.png Retractor to lift up the skin.
  7. Apply an Burnkit.png Advanced Burn Kit or Oint.pngOintment to heal the burn wound.
  8. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.

Advanced Surgeries IMS.png

There's also a bevy of other surgeries that can be performed even if niche in purpose.

Advanced Surgeries
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Alien Organ Manipulation
AlienSaw.png
Extracting or manipulating the organs of a Xenomorph.
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Autopsy
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Examination of cadavers to find cause of death. See autopsy prodedures for more information.
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Brain Removal
MMI.png
Removing the eyes and brain of a decapitated head for transplant to a full body or man-machine interface.
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Cavity Surgery
Drill.png
Hiding a variety of objects into an artificial body cavity. Not for implants or bio-chips.
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Dental Implant Surgery
Pills.gif
Putting pills in your teeth.
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Embedded Object Removal
Glass Shard.gif
Removing embedded objects, typically bullets, from the body.

[Exit]

Alien Organ Manipulation
Extracting or manipulating the organs of a Xenomorph.

  1. Aim for the chest, head, groin, eyes, or mouth in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel or the Saw.png Circular Saw to select the "Alien Organ Manipulation" Surgery.
  3. Use the Saw.png Circular Saw to saw its carapace.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to cut its carapace.
  5. Use the Retractor.png Retractor to retract its carapace.
  6. Here, you can manipulate the organs, by either using the Hemostat.png Hemostat to remove them, AdvTrauma.png Trauma Kit to heal them, Beaker.png a reagent container filled with an alcoholic reagent to disinfect them, or simply transferring new organs inside.

[Exit]

Autopsy
Examination of cadavers to find cause of death. See autopsy prodedures for more information.

  1. Place cadaver onto the operating table.
  2. Scan the cadaver with a Health Analyzer.gifHealth Analyer to find injured locations.
  3. Aim for the patient's affected area in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  4. Use the Autopsy scanner.png Autopsy Scanner to scan the area.
  5. Repeat scan procedure for all affected areas.
  6. Right click the Autopsy scanner.png Autopsy Scanner to print out autopsy data.

[Exit]

Brain Removal
Removing the eyes and brain of a decapitated head for transplant to a full body or man-machine interface.

  1. With the head in your hand, use the Scalpel.png Scalpel or Saw.png Circular Saw to scrape out the Brain and other organs.
  • This can be done with any sharp object.
  • This is by the definition technically a surgery.

[Exit]

Cavity Surgery
Implanting a variety of objects into an artificial body cavity.

  1. Aim for the chest, abdomen or head in the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Cavity Implant/Removal" Surgery.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision
  4. Use the Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  5. Use your Retractor.png Retractors to lift up the skin.
  6. [HEAD AND CHEST ONLY] Use the Saw.png Circular Saw to cut through the bone.
  7. [HEAD AND CHEST ONLY] Use the Retractor.png Retractor to pull back the bone.
  8. [GROIN ONLY] Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to make an internal incision into the abdominal wall.
  9. Use the Drill.png Surgical Drill to prepare the cavity.
  10. While holding an Item:Insert the item inside. If it caused internal bleeding, use Fixovein.png FixOVein internal bleeding surgery to fix it.
  11. With an open hand: Click the patient to check for items inside the cavity.
  12. When done use Cautery.png Cautery twice to mend cavity wall.
  13. [HEAD AND CHEST ONLY] Use the Retractor.png Retractors to close their ribcage.
  14. [HEAD AND CHEST ONLY] Apply Bone gel.png Bone Gel to mend the cut ribcage.
  15. [HEAD AND CHEST ONLY] Use the Bone setter.png Bone Setter to mend the ribcage.
  16. [HEAD AND CHEST ONLY] Apply Bone gel.png Bone Gel to mend the cut ribcage.
  17. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.

Maxiumum size of item that fits inside:

  • Head - tiny (i.e. pen, paper)
  • Abdomen - small (i.e. most surgical tools)
  • Chest - medium (i.e. surgical saw, revolver)

[Exit]

Dental Implant Surgery
Putting pills in your teeth.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the mouth Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel (or other surgery starter) to select the "Dental Implant" Surgery.
  4. Use the Drill.png Surgical Drill to prepare the tooth.
  5. Insert the desired pill in the tooth.

[Exit]

Embedded Object Removal
Removing embedded objects, typically bullets, from the body.

  1. (Optional) Complete Prepping for Surgery.
  2. Aim for the embeded object location on the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  3. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel to select the "Removal of Embedded Objects" Surgery.
  4. Use the Scalpel.png Scalpel again to begin the incision
  5. Use your Hemostat.png Hemostat to stop any potential bleeding.
  6. Use your Retractor.png Retractors to lift up the skin.
  7. Use the Saw.png Circular Saw to open the ribcage/skull. [CHEST/HEAD ONLY]
  8. Use the Retractor.png Retractor to pull their ribcage/skull open. [CHEST/HEAD ONLY]
  9. With an empty hand: Click the patient to remove the embedded object.
  10. Use the Retractor.png Retractor to close their ribcage/skull. [CHEST/HEAD ONLY]
  11. Apply Bone gel.png Bone Gel to mend the cut ribcage/skull. [CHEST/HEAD ONLY]
  12. Use the Bone setter.png Bone Setter to finish mending the ribcage/skull. [CHEST/HEAD ONLY]
  13. Apply Bone gel.png Bone Gel to mend the cut ribcage/skull. [CHEST/HEAD ONLY]
  14. Use the Cautery.png Cautery to seal the incision.

