An alien ship that has been observing earth, and humans in particular, for the past year has sustained catastrophic damage and crash lands on earth. While the alien ship has a crew of about 20 specialists, the damage was significant enough that all are injured, with injuries ranging from minor to life-threatening, including some deaths. Enough control was maintained during the crash-landing that the aliens were able to choose the location of landing (the Boston Airport) and send off a broad S.O.S. to humans. Could the humans give the aliens medical attention in a manner that would save lives or limit future complications?
Due to the incident and stresses of re-entry, all electrical/information storage systems onboard the ship are completely destroyed.
All of the aliens are specialists in a field and are researching some part of Earth, which means they have a college-level education including knowledge of their own anatomy, BUT
The medical bay was located on the bottom of the ship, which sustained the worst damage. The main doctor is dead, his two assistants are in critical condition and unconscious. No one conscious has studied medicine.
Fortunately, the alien researching human language is conscious, and can speak English passably. The translation work she has been doing for other departments includes some for the medical staff, giving her the equivalent human anatomy knowledge of a third grader. She has broken bones.
The aliens look like a cross between a human and a giant bird. They have some equivalent organs to birds/humans, but not all, and some functions are performed differently.
All injuries were directly caused by the crash, and all aliens were healthy beforehand.
This is presumed to happen present day.
They are aliens are helped by human doctors/vets who follow current medical ethical practices.