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╔Notes═══════════════════════════════
║Sorted by: Date / Time / Origin / Subject
╟────────────────────────────────────
║✇ 10/24/2277, 15:12JST, HoloDoc, Wasteland Survival
║Guide: Gensokyo Edition
CHAPTER FIVE—RADIATION (☢): Let's Go Sunning'
║➥Note: The below reference ranges are for normal
║human populations. The immunocompromised (e.g.,
║HIV+, receiving chemotherapy, diagnosed with myelo-
║proliferative disorders, receiving corticosteroids
║or other immune-suppressing drugs), children, the
║elderly, the malnourished, those who have renal
║disease, and those with ongoing infections are at
║increased risk of developing more serious forms of
║radiation sickness. Likewise, those who have con-
║trolled food absorbency problems, who are on mech-
║anical ventilation, who receive IV food & liquids,
║who wear sunscreen, use diuretics, iodine tablets,
║or chelating agents may fraction or decrease their
║radiation dose, without affecting the intensity
║and course of the syndrome per se. This also
║includes the effects of Rad-X. Once exposure
║occurs, the amount of the 'creeping dose' is the
║only factor that is important in judging the na-
║tural course of the poisoning.
║Metahumans seem to be affected by radiation more in-
║tensely than humans, but in different ways, although
║the effect we've seen is weak and interpersonal var-
║iation is high. In theory metahumans would be more
║susceptible to direct damage and mutation as their
║typically chimeric DNA is poorly protected by in-
║trinsic repair mechanisms, but likewise they would
║protected from disease by their heterogeneous and
║rapidly mutating genes. This is all theoretical;
║without more data it is impossible to predict ex-
║actly how to stratify risk for nonhumans. For eth-
║ical reasons, said data might never be re-
║corded.
║We find another exception to the standard model in
║feral fairy test populations and many of the more
║successful mutant animal populations that make up
║the unique fauna & ecology of post-War Gensokyo.
║The suggestion that radiation may improve
wound healing in said animal or feral pop-
║ulations however is currently unsubstantiated.
║This is clearly not true for true youkai.
║Anecdotes actually suggest that they are more
susceptible to radiation, but this is us-
║ually compensated by their increased resist-
ance to toxins and disease. In any case
║Not even these 'rad' animals or the ferals are
║completely immune to the effects of radiation as
║looking at any average Wasteland beast shows a
║host of disfiguring, radiation-induced dermato-
║logical problems. Like any other manifestation
║of the chronic effects of radiation poisoning,
║these skin dermatoses resulting from chronic ex-
║posure are beyond the scope of this report.
║One interesting challenge comes not from exper-
║iments and observation, but from a careful read-
║ing of pre-War literature. It was known that
║some living organisms can be extremely resistant
║to ionizing radiation, and that some extremo-
║philes, like radiotrophic cave fungus, can act-
║ually use it for energy production. I'm told
║this is analogous to how we can use uranium in-
║side a nuclear reactor to produce electricity—
║the fact however does not make uranium exposure
║any less harmful to the individual, and his
║genes, no matter how 'rad resistant' he claims
║to be.
║I would like to express my gratitude to Mokou-
║no-Fujiwara and the Scarlet Devil zaibatsu
║for their help in preparing this critical sec-
║tion of the Wasteland Survival Guide: Gensokyo
║Edition.
║Have fun in the sun!
║— 稗田-の-阿住求
║(Ajukyu-no-Hieda, 19th Child of Miare)
╟0-19㎭───────────────────────────────
║➥No symptoms
╟20-49㎭──────────────────────────────
Subclinical radiation sickness
║➥Subacute ('prodromal') phase (symptoms 6–12
║hrs after exposure for 1–6 hrs)
║ ➥Somatic symptoms:
║  ➥Mild headache
║  ➥Mild nausea
║  ➥Mild fatigue
║ ➥Rad-Away is still effective at this point
║➥Latent phase (2–14 days after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count drops temp-
║  orarily
║   ➥Biological resistance: -5%
║  ➥Efforts must be made to prevent infection
║   ➥Isolation from the sick; sanitation &
║   proper wound-dressing important
║   ➥Confirmed infections should be treated
║   aggressively with antibiotics
║  ➥No damage to bone marrow
