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SCP-1394 - Doctor''s Syringe
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SCP-1394-1

Item: SCP-1394

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-1394-1 is to be kept in a standard security locker at Site 19. Level 4 Clearance is required for conducting experiments.

When initiated, SCP-1394-2''s activity is to be left uninterrupted until completion. Although SCP-1394-2 has not shown direct hostility to Foundation personnel, personnel are to avoid physical contact with SCP-1394-2 and allow it to demanifest normally. If SCP-1394-2 is spotted leaving Site 19, a task force should be assigned to follow SCP-1394-2 to its destination.

Personnel treated by SCP-1394-2 are to be kept at Site 19 for long-term observation.

Description: SCP-1394-1 is an old-fashioned brass syringe, 100 cc. It actively resists attempts at disassembly by exerting forces to counteract any pulling action, although no evidence suggests that the item is indestructible. SCP-1394-1 bears a number of scratch marks, some of which were inflicted through Foundation testing.

SCP-1394-1 is always filled with a saline solution, refilling itself after being used. No other anomalous effects occur until the next injection given with SCP-1394-1 to a patient afflicted with a disease or condition (See Addendum 1394-A), in which secondary effects begin to occur after the patient sleeps.

On the next occasion that the patient enters REM sleep, an entity known as SCP-1394-2 will appear in or enter the subject''s current room. This entity looks like a balding, middle-aged man dressed as an early 20th Century rural German doctor with a gray smock. SCP-1394-2 also carries a black leather satchel containing various pieces of equipment. SCP-1394-2 will operate on the subject, attempting to treat the disease or condition (the procedure is lethal in approximately 42.3% of cases). The operation itself varies depending on the condition to be treated, other than the first step, which is the administration of an unknown drug which immediately induces a form of sleep paralysis in the victim, preventing the victim from voluntarily moving until roughly one (1) hour after the operation.

Once the operation is completed, SCP-1394-2 exits the room and begins to walk away, hurrying around corners if pursued. Once SCP-1394-2 is no longer visible either remotely or directly, it will vanish completely until the next time SCP-1394-1 is activated.

Examples of "treatments" provided by SCP-1394-2 include removal of the liver, amputation of limbs, and [DATA EXPUNGED]. About 90% of survivors show development of post-traumatic-stress-disorder in psychological exams following the event.

1394-A
Name: Dr. T█████
Subject: 1 D-Class Personnel D-1394-1 diagnosed with Hepatitis B.
Procedure: Dr. T█████ will administer SCP-1394-1 to the subject. Subject will be placed in a medical ward and observed via remote camera.
Result: SCP-1394-2 appeared from behind a piece of furniture in the room. SCP-1394-2 proceeded to cut the subject open with a large knife, remove the subject''s liver, and place the removed liver in a satchel. SCP-1394-2 stitched the subject''s wounds, gathered its equipment, and left through the door. Subject died next day.

1394-B
Name: Dr. T█████
Subject: 1 D-Class Personnel D-1394-2 diagnosed with lung cancer.
Procedure: Dr. T█████ will administer SCP-1394-1 to the subject. Subject will be placed on the floor of a medical ward with all furniture removed and observed via remote camera.
Result: SCP-1394-2 entered through the door, proceeding to open the subject''s chest cavity, remove the relevant lung (placing the removed lung in a satchel afterward), then exit the room via the door. Subject complained about breathing problems and shortness of breath until termination at the end of the month.

1394-C
Name: Dr. T█████
Subject: 1 D-Class Personnel D-1394-3 diagnosed with the common cold.
Procedure: Dr. T█████ will administer SCP-1394-1 to the subject. Subject will be placed on the floor of a medical ward with the door locked and all furniture removed. Subject is to be observed via four (4) remote cameras, one placed at each corner of the room.
Result: SCP-1394-2 entered normally through the door and proceeded to operate, opening the subject''s chest cavity, attaching an old-fashioned hand pump and a second unidentified apparatus to the subject''s arteries. Subject died of exsanguination during the procedure, resulting in SCP-1394-2''s early departure. Corpse was successfully incinerated. The door remained locked after SCP-1394-2''s departure, although SCP-1394-2 was not observed locking the door while leaving.

1394-D
Name: Dr. D█████
Subject: 1 D-Class Personnel D-1394-4 diagnosed with tuberculosis.
Procedure: Dr. D█████ will administer SCP-1394-1 to the subject. Subject is then to be placed in a medical ward with furniture removed and observed via four (4) remote cameras, one in each corner. Agents █████ and ████ stationed on both sides of the door.
Result: SCP-1394-2 appeared inside the room behind Agent █████ and proceeded to operate. Agent █████ shouted verbal threats but was pushed aside by SCP-1394-2. SCP-1394-2 then administered the contents of a white canister in an unknown medical procedure. Agent █████ attempted to stop SCP-1394-2 but he was subdued and left unconscious on the floor until the procedure was completed. Agent ████ was heard yelling through the door but failed to enter the room. When finished treating D-1394-4, SCP-1394-2 exited the room through the door and vanished around a corner while being pursued by Agents ████ and █████.

Subject recovered without additional complications and was successfully terminated at the end of the month.

1394-E
Name: Dr. D█████
Subjects: 2 D-Class Personnel: D-1394-5 is diagnosed with tuberculosis, D-1394-6 is diagnosed with chronic blindness.
Procedure: Dr. D█████ will administer SCP-1394-1 to D-1394-5 and then to D-1394-6. Both subjects are then to be placed in medical ward and observed via remote camera.
Result: SCP-1394-2 appeared in the medical ward at the time that D-1394-5 entered REM sleep and applied the sleep paralysis drug to D-1394-5. SCP-1394-2 then treated D-1394-5 in an identical fashion to D-1394-4 and waited until D-1394-6 entered REM sleep before administering the sleep paralysis drug and operating. D-1394-6''s eyes were gouged out and replaced with [REDACTED]. D-1394-6 was terminated immediately after the experiment. D-1394-5 was successfully terminated at the end of the month.

1394-F
Name: Dr. P██████
Subject: 1 D-Class Personnel D-1394-7 with ingrown toenails.
Procedure: Dr. D██████ will administer SCP-1394-1 to the subject. Standard procedure.
Result: SCP-1394-2 appeared in the room and proceeded to operate, using a partially rusted knife to remove much of D-1394-7''s offending toenails, storing the toenail clippings in a satchel. Subject died of toenail infection three days after experiment.
Note from Dr. P██████: SCP-1394-2 appears to treat conditions other than diseases. We should do more experiments.

Addendum 1394-A: In light of additional experiments (detailed in Experiment Log 1394-B), SCP-1394-2 has been found to treat minor conditions, mental illnesses, and genetic imperfections if no pathogenic disease is found. SCP-1394-2 will only treat one condition at a time and prioritizes historical diseases such as smallpox, dysentery, malaria, and bubonic plague.

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