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Mike
Bugbite mike

Gender

Male

Hobby

Entomology

Initial Heart Rate

120 BPM (Amateur Surgeon 3)
123 BPM (Amateur Surgeon: Re-Generations)

Time Limit

6:39 (Amateur Surgeon 3)
3:59 (Amateur Surgeon: Re-Generations)

BugBite Mike is a patient from Amateur Surgeon 3: Tag Team Trauma and is the 57th patient in Amateur Surgeon 4: Re-Generations. He is an entomologist who is very obsessed with studying insects.

Amateur Surgeon 3: Tag Team Trauma Edit

While inspecting a plane crash searching for survivors, Ophelia Payne finds Mike, who is covered in fire-covered mosquitoes. Mike explains that they are eating away at his spine, laying their larvae within him. Ophelia questions him as to why he is not more worried about his current condition, which he simply states that it's not everyday one can meet the larvae state of the rare mosquito.

Ophelia's Description Edit

OBSERVATIONS : I can barely tell where the bugs end and where Mike begins! If I was called "BugBite Ophelia", I'd think twice about any jungle expeditions. The hint's in the name!

Mike's a walking lesson in parasites. This guy's like catnip for bugs! He's BUGNIP! -ALAN

SYMPTOMS: Patient is alarmingly...on fire. I'm not sure whether I'm more concerned by that or the flaming maggots devouring his spine and internal organs

He also described a "burning sensation" when he pees, but I'm not sure that's the maggots. -ALAN

ACTION: Turns out exterminators AND firefighters don't do calls out in the middle of the jungle, so I guess this one's on me...Dammit.

I prepared for this! Your equipment's completely INflammable! YOU'RE WELCOME! -ALAN

Mike

Procedure Edit

Inside Mike you'll run into a bug known as the "fire maggot". Use the clamp to hold the maggot in place, then shock it with the car battery. (It can also be shocked without use of the clamp. However this will allow the maggot to retreat inside the body, where it will begin to continuously drain the heart rate unless it is either found with the scanner and cut out or until it does so on its own.) The maggot takes 3 shocks to kill, where it can then be removed. The other task to complete is to remove the damaged parts of the spine with the chainsaw to replace them.

Fire maggot example 1

Example of the clamp and shock combo

Fire maggot example 2

Shocking it without clamping it down first

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