║ ➥Reproductive:
║  ➥Decreased sperm motility in males
║➥Acute phase (15–21 days after exposure)
║ ➥Neuropsychiatric:
║  ➥10% chance of mild symptoms
║   ➥Irritability
║   ➥Malaise
║   ➥Mild cognitive impairment
║   ➥Insomnia
║ ➥Gastrointestinal:
║  ➥10% chance of mild-to-moderate diarrhea
║  with tarry stool
║   ➥Persistent diarrhea may lead to dehy-
║   dration & anemia
║   ➥High fluid & iron intake advised
║ ➥Nephrological:
║  ➥25% chance of dark, cloudy urine
║   ➥Diuretics indicated only if patient is
║   at risk
║   ➥Blood electrolytes must be monitored
║  ➥10% chance of bloody urine
║   ➥Diuretics indicated if antibiotics are
║   used concomitantly
║➥Convalescence (3 weeks after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count returns to
║  baseline
║➥Succinct effects of poisoning
║ ➥☠ P-RES: -0%
║ ➥☣ B-RES: -5%
║ ➥⇥ DR: -0
╟50-99㎭──────────────────────────────
Mild radiation sickness
║➥LD-10/30
║➥Subacute ('prodromal') phase (symptoms 5–10
║hrs after exposure for 6–12 hrs)
║ ➥Somatic symptoms:
║  ➥Mild-to-moderate headache
║  ➥Mild-to-moderate nausea
║  ➥Fatigue
║ ➥Rad-Away is still effective at this point
║➥Latent ('walking ghost') phase (2–13 days
║after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count drops for a
║  sustained period
║   ➥Biological resistance: -10%
║  ➥Platelet production temporarily impaired
║   ➥Damage resistance -2
║  ➥ Special effort must be made to prevent
║  infection
║   ➥Isolation from the sick is recommended
║   ➥Confirmed infections should be treated
║   aggressively with antibiotics
║   ➥Injection of cultured leukocytes may
║   obviate immunosuppression
║  ➥Damage to bone marrow damage generally
║ reversible
║ ➥Reproductive:
║  ➥Decreased sperm motility in males
║  ➥Spontaneous abortion in first trimester
║  pregnancies
║ ➥Other:
║  ➥Transient hair thinning on scalp
║➥Acute ('killing') phase (14–21 days
║ after exposure)
║ ➥Neuropsychiatric:
║  ➥25% chance of mild symptoms
║   ➥Irritability
║   ➥Malaise
║   ➥Mild cognitive impairment
║   ➥Insomnia
║ ➥Gastrointestinal:
║  ➥25% chance of mild-to-moderate diarrhea
║  with tarry stool
║   ➥Persistent diarrhea may lead to dehy-
║   dration & anemia
║   ➥High fluid & iron intake advised for
║   the afflicted
║  ➥10% chance of severe diarrhea with
║  bloody stool
║   ➥Oral electrolyte & fluid replacement
║   indicated
║   ➥Persistent bleeding may require a
║   transfusion
║ ➥Nephrological:
║  ➥50% chance of dark, cloudy urine
║   ➥Diuretics indicated only if patient is
║   at risk
║  ➥25% chance of bloody urine
║   ➥Blood electrolytes must be monitored
║   ➥Diuretics indicated if antibiotics are
║   used concomitantly
║  ➥Blood toxins rise transiently because of
║   renal impairment
║   ➥Poison resistance: -5%
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count drops slightly
║   ➥Biological resistance: -10%
║  ➥Increased bleeding risk from platelet in-
║  hibition
║   ➥Damage resistance: -2
║  ➥Anemia may develop if there is bleeding;
║  resolved by fluid intake
║➥Convalescence (3–4 weeks after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Anemia generally self-resolves
║   ➥Symptomatic treatment requires blood trans-
║   fusion
║  ➥Platelet function is restored by surviving
║  bone marrow
║  ➥Endogenous white blood cell count rises again
║➥Succinct effects of poisoning
║ ➥☠ P-RES: -5%
║ ➥☣ B-RES: -10%
║ ➥⇥ DR: -2
╟100-199㎭────────────────────────────
Light radiation poisoning
║➥LD-25/30
║➥Subacute ('prodromal') phase (symptoms 4–8
║hrs after exposure for 12–24 hrs)
║ ➥Somatic symptoms:
║  ➥Mild-to-moderate headache
║  ➥Mild-to-moderate nausea
║  ➥Fatigue
║ ➥Rad-Away is still effective at this point
║➥Latent ('walking ghost') phase (2–12 days
║after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count drops sig-
║  nificantly
║  ➥Platelet production impaired for a sus-
║  tained period
║  ➥Special effort must be taken to prevent
║  infection
║   ➥Isolation from the sick recommended
║   ➥Confirmed infections should be treated
║   aggressively with antibiotics
║   ➥Injection of cultured leukocytes may
║   obviate immunosuppression
║  ➥Significant risk of permanent bone mar-
║  row damage
║ ➥Reproductive:
║  ➥Temporary sterility in males
║  ➥Spontaneous abortion in first & second
║  trimester pregnancies
║ ➥Other:
║  ➥Hair thinning on the scalp is common
