One of my characters--inhuman, capable of healing himself after injury, though not instantaneously, and not without a great deal of pain--is brutally beaten in hand-to-hand combat with a supernatural entity that damages a lot of internal organs--it's mentioned he pisses blood for a week--and breaks nearly every bone in his body excepting his extremities. Shattered ribs and legs, snapped collarbones, broken shoulder blades, etc. including his back: broken in five places, though the spinal cord is intact. The fact he even survives is counted a miracle. He's looked after by the main character, who's fighting on more than one front and exhausted from constant vigilance. Keep in mind, she's in no position to find any kind of medical care beyond first aid, some medical equipment, and painkillers, nor is she a skilled caretaker, and she has to hole up in a ruin with little comfort besides a stolen cot and piles of matting and blankets, a space heater, and jerry-rigged fridge for medical supplies. My question is, how would the main character go about providing any kind of rudimentary care? Should she simply keep him immobilized, clean open wounds, provide painkillers, and hope to hell he can stay alive? He'd be down for thirty days or so, near death and delusional but slowly recovering, so there's the issue of pressure sores, and she can't really alleviate that for fear of wrenching his spine.