Medicines

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  • All current and future members of United Federation Starfleet Medical Branch

Medicines

(By category A-Z)

Analgesic

  • Asinolyathin: muscle spasm pain. 2 cc dose
  • Morphenolog: strong pain relief. 2.5 cc dose

Anesthetics

  • Anetrizine: local anesthetic. 10 cc dose
  • Melanex: short acting general anesthetic. 10 cc dose
  • Neurozine: general anesthetic, can be fatal. 5 cc dose

Burns

  • Dermaline: injectable drug prevention. 2 cc
  • Dermaline gel: burn prevention
  • Kelotane: treat burns. 3 cc dose

Cardiovascular

Lectrazine: stabilizes cardiac and renal systems of humanoids. 10 cc dose.

Gastroenterology

  • Antacid: relief of dyspepsia. 2 tablet dose.
  • Scopolamine: relief of nausea and motion sickness. 2cc dose.

Hormonal

  • Serotonin: increases sense of wellbeing. 5 cc dose
  • Tryptophan: increases sense of wellbeing. 5 cc dose

Neurological

  • Alkysine: neuro damage. 5 cc dose.
  • Trianoline: concussion. 4 cc dose

Preventative

  • Dermaline: Protection against burns. 5 cc dose.
  • L-Hyronalin: Radiation poisoning vaccine. 7cc dose.
  • Synthetic antigen: Anti-viral and anti-bacterial vaccine. 10 cc dose.
  • Synthetic antibodies: Anti-viral and anti-bacterial vaccine. 5 cc dose.

Pulmonary

  • Pulmozine: oxygen deprivation, stimulates breathing, asthma. 2.5 cc dose
  • Tryptophan-lysine distillate: respiratory infections. 5 cc dose

Radiation

  • Hyronalin: counters effects radiation poisoning. 5 cc dose.
  • L-Hyronalin: protect against radiation poisoning. 7cc dose.
  • Arithrazine: Theta radiaton poisoning. 2 cc dose

Resuscitative

  • Cortolin: resuscitate stopped breathing. 10 cc dose
  • Leporazine: used in extreme cases. 2 cc dose

Sedative

  • Sonambutril: unconsciousness for long. 2 cc dose
  • Kayolane: unconsciousness for few hours. 5 cc dose

Stimulant

  • Cordrazine: cardiac arrest. 2 cc dose
  • Polyadrenaline: revival of a patient who has died or is near death. 20 cc dose

(By Name A-Z)

  • Alkysine: neuro damage. 5 cc dose. (Neurological)
  • Antacid: relief of dyspepsia. 2 tablet dose. (Gastroenterology)
  • Asinolyathin: muscle spasms. 2 cc dose (Analgesic)
  • Arithrazine: Theta radiaton. 2 cc dose (Radiation)


  • Cordrazine: cardiac arrest. 2 cc dose (Cardiovascular)
  • Cortolin: stopped breathing. 10 cc dose (Resusitative)


  • Dermaline: prevent burns. 2 cc dose (Burns) (Preventative)
  • Dermaline gel: prevent burns (Burns) (Preventative)


  • Hyronalin: radiation poisoning. 5 cc dose. (Radiation)
  • Hyronalin–Lectrazine: radiation poisoning protection. 5cc. (Radiation) (Preventative)


  • Kayolane: unconsciousness few hours. 5 cc dose (Sedative)
  • Kelotane: treat burns. 3 cc dose (Burns)


  • Lectrazine: stabilizes cardiac and renal systems of humanoids. 10 cc. (Cardiovascular)
  • Leporazine: extreme cases. 2 cc dose (Resusitative)


  • Morphenolog: pain relief. 2.5 cc dose (Analgesic)


  • Polyadrenaline: revive patient died or near death. 20 cc dose (Cardiovascular)
  • Pulmozine: oxygen deprivation, stimulates breathing, asthma. 2.5 cc dose (Pulmonary)


  • Scopolamine: relief of nausea and motion sickness. 2cc dose. (Gastroenterology)
  • Serotonin: sense of wellbeing. 5 cc dose (Hormonal)
  • Sonambutril: unconsciousness for few hours. 2 cc dose (Sedative)
  • Synthetic antibodies: Anti-viral and anti-bacterial vaccine. 5 cc dose. (Preventative)
  • Synthetic antigen: Anti-viral and anti-bacterial vaccine. 10 cc dose. (Preventative)


  • Trianoline: concussion. 4 cc dose (Neurological)
  • Tryptophan: sense of wellbeing. 5 cc dose (Hormonal)
  • Tryptophan-lysine distillate: respiratory infections. 5 cc dose (Pulmonary)