║➥Acute ('killing') phase (13–28 days af-
║ter exposure)
║ ➥Neuropsychiatric:
║  ➥50% chance of mild symptoms
║   ➥Irritability
║   ➥Malaise
║   ➥Mild cognitive impairment
║   ➥Insomnia
║ ➥Gastrointestinal:
║  ➥50% chance of mild-to-moderate dia-
║  rrhea with tarry stool
║   ➥Persistent diarrhea may lead to de-
║   hydration & anemia
║   ➥High fluid & iron intake advised
║   for the afflicted
║  ➥25% chance of severe diarrhea with
║  bloody stool
║   ➥Fluids & electrolytes may be re-
║   quired if diarrhea continues
║   ➥Persistent bleeding may require a
║   transfusion
║  ➥10% chance of intestinal necrosis
║  with bloody, tarry diarrhea
║   ➥IV fluids & electrolytes mainten-
║   ance required
║   ➥Intensive blood monitoring is re-
║   quired
║   ➥90% of so afflicted will develop
║   neutropenic sepsis  
║    ➥Untreated septic shock leads to
║    multiple organ failure & death
║     ➥50% all-cause mortality even with
║     treatment
║    ➥Fever with sudden and intense onset
║    ➥Profuse sweating and bacteremia
║    ➥Hyperpyrexia (body temp >106.7 °F)
║    is common
║     ➥Requires antipyretics and immedi-
║     ate ice-water immersion
║ ➥Nephrological:
║  ➥75% chance of dark, cloudy urine
║   ➥Diuretics indicated only if patient
║   is at risk
║  ➥50% chance of bloody urine
║   ➥Blood electrolytes must be monitored
║   ➥Diuretics indicated if antibiotics
║   are used concomitantly
║  ➥10% chance of mild-to-moderate hemor-
║  rhaging
║   ➥Diuretics & hemofiltration required
║  ➥Blood toxins rise for a sustained per-
║  iod because of renal impairment
║   ➥Poison resistance: -10%
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count drops
║  significantly
║   ➥Biological resistance: -25%
║  ➥Temporary risk of severe bleeding
║  from platelet loss
║   ➥Damage resistance -5
║   ➥5% chance of uncontrollable extern-
║   al bleeding
║    ➥Gums
║    ➥Nail-beds
║    ➥Poor wound healing
║   ➥Internal hemorrhaging in various
║   organs
║    ➥5% chance of mild-to-moderate hemor-
║    rhaging
║  ➥Anemia may be corrected by iron & flu-
║  id intake
║➥Convalescence (4–6 weeks after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Anemia may become symptomatic before
║  bone marrow regenerates
║   ➥Symptomatic treatment requires regular
║   blood transfusion
║  ➥Platelet function is restored by sur-
║  viving bone marrow
║  ➥Endogenous white blood cell count rises
║  slowly
║  ➥Bone marrow transplant may be required,
║  or recovery will be slow
║➥Succinct effects of poisoning
║ ➥☠ P-RES: -10%
║ ➥☣ B-RES: -25%
║ ➥⇥ DR: -5
╟200-299㎭────────────────────────────
Moderate radiation poisoning
║➥LD-50/30
║➥Subacute ('prodromal') phase (symptoms 3–6
║hrs after exposure for 12–24 hrs)
║ ➥Somatic symptoms:
║  ➥Mild-to-moderate headache
║  ➥Mild-to-moderate nausea with or without
║  vomiting
║  ➥Fatigue
║ ➥Rad-Away is still effective at this point
║➥Latent ('walking ghost') phase (2–11 days
║after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥White blood cell production greatly im-
║  paired
║  ➥Platelet production impaired significant-
║  ly
║  ➥Significant efforts must be made to pre-
║  vent overwhelming infection
║   ➥Isolation from the sick; sanitation &
║   proper wound-dressing important
║   ➥Broad-spectrum antibiotics must be ini-
║   tiated on first sign of infection
║   ➥Injection of cultured leukocytes may ob-
║   viate immunosuppression
║  ➥Some of the body's bone marrow is perman-
║  ently destroyed
║   ➥Bone marrow transplant will be needed
║   ➥Eventual anemia will set in from lowered
║   production of red blood cells
║   ➥Stem cell & cloning technology can poten-
║   tially stop progression here
║ ➥Reproductive:
║  ➥Temporary sterility in males
║  ➥Spontaneous abortion in pregnant females
║  ➥10% chance of permanent sterility in fe-
║  males
║ ➥Other:
║  ➥Partial hair loss on the scalp
║➥Acute ('killing') phase (12–35 days after
║exposure)
║ ➥Neuropsychiatric:
║  ➥75% chance of mild symptoms
║   ➥Irritability
║   ➥Malaise
║   ➥Mild cognitive impairment
║   ➥Insomnia
║  ➥10% chance of moderately severe symptoms
║   ➥Uncontrollable aggression
║   ➥Ideas of reference
║   ➥Hallucination
║   ➥Catalepsy
║   ➥Stupor
║   ➥Severe cognitive impairment
║   ➥Retrograde amnesia
║   ➥Tremor
║ ➥Gastrointestinal:
║  ➥75% chance of diarrhea with tarry stool
