Created by Captain Alexander Gunning on Tue May 4th, 2010 @ 5:41pm

Adrenaline: Pharmaceutical based on the humanoid hormone epinephrine.

Analeptic: Pharmaceutical used as a restorative

Anesthezine: This is an inhalant that can be used as a general anesthetic, but is more often used by Security as an intruder control measure.

Anticoagulant: Chemical that prevents the clotting of blood.

Anti-intoxicant: Medicine taken to allow one to drink alcoholic beverages without becoming inebriated.

Antipsychotic: Psychotropic pharmaceutical used to reduce psychotic tendencies in sentient humanoid patients.

Arithrazine: Powerful pharmaceutical used to treat theta radiation poisoning.

Asinolyathin: Pharmaceutical used for pain relief.

Axonol: Anesthetic aerosol.

Benjisidrine: An anti-arrhythmic used to regulate some heart conditions.

Borathium: An experimental rybotherapy medication developed by Dr. Toby Russell as a potential replacement for leporazine and morathial.

Cervaline: Antirejection drug.

Chloromydride: A cardio-stimulatory drug used where Inaprovaline is ineffective or may cause allergic reactions. It is usually used in concert with cardial and neural stimulators for additional benefits.

Cordafin: Pharmaceutical used as a stimulant.

Cordrazine: A powerful stimulant that will usually revive a stunned or unconscious patient completely. Cordrazine is "tricky stuff" - overdose can lead to delusional Booparanoia, and the drug is addictive.

Corophizine: A general purpose antibiotic. It has minimal side effects and is non-addictive.

Cortical Analeptic: Pharmaceutical used to reinvigorate the tissues of the cerebral cortex.

Cortolin: Resuscitative drug.

Crediline: This drug makes the user more likely to believe anything that they are told. Its use has been superseded by more effective memory blockers.

Delactovine: A common stimulant with few side effects. It is mildly addictive.

Dermaline Gel: Medicinal material used in the treatment of burns.

Dermalplast: Medical preparation used to treat chemical burns.

Dermatiraelian Plastiscine: Medication used to maintain the effects of cosmetic surgery.

Desegranine: Cardassian drug used to reverse memory loss.

Dexalin: This is used to treat oxygen deprivation.

Dylamadon: This is a powerful neuroinhibitor used for painless euthanasia.

Felicium: A narcotic substance produced from plants on the planet Brekka.

Formazine: A common stimulant that can cause irritability with prolonged use (more than three days). Otherwise, it has the same effects as Delactovine.

Genericillin: A powerful general purpose antibiotic.

Hexadrin: Medication used in the treatment of Yarim Fel syndrome.

Hydrocortilene: Analgesic medicine used to alleviate pain.

Hypercoagulin: Stops bleeding very quickly. This is unnecessary when using Anabolic Protoplasers, although a version of this drug for localized use on wounds in the field may exist.

Hyperzine: Cardiac stimulant.

Hyronalyn: This medication protects against radiation sickness. One dose halves the effective amount of radiation received, and a second dose further halves that, and so on. Each dosage beyond the first risks Hyronalyn poisoning, which could lead to permanent damage.

Hyvroxilated Quint-ethyl Metacetamine: Anesthetic potion.

Immunosuppressant: Any of several drugs designed to limit immune response in humanoids.

Impedrezene: Cardiac medication.

Improvoline: Medicine used as a calmative.

Inaprovaline: A cardio-stimulatory drug that can also be used to stabilize a weak but living patient's condition.

Inpedrezine: Drug that is sometimes administered to humanoid patients following cranial trauma.

Kayolane: This drug causes immediate unconsciousness and the patient will remain asleep for 1-6 hours.

Kelotane: Drug used to treat burns.

Ketracel-white: An addictive isogenic enzyme also known simply as white, a drug used by the Dominion to control the Jem'Hadar.

Leporazine: A general resuscitative.

Lexorin: A neurotransmitter inhibitor. This drug temporarily diminishes intelegence, but each dose also makes psychic and psionic intrusions harder. Lexorin can also calm excited or agitated patients. In greater dosages than 3 in 24 hours, the patient also begins to lose manual dexterity, as the Central Nervous System begins to lose control of voluntary functions. Lexorin is mildly addictive, and causes the patient to feel overconfident and happy.

Masiform D: Powerful injectable stimulant.

Melorazine: This drug causes immediate unconsciousness. The patient will remain asleep for 3-8 hours.

Memory Blockers: These are used to permanently block specific memories in a patient. This is useful if a patient has seen something unpleasant, or has been exposed to information that may violate the Prime Directive.

Memory-Beta: This drug stimulates the users memory. It allows the user to attempt to remember something that has been forgotten. Metorapan treatments Regenerative treatment for fracture patients.

Metrazine: Cardiac anti-arrhythmic. See Benjisidrine for guidelines.

Morathial: A general resuscitative.

Morphazine: Puts patients into deep, dreamless sleep for 3-18 hours.

Mylar II: With reconstructive surgery it is possible to conceal a person's true race. However reconstructive surgery on an entire platoon or company is not always an option time or facilities wise. The drug, Mylar II, causes the top layers of skin and flesh to become more pliable. Thus with Mylar II injections a human could easily appear to be a Romulan or Vulcan. There is a limit to what these injections can do with a person. A Mylar II Cardassian would take a few hours, be quite painful and require the use of some prostectics. None of these disguises will fool a medical tricorder or a very detailed inspection. These disguises may also require some form of makeup to be complete.

Neural paralyzer: Medication that can cause a cessation of heartbeat and breathing in a humanoid patient, creating the appearance of death.

Neurovine: This drug is an antidote for nerve poison.

Norep: Medication, a derivative of norepinephrine.

Polyadrenaline: Synthetic pharmaceutical based on the humanoid hormone epinephrine. Purge This drug cleanses the user's systems of foreign biochemicals, and neutralizes active drugs (including recreational drugs and alcohol) within minutes.

Renistarine: A sedative developed by the Elorg to render a patient unconscious. The drug also served as a psychotropic agent, and was frequently used on prisoners during interrogations and medical experiments.

Rricordrazine: A potent stimulant derived from cordrazine, commonly used for resuscitation. The drug is extremely powerful; 25cc's is enough to kill a Klingon.

Triptacederine: An anesthetic commonly used aboard Federation starships to alleviate pain.

Unefrazine: A veterinary medication used to treat Livathi flu in cats and dogs.

Valanine: A drug commonly used to treat depression.

Verethandramide: A rare, occasionally lethal neural toxin. It is sometimes used by the Elorg as a means to covertly assassinate a rival.

Vertazine: Medication in use aboard Federation starships, often prescribed to treat vertigo and other forms of dizziness.

Zetarynhaphine: A drug used to stabilize neural pathways and prevent synaptic failure after brain surgery.

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