By James White
Code Blue - Emergency: A area basic Novel
280pp. quarter normal medical institution was once ready for something - other than the alien criteria in their most recent trainee.Keywords: technological know-how Fiction zone basic
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Visiting as well as hospital medics and psychologists had given it a going over, and continued to do so, as did the interns and nurses of all the life-forms represented on the staff. It had been probed, pried into, and unmercifully pounded by trainees of varying degrees of gentleness, and it loved every minute of it. The hospital’s teaching staff were happy with the arrangement and so was the Chalder. “Nobody mentions going home to it anymore,” O’Mara ended. ” “Yes,” Cha Thrat said. O’Mara made another untranslatable noise and she went on quickly.
The proportion suggested by their noxious Nidian tutor, Cresk-Sar, was ninety-nine percent. Sector General’s corridors held fewer terrors for her now, and she was trying to decide whether to go exploring or continue studying when her door signal sounded. ” she called. ” “I hope that question refers to my purpose in calling,” the Kelgian trainee said as it undulated into the room, “and not another expression of doubt regarding my ideality. ” Cha Thrat also knew that no reply was often the best reply.
No, to both of you,” the Earth-human said firmly. “I don’t want our friend to be frightened or unsettled by too many comings and goings within the ward. And Hredlichli, if your protective suit were to rupture, contact with water is instantly lethal to a chlorine-breather, as you very well know. ” Patient AUGL-One Sixteen was silent but no longer still. It was rushing at them like a gigantic, organic tor-pedo, except that torpedoes did not have suddenly opening mouths. Frantically they swam apart so as to give the attacking Chalder two targets instead of one, the theory being that while it was disposing of one the other might have enough time to make it to the safety of the Nurses’ Station.