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Star Trek Drugs

With the new Science Division book that was released, I found something that could be of use here. A nice little list of common "Star Trek" drugs/meds.

It's not comprehensive but as I play both a medic and a sci officer I have use for them. So I figured others might as well. So I'm posting them here for usage.

Used immediately after a patient suffers a neurological
damage, like a spinal injury, this drug usually lessens the
effects of the damage.

This injectable drug is used as a local anesthetic to either
relieve localized pain or to permit localized surgery or other
potentially painful medical treatment.

Used to treat radiation poisoning by deadly theta radiation,
this drug can be given after exposure as a treatment or prior
to likely exposure as a preventative against radiation damage.

This gaseous anesthetic rapidly renders patients unconscious
and is sufficiently safe that it can also be used as a crowd
control agent to quell riots by safely knocking the rioters
unconscious. Both anesthizine and neurozine are very similar
drugs that can be used for the same purposes.

An antirejection drug used to prevent rejection of
transplanted tissue. To prevent a patient’s body from
rejecting a transplant, this drug must be given every few
hours throughout the entire healing process.

This powerful stimulant is used for patients experiencing
cardiac arrest, to revive unconscious or comatose patients,
or to stabilize patients who had come in contact with a
dangerously powerful chemical that is depressing their
metabolism. A more powerful version called tricordrazine
is also widely used. An overdose of cordrazine can
temporarily produce both delusions and violent paranoia.

An antibiotic often used to prevent secondary infections
caused by other illnesses.

This drug helps restore normal breathing functions in
humanoids who have stopped breathing due to injury.

This drug can be administered either as an injection or a
gel applied to the patient’s skin. It is used to treat first and
second-degree burns.

A broad-spectrum antitoxin that is commonly used when
someone has been poisoned by an unknown substance.

A common pain medication often used for headaches.

This drug is used as a general treatment for radiation
poisoning other than that caused by theta radiation. It can be
given by injection both prior to exposure as a preventative and
afterwards as a treatment. In gaseous form, it can safely be
used to treat large number of humanoids simultaneously by
introducing it into a starship’s or building’s air supply.

This drug is used to stabilize humanoid cardiovascular and
renal systems. When given in combination with hyronalin it
provides enhanced protection against radiation.

This common drug is injected to allow humanoids to function
more comfortably and safely in low oxygen environments.
It works by releasing oxygen directly into the patient’s
bloodstream. Each injection provides additional oxygen to
the patient for up to an hour or two.
Lieutenant Vanya - Science Officer - Zoology/XenoZoology

Lieutenant Junior Grade Zark – Security Officer – Combat Medic

Re: Star Trek Drugs

Reply #1
Ah, cool! Check this part of the Medical Department's page:

If there are more to add from the list above, it would be awesome! If you have the time, feel free to do it, Cosmos, or I can do it later on. Just let me know either way? :)


Auctor Lucan

Re: Star Trek Drugs

Reply #2
Oh Well that's a much longer list. Lol

Glancing at it the Tri-ox compound seems a bit different from Trioxin, and Dermaline seems a bit different but nope. You've got the vast majority already. I just hand't seen that yet.

Lieutenant Vanya - Science Officer - Zoology/XenoZoology

Lieutenant Junior Grade Zark – Security Officer – Combat Medic

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