Robotics Surgeries Blue Toolbox.png

There are are also a number of procedures that can be performed on IPCs. IPCs don't feel pain and can't get infections, so don't worry about administering anesthetics or washing your hands.

Mechanical Surgeries
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Bio-chip Removal (Synthethics)
BioChip Case.png
Removing bio-chips from the body.
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Cybernetic Appearance Customization
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For when the Unbranded style doesn't look good after all.
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Cybernetic Repair
Welderon.gif
Fixing mechanical arms, legs, hands and feet.
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Identity Configuration
Cyborg analyzer.png
Renaming and Re-Gendering.
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Internal Component Manipulation
Positronicbrain.gif
Mending, removal, and insertion of posibrains, microbatteries, optical sensors, and implants.
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Robotic Cavity Implant/Removal
Red crowbar.png
Removal of items from robotic body cavities.Not for implants or bio-chips.
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Robotic Limb Amputation
Multitool.png
The removal of Mechanical limbs.
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Robotic Limb Attachment
Cyborg Left Arm.png
Application of Mechanical limbs.

[Exit]

Bio-chip Removal (Synthethics)
Removing bio-chips from the body.

  1. Aim for the bio-chip location on the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to select the "Bio-chip Removal" Surgery.
  3. Use a Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to unlock the hatch on the limb.
  4. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to open the hatch on the limb.
  5. Use your Wirecutters.png Wirecutters to extract the bio-chip. This may take several goes.
  6. Use Red crowbar.png Crowbar to close the hatch on the limb.

[Exit]

Cybernetic Appearance Customization
For when the Unbranded style doesn't look good after all.

  1. Aim for the patient's correct Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to select the "Cybernetic Appearance Customization" Surgery.
  3. Use a Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to unlock the hatch on the limb.
  4. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to open the hatch on the limb.
  5. Use a Multitool.png Multitool to reprogram the limbs appearance.
  6. Select the company appearance. The most common appearance among IPCs being Morpheus Cybernetics.
  7. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to close the hatch on the limb.

[Exit]

Cybernetic Repair
Fixing mechanical arms, legs, hands and feet.

  1. Aim for the patient's correct Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to select the "Cybernetic Repair" Surgery.
  3. Use a Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to unlock the hatch on the limb.
  4. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to open the hatch on the limb.
  5. Use a Welder.png Welding tool to repair Brute damage and use CableCoils.png Cable coil to repair burn damage.
  6. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to close the hatch on the limb.

[Exit]

Identity Configuration
Renaming and Re-Gendering.

  1. Aim for the patient's head on the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to select the "Identity Reconfiguration" Surgery.
  3. Use a Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to unlock the hatch on the limb.
  4. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to open the hatch on the limb.
  5. Use a Multitool.png Multitool to reprogram the identity.
  6. Type in a new name and select the correct Gender.
  7. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to close the hatch on the limb.

[Exit]

Internal Component Manipulation
Mending, removal, and insertion of posibrains, microbatteries, optical sensors, and implants.

  1. Aim for the patient's correct Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to select the "Internal Cybernetic Manipulation" Surgery.
  3. Use a Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to unlock the hatch on the limb.
  4. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to open the hatch on the limb.
  5. (Optional) Use a Multitool.png Multitool to remove Components. For Borgification simply remove the Positronicbrain.gif Positronic brain and place the positronic brain in an empty cyborg exoskeleton, or give the positronic brain to a Roboticist.
  6. (Optional) While holding a Component or Implant: Insert the Component inside.
  7. (Optional) While holding a Positronicbrain.gif Positronic Brain, or a MMI.png Man Machine Interface: Insert the brain inside;
  8. (Optional) Repair the affected component with Nanopaste.png Nanopaste, or alternatively use a Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver.
  9. (Optional) Use a Welder.png Welding tool to repair Brute damage and use CableCoils.png Cable coil to repair burn damage.
  10. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to close the hatch on the limb.

[Exit]

Robotic Cavity Implant/Removal
Removal of items from robotic body cavities.

  1. Aim for the implant location on the Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to select the "Robotic Cavity Implant/Removal" Surgery.
  3. Use a Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to unlock the hatch on the limb.
  4. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to open the hatch on the limb.
  5. (Insertion) While holding an Item: Insert the item inside.
  6. (Extraction) With an open hand: Click the patient to check for items inside the cavity.
  7. Use a Welder.png Welder to mend the cavity.
  8. Use a Red crowbar.png Crowbar to close the hatch on the limb.

[Exit]

Robotic Limb Amputation
The removal of Mechanical limbs.

  1. Aim for the patient's correct Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. Use the Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to select the "Robotic Limb Amputation" Surgery.
  3. Use a Multitool.png Multitool to remove the targeted limb.

[Exit]

Robotic Limb Attachment
Application of Mechanical limbs.

  1. Aim for the patient's correct Damage zone.png Damage Zone.
  2. (Optional) Use the Screwdriver tool.png Screwdriver to select the "Apply Robotic or Synthetic Limb" Surgery.
  3. Apply the robotic limb, or a new limb printed from your Exofab.png Exosuit Fabricator.