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This is a unique operation on the patient's trachea, and introduces the magnifier. The tool behaves in a very different manner compared to its iterations in subsequent games. If, in ''UtK'', you have difficulty getting the magnifier to respond, try drawing a "C" instead of a closed circle.
 
This is a unique operation on the patient's trachea, and introduces the magnifier. The tool behaves in a very different manner compared to its iterations in subsequent games. If, in ''UtK'', you have difficulty getting the magnifier to respond, try drawing a "C" instead of a closed circle.
   
Drain any blood pools you encounter on magnification. You have a better bonus if fewer blood pools form, so the best way to go about this is to apply the antibiotic gel ''before'' burning away the polyps. As the gel in these games is long-lasting, the wounds from the burned polyps will be healed immediately by the gel cloud before any blood pools have a chance to form.
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Drain any blood pools you encounter on magnification, then burn off the polyps and seal the wounds with antibiotic gel. If any wounds bleed out due to being left alone too long, you'll have to drain the blood pools before you can apply the gel.
   
 
===Special Bonuses===
 
===Special Bonuses===
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*S:5000~5199
 
*S:5000~5199
 
*XS:5200~
 
*XS:5200~
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===Getting XS in ''SO''===
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Apply the gel ''before'' burning away the polyps. This allows the gel to immediately seal the wounds before any blood pools can form. Don't try to handle too many polyps at once, or you risk a blood pool forming which causes you to lose time.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 07:47, March 7, 2020

Singing the Blues is Episode 1-5 of Trauma Center: Under the Knife and Second Opinion.

StoryEdit

Derek shows up late and explains the operation procedure to his next patient. His lack of confidence leaves the patient a little shaken, and Angie tells him off for his inappropriate bedside manner.

OperationEdit

This is a unique operation on the patient's trachea, and introduces the magnifier. The tool behaves in a very different manner compared to its iterations in subsequent games. If, in UtK, you have difficulty getting the magnifier to respond, try drawing a "C" instead of a closed circle.

Drain any blood pools you encounter on magnification, then burn off the polyps and seal the wounds with antibiotic gel. If any wounds bleed out due to being left alone too long, you'll have to drain the blood pools before you can apply the gel.

Special BonusesEdit

UtKEdit

  • No mistakes
  • Fewer than 5 blood pools
  • Completed with 180 left
  • 3 COOL's earned

SOEdit

  • No mistakes: 1000
  • Fewer than [15/12/6] blood pools: 500
  • Completed with [150/180/210] left: 300
  • [1/2/3] COOL's earned: 200

Operation RankEdit

UtKEdit

  • S:7200~

SOEdit

  • C:~4199
  • B:4200~4599
  • A:4600~4999
  • S:5000~5199
  • XS:5200~

Getting XS in SOEdit

Apply the gel before burning away the polyps. This allows the gel to immediately seal the wounds before any blood pools can form. Don't try to handle too many polyps at once, or you risk a blood pool forming which causes you to lose time.

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