Who

A'lira

What

The equipment for eyewash for dragons is finally complete!

None

When

It is before dawn of the fourth day of the third month of the twelfth turn of the 12th pass.
In Igen: It is the fourth day of Spring and 42 degrees. It is a bright, sunny day.

Where

Dragonheaer's Yard, Igen Weyr

OOC Date 11 Oct 2017 05:00

 

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Dragonhealer's Yard

Painfully elegant, a stubborn brand of cleanliness is retained in the gentle colors of faded murals and various curtains hung from the rusted metal poles meant to shelter injured dragons on spacious couches lining the permanently soot-stained limestone walls. Of a dusty no-color somewhere between brown and gold, the floor extends onward, fading beneath ragged cabinets built to withstand anything from lashing draconic tails to various medicinal spills.


He's finally managed to get a proper portable eye wash skin going. A bit smaller than originally planned, it's the size of a herdbeast’s bladder, the bag flexible, the hose shorter and more stiff — easier to upend so that one isn't dependent on gravity to administer the draught. Made of thin leather, it's a deep reddish tan in color, and is durable enough to withstand hard use and travel.
Instructions for use and the solution are also geared toward those without extensive healer training:

If at all possible, administration should be done from above the dragon’s head, with the hose pointed downward over the dragon’s eye. DO NOT TOUCH THE TIP TO THE EYE. Administer all the saltwater solution, then check the eye. If grittiness or debris persists, mix (whatever mix appropriate: needs to be looked up ooc) more and flush again. Draught should be cool, but not cold. Have a dragonhealer check the eye thoroughly after to assure no injury to the eye.

The final product is now in a place of honor in the Dragonhealer Yard, awaiting approval by the Weyrleader.

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