║   ➥Persistent diarrhea may lead to dehy-
║   dration & anemia
║   ➥High fluid & iron intake advised for
║   the afflicted
║  ➥50% chance of severe diarrhea with
║  bloody stool
║   ➥Fluids & electrolytes may be required
║   if diarrhea continues
║   ➥Persistent bleeding may require a
║   transfusion
║  ➥25% chance of intestinal necrosis with
║  bloody, tarry diarrhea
║   ➥IV fluids & electrolytes maintenance
║   required
║   ➥Intensive blood monitoring is required
║   ➥90% of so afflicted will develop neu-
║   tropenic sepsis  
║    ➥Untreated septic shock leads to multi-
║    ple organ failure & death
║     ➥50% all-cause mortality even with
║     treatment
║    ➥Fever with sudden and intense onset
║    ➥Profuse sweating and bacteremia
║    ➥Hyperpyrexia (body temp >106.7 °F) is
║    common
║     ➥Requires antipyretics and immediate
║     ice-water immersion
║ ➥Nephrological–hepatological:
║  ➥90% chance of dark, cloudy urine
║   ➥Diuretics indicated only if patient is
║   at risk
║  ➥75% chance of bloody urine
║   ➥Blood electrolytes must be monitored
║   ➥Diuretics indicated if antibiotics are
║   used concomitantly
║  ➥25% chance of mild-to-moderate hemor-
║  rhaging
║   ➥Diuretics & hemofiltration required
║  ➥10% chance of moderate-to-severe hemor-
║  rhaging
║   ➥Dialysis required
║  ➥Blood toxins rise significantly because
║  of renal impairment
║   ➥Poison resistance: -25%
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count drops
║  greatly
║   ➥Biological resistance: -50%
║  ➥Aplastic anemia from destruction of
║  bone marrow sets in
║  ➥Mild thrombocytopenia results from
║  platelet loss
║   ➥Damage resistance -10
║   ➥10% chance of uncontrollable external
║   bleeding
║    ➥Gums
║    ➥Nail-beds
║    ➥Poor wound healing
║   ➥Internal hemorrhaging in various organs
║    ➥10% chance of mild-to-moderate hemor-
║    rhaging
║  ➥Anemia may be corrected by iron & IV
║  fluids
║➥Convalescence (5–8 weeks after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Anemia may become symptomatic before
║  bone marrow regenerates
║   ➥Symptomatic treatment requires regular
║   blood transfusion
║  ➥Platelet function largely restored by
║  surviving bone marrow
║  ➥Endogenous white blood cell count rises
║  slowly
║  ➥Bone marrow transplant will eventually be
║  required
║➥Succinct effects of poisoning
║ ➥☠ P-RES: -25%
║ ➥☣ B-RES: -50%
║ ➥⇥ DR: -10
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╟300-399㎭──────────────────────────
Moderately-severe radiation poisoning
║➥LD-75/30
║➥Subacute ('prodromal') phase (symptoms 2–4 hrs after expo-
║sure for 1–2 days)
║ ➥Somatic symptoms:
║  ➥Moderate headache
║  ➥Moderate-to-severe nausea with or without vomiting
║  ➥Torpor
║ ➥Rad-Away is still effective at this point
║➥Latent ('walking ghost') phase (2–10 days after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥White blood cell production severely impaired
║  ➥Platelet production is stunted
║  ➥Intensive efforts must be made to prevent overwhelming in-
║  fection
║   ➥Isolation from general population is strongly advised
║   ➥Prophylactic broad-spectrum antibiotics are indicated
║   ➥Injection of cultured leukocytes may obviate immunosup-
║   pression
║  ➥Significant amount of the body's bone marrow is permanent-
║  ly destroyed
║   ➥Bone marrow transplants will be needed
║   ➥Eventual anemia will set in from lowered production of
║   red blood cells
║   ➥Stem cell & cloning technology can potentially stop pro-
║   gression here
║ ➥Reproductive:
║  ➥Temporary sterility in males
║  ➥Spontaneous abortion in pregnant females
║  ➥25% chance of permanent sterility in females
║ ➥Other:
║  ➥Significant amount of hair loss over the entire body
║➥Acute ('killing') phase (11–42 days after exposure)
║ ➥Neuropsychiatric:
║  ➥90% chance of mild symptoms
║   ➥Irritability
║   ➥Malaise
║   ➥Temporary memory deficit
║   ➥Mild cognitive impairment
║   ➥Insomnia
║  ➥25% chance of moderately severe symptoms
║   ➥Uncontrollable aggression
║   ➥Ideas of reference
║   ➥Hallucination
║   ➥Catalepsy
║   ➥Stupor
║   ➥Severe cognitive impairment
║   ➥Retrograde amnesia
║   ➥Tremor
║ ➥Gastrointestinal:
║  ➥90% chance of diarrhea with tarry stool
║   ➥Persistent diarrhea may lead to dehydration & anemia
║   ➥High fluid & iron intake advised for the afflicted
║  ➥75% chance of severe diarrhea with bloody stool
║   ➥Fluids & electrolytes may be required if diarrhea contin-
║   ues
║   ➥Persistent bleeding may require a transfusion
║  ➥50% chance of intestinal necrosis with bloody, tarry diar-
║  rhea
║   ➥IV fluids & electrolytes maintenance required
║   ➥Intensive blood monitoring is required
║   ➥90% of so afflicted will develop neutropenic sepsis  
║    ➥Untreated septic shock leads to multiple organ failure
║    & death
║     ➥50% all-cause mortality even with treatment
║    ➥Fever with sudden and intense onset
║    ➥Profuse sweating and bacteremia
║    ➥Hyperpyrexia (body temp >106.7 °F) is common
║     ➥Requires antipyretics and immediate ice-water immersion
║ ➥Nephrological–hepatological symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of dark, cloudy urine
║   ➥Diuretics indicated only if patient is at risk
║  ➥90% chance of bloody urine
║   ➥Blood electrolytes must be monitored
║   ➥Diuretics indicated if antibiotics are used concomitantly
║  ➥50% chance of mild-to-moderate hemorrhaging in kidneys
║   ➥Diuretics & hemofiltration required
║  ➥25% chance of moderate-to-severe hemorrhaging in kidneys
║   ➥Dialysis required
║  ➥10% chance of precipitating hepatorenal syndrome
║   ➥Blood & urine monitoring required
║   ➥Liver failure requires immediate transplant
║   ➥Renal failure requires transplant or life-long dialysis
║  ➥Blood toxins rise greatly because of renal & hepatic im-
║  pairment
║   ➥Poison resistance: -50%
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count drops severely
║   ➥Biological resistance: -75%
║  ➥Aplastic anemia from destruction of bone marrow sets in
║   ➥Gangrene in may result from tissue anoxia
║  ➥Symptomatic thrombocytopenia results from platelet loss
║   ➥Damage resistance: -25
║   ➥25% chance of uncontrollable external bleeding
║    ➥Gums
║    ➥Nail-beds
║    ➥Poor wound healing
║     ➥Constant debridement is required to prevent infection
║   ➥Internal hemorrhaging in various organs
║    ➥25% chance of mild-to-moderate hemorrhaging
║    ➥10% chance of moderate-to-severe hemorrhaging
║  ➥Anemia must be corrected by blood transfusion
║➥Convalescence (6–10 weeks after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Untreated aplastic anemia can kill within months
║  from loss of erythrocytes
║   ➥Symptomatic treatment requires regular blood transfusion
║  ➥Platelet function largely restored by surviving bone mar-
║  row, but slowly
║  ➥Endogenous white blood cells are replaced at a very slow
║  rate
║  ➥Bone marrow transplant is required for full recovery
║➥Succinct effects of poisoning
║ ➥☠ P-RES: -50%
║ ➥☣ B-RES: -75%
║ ➥⇥ DR: -25
╟400-599㎭────────────────────────────
Severe radiation poisoning
║➥LD-90/30
║➥Subacute ('prodromal') phase (symptoms 1–2 hrs after expo-
║sure for 1–2 days)
║ ➥Somatic symptoms:
║  ➥Moderate-to-severe headache
║  ➥Severe nausea with occasional vomiting
║  ➥Torpor
║ ➥Rad-Away is still effective at this point
║➥Latent ('walking ghost') phase (2–9 days after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological symptoms:
║  ➥White blood cell production profoundly impaired
║  ➥Platelet production greatly impaired
║  ➥Intensive efforts must be made to prevent overwhelming sys-
║  temic infection
║   ➥Isolation from general population is strongly advised
║   ➥Prophylactic cocktail of broad-spectrum antibiotics is
║   indicated
║   ➥Antivirals & interferon indicated on first suspicion of
║   infection
║   ➥Injection of cultured leukocytes may obviate immunosup-
║   pression
║  ➥Significant amount of the body's bone marrow is perma-
║  nently destroyed
║   ➥Multiple bone marrow transplants will be needed
║   ➥Eventual anemia will set in from lowered production of
║   red blood cells
║   ➥Stem cell & cloning technology can potentially stop pro-
║   gression here
║ ➥Reproductive symptoms:
║  ➥Temporary sterility in males
║  ➥Spontaneous abortion in pregnant females
║  ➥50% chance of permanent sterility in females
║ ➥Other:
║  ➥Large amounts of hair loss over the entire body
║➥Acute ('killing') phase (10–49 days after exposure)
║ ➥Neuropsychiatric symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of mild symptoms
║   ➥Irritability
║   ➥Malaise
║   ➥Temporary memory deficit
║   ➥Mild cognitive impairment
║   ➥Insomnia
║  ➥50% chance of moderately severe symptoms
║   ➥Uncontrollable aggression
║   ➥Ideas of reference
║   ➥Hallucination
║   ➥Catalepsy
║   ➥Stupor
║   ➥Severe cognitive impairment
║   ➥Retrograde amnesia
║   ➥Tremor
║  ➥10% chance of severe symptoms
║   ➥Frank delirium
║   ➥Convulsive seizures
║   ➥Persistent catatonia
║   ➥Toxic encephalopathy
║   ➥Coma
║ ➥Gastrointestinal symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of diarrhea with tarry stool
║   ➥Persistent diarrhea may lead to dehydration & anemia
║   ➥High fluid & iron intake advised for the afflicted
║  ➥90% chance of severe diarrhea with bloody stool
║   ➥Fluids & electrolytes may be required if diarrhea con-
║   tinues
║   ➥Persistent bleeding may require a transfusion
║  ➥75% chance of intestinal necrosis with bloody, tarry diar-
║  rhea
║   ➥IV fluids & electrolytes maintenance required
║   ➥Intensive blood monitoring is required
║   ➥90% of so afflicted will develop neutropenic sepsis  
║    ➥Untreated septic shock leads to multiple organ failure
║    & death
║     ➥50% all-cause mortality even with treatment
║    ➥Fever with sudden and intense onset
║    ➥Profuse sweating and bacteremia
║    ➥Hyperpyrexia (body temp >106.7 °F) is common
║     ➥Requires antipyretics and immediate ice-water immersion
║ ➥Nephrological–hepatological symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of bloody, cloudy urine
║   ➥Blood electrolytes must be monitored
║   ➥Diuretics indicated if antibiotics are used concomitantly
║  ➥75% chance of mild-to-moderate hemorrhaging in kidneys
║   ➥Diuretics & hemofiltration required
║  ➥50% chance of moderate-to-severe hemorrhaging in kidneys
║   ➥Dialysis required
║  ➥25% chance of precipitating hepatorenal syndrome
║   ➥Blood & urine monitoring required
║   ➥Liver failure requires immediate transplant
║   ➥Renal failure requires transplant or life-long dialysis
║  ➥Severe systemic poisoning because of renal & hepatic im-
║  pairment
║   ➥Poison resistance: -75%
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count drops precipitously
║   ➥Biological resistance: -90%
║  ➥Aplastic anemia from destruction of bone marrow sets in
║   ➥Gangrene may result from tissue anoxia
║  ➥Significant thrombocytopenia results from platelet loss
║   ➥Damage resistance: -50
║   ➥50% chance of uncontrollable external bleeding
║    ➥Gums
║    ➥Nail-beds
║    ➥Poor wound healing
║     ➥Constant debridement is required to prevent infection
║   ➥Internal hemorrhaging in various organs
║    ➥50% chance of mild-to-moderate hemorrhaging
║    ➥25% chance of moderate-to-severe hemorrhaging
║  ➥Anemia must be corrected by regular blood transfusion
║➥Convalescence (7–12 weeks after exposure)
║  ➥Untreated aplastic anemia can kill within months from loss
║  of erythrocytes
║   ➥Symptomatic treatment requires regular blood transfusion
║  ➥Platelet function only partially restored by surviving
║  bone marrow
║  ➥Endogenous white blood cells are replaced at a very slow
║  rate
║  ➥Multiple bone marrow transplants required for full recovery
║➥Succinct effects of poisoning
║ ➥☠ P-RES: -75%
║ ➥☣ B-RES: -90%
║ ➥⇥ DR: -50
╟600-999㎭────────────────────────────
Critical radiation poisoning
║➥LD-99/30
║➥Subacute ('prodromal') phase (symptoms 30–60 min after expo-
║sure for 2 days)
║ ➥Somatic symptoms:
║  ➥Severe headache
║  ➥Severe nausea with recurrent vomiting
║  ➥Profound torpor
║ ➥Rad-Away is still effective at this point
║➥Latent ('walking ghost') phase (2–8 days after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological symptoms:
║  ➥White blood cell production almost entirely halted
║  ➥Platelet production severely impaired
║  ➥Exhaustive efforts must be made to prevent overwhelming
║  systemic infection
║   ➥Isolation in a completely sterile environment necessary
║   ➥Prophylactic cocktail of broad-spectrum antibiotics in-
║   dicated
║   ➥Other measures include: antifungals, steroids, interfer-
║   on, antivirals
║   ➥Injection of cultured leukocytes may help obviate immu-
║   nosuppression
║  ➥Much of the body's bone marrow is permanently destroyed
║   ➥Multiple bone marrow transplants needed over the entire
║   body
║   ➥Eventual anemia will set in from lowered production of
║   red blood cells
║   ➥Stem cell & cloning technology can potentially stop pro-
║   gression here
║ ➥Reproductive symptoms:
║  ➥Temporary sterility in males
║  ➥Spontaneous abortion in pregnant females
║  ➥75% chance of permanent sterility in females
║ ➥Other:
║  ➥Near total hair loss over the entire body
║➥Acute ('killing') phase (9–49 days after exposure for up to
║3 weeks)
║ ➥Neuropsychiatric symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of mild symptoms
║   ➥Irritability
║   ➥Malaise
║   ➥Temporary memory deficit
║   ➥Mild cognitive impairment
║   ➥Insomnia
║  ➥75% chance of moderately severe symptoms
║   ➥Uncontrollable aggression
║   ➥Ideas of reference
║   ➥Hallucination
║   ➥Catalepsy
║   ➥Stupor
║   ➥Serious cognitive impairment
║   ➥Retrograde amnesia
║   ➥Tremor
║  ➥25% chance of severe symptoms
║   ➥Frank delirium
║   ➥Convulsive seizures
║   ➥Persistent catatonia
║   ➥Toxic encephalopathy
║   ➥Coma
║ ➥Gastrointestinal symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of severe diarrhea with bloody stool
║   ➥Fluids & electrolytes may be required if diarrhea contin-
║   ues
║   ➥Persistent bleeding may require a transfusion
║  ➥90% chance of intestinal necrosis with bloody, tarry diar-
║  rhea
║   ➥IV fluids & electrolytes maintenance required
║   ➥Intensive blood monitoring is required
║   ➥90% of so afflicted will develop neutropenic sepsis  
║    ➥Untreated septic shock leads to multiple organ failure &
║    death
║     ➥50% all-cause mortality even with treatment
║    ➥Fever with sudden and intense onset
║    ➥Profuse sweating and bacteremia
║    ➥Hyperpyrexia (body temp >106.7 °F) is common
║     ➥Requires antipyretics and immediate ice-water immersion
║ ➥Nephrological–hepatological symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of bloody, cloudy urine
║   ➥Blood electrolytes must be monitored
║  ➥99% chance of mild-to-moderate hemorrhaging in kidneys
║   ➥Diuretics & hemofiltration required
║  ➥75% chance of moderate-to-severe hemorrhaging in kidneys
║   ➥Dialysis required
║  ➥50% chance of precipitating hepatorenal syndrome
║   ➥Blood & urine monitoring required
║   ➥Liver failure requires immediate transplant
║   ➥Renal failure requires transplant or life-long dialysis
║  ➥Profound systemic poisoning because of renal & hepatic imp-
║  airment
║   ➥Poison resistance: -90%
║ ➥Immunological–hematological symptoms:
║  ➥Total white blood cell count is almost zero
║   ➥Biological resistance: -95%
║  ➥Plastic anemia from destruction of bone marrow sets in
║   ➥Gangrene may result from tissue anoxia
║  ➥Severe thrombocytopenia results from platelet loss
║   ➥Damage resistance: -75
║   ➥75% chance of uncontrollable external bleeding
║    ➥Gums
║    ➥Nail-beds
║    ➥Mucosal linings
║    ➥Poor wound healing
║     ➥Constant debridement is required to prevent infection
║   ➥Internal hemorrhaging in various organs
║    ➥75% chance of mild-to-moderate hemorrhaging
║    ➥50% chance of moderate-to-severe hemorrhaging
║  ➥Anemia must be corrected by constant blood transfusion
║➥Convalescence (7–14 weeks after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Untreated aplastic anemia can kill within months from loss
║  of erythrocytes
║   ➥Symptomatic treatment requires regular blood transfusion
║  ➥Platelet function only partially restored by surviving
║  bone marrow
║  ➥White blood cell production is poor; patient permanently
║  immunocompromised
║  ➥Multiple bone marrow transplants required
║➥Succinct effects of poisoning
║ ➥☠ P-RES: -90%
║ ➥☣ B-RES: -95%
║ ➥⇥ DR: -75
╟1000-5000㎭──────────────────────────
Fatal radiation poisoning
║➥LD-99/14
║➥Subacute ('prodromal') phase (symptoms 15–30 min after expo-
║sure for 2 days)
║ ➥Somatic symptoms:
║  ➥Severe, analgesic-resistant headache
║  ➥Severe nausea with uncontrollable vomiting
║  ➥Profound torpor
║ ➥Rad-Away is still effective at this point
║➥Latent ('walking ghost') phase (2–6 days after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological symptoms:
║  ➥White blood cell production completely abolished
║  ➥Platelet production profoundly impaired
║  ➥Exhaustive efforts must be made to prevent overwhelming
║  systemic infection
║   ➥Isolation in a completely sterile environment necessary
║   ➥Cocktail of broad-spectrum antibiotics in heroic doses
║   are needed
║   ➥Other measures include antifungals, steroids, interfe-
║   ron, antivirals
║   ➥Phage therapy & injection of cultured leukocytes may be
║   lifesaving
║  ➥Destruction of bone marrow is almost total
║   ➥Large amounts of marrow must be cloned and implanted
║   ➥Eventual anemia will set in from lowered production of
║   red blood cells
║ ➥Reproductive symptoms:
║  ➥Temporary sterility in males
║  ➥Spontaneous abortion in pregnant females
║  ➥Permanent sterility in females
║ ➥Other symptoms:
║  ➥Total hair loss over the entire body
║➥Acute ('killing') phase (7–56 days after exposure)
║ ➥Neuropsychiatric symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of mild symptoms
║   ➥Irritability
║   ➥Malaise
║   ➥Temporary memory deficit
║   ➥Mild cognitive impairment
║   ➥Insomnia
║  ➥90% chance of moderately severe symptoms
║   ➥Uncontrollable aggression
║   ➥Ideas of reference
║   ➥Hallucination
║   ➥Catalepsy
║   ➥Stupor
║   ➥Serious cognitive impairment
║   ➥Retrograde amnesia
║   ➥Tremor
║  ➥50% chance of severe symptoms
║   ➥Frank delirium
║   ➥Convulsive seizures
║   ➥Persistent catatonia
║   ➥Toxic encephalopathy
║   ➥Coma
║ ➥Gastrointestinal symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of intestinal necrosis with bloody, tarry diar-
║  rhea
║   ➥IV fluids & electrolytes maintenance required
║   ➥Intensive blood monitoring is required
║   ➥90% of so afflicted will develop neutropenic sepsis  
║    ➥Untreated septic shock leads to multiple organ failure &
║    death
║     ➥50% all-cause mortality even with treatment
║    ➥Fever with sudden and intense onset
║    ➥Profuse sweating and bacteremia
║    ➥Hyperpyrexia (body temp >106.7 °F) is common
║     ➥Requires antipyretics and immediate ice-water immersion
║ ➥Nephrological–hepatological symptoms:
║  ➥99% chance of bloody, cloudy urine
║   ➥Blood electrolytes must be monitored
║  ➥99% chance of mild-to-moderate hemorrhaging in kidneys
║   ➥Diuretics & hemofiltration required
║  ➥90% chance of moderate-to-severe hemorrhaging in kidneys
║   ➥Dialysis required
║  ➥75% chance of precipitating hepatorenal syndrome
║   ➥Blood & urine monitoring required
║   ➥Liver failure requires immediate transplant
║   ➥Renal failure requires transplant or life-long dialysis
║  ➥Markedly impaired drug metabolism due to hepatorenal fail-
║  ure
║   ➥Poison resistance: -95%
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥White blood cell count is entirely absent
║   ➥Biological resistance: -99%
║  ➥Plastic anemia from destruction of bone marrow sets in
║   ➥Gangrene may result from tissue anoxia
║  ➥Profound thrombocytopenia results from platelet loss
║   ➥Damage resistance: -90
║   ➥90% chance of uncontrollable external bleeding
║    ➥Gums
║    ➥Nail-beds
║    ➥Mucosal linings
║    ➥Absent wound healing
║     ➥Constant debridement is required to prevent infection
║   ➥Internal hemorrhaging in various organs
║    ➥90% chance of mild-to-moderate hemorrhaging
║    ➥75% chance of moderate-to-severe hemorrhaging
║  ➥Anemia must be corrected by constant blood transfusion
║➥Convalescence (8–16 weeks after exposure)
║ ➥Immunological–hematological:
║  ➥Untreated aplastic anemia can kill within months from loss
║  of erythrocytes
║   ➥Symptomatic treatment requires regular blood transfusion
║  ➥Platelet function largely unrestored; remains at high risk
║  of bleeding
║  ➥White blood cell production is absent—permanently immuno-
║  compromised
║  ➥A large number of bone marrow transplants will be required ║  to restore blood homeostasis.
║➥Succinct effects of poisoning
║ ➥☠ P-RES: -95%
║ ➥☣ B-RES: -100%
║ ➥⇥ DR: -90
╟>5000㎭──────────────────────────────
║All observed subjects soon die from thermal burns sustained by
║radiating bodies. No formal data can be presented at this time
║on a hypothetical radiation sickness at these supralethal do-
║ses, but expectations would be shorter subacute and an absent
║latent phase, followed by a more intense acute phase where di-
║rect multiple organ failure is induced directly by radiation
║through pervasive apoptosis—programmed cell death—rather than
║through secondary septicemia (in fact, a dose this high would
║be expected is enough to destroy most pathogens in the body),
║most importantly in the cardiomyocytes responsible for heart
║muscle contraction and non-differentiating neurons leading to
║irreversible brain damage, exacerbating autonomic derangement.
║any treatment for doses this high would be entirely palliative.
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