From Azeri Fleet


A medical officer is typically a physician (M.D. or D.O.) whose job is to protect the health and well being of the ship's officers and crew. Other health professionals, such as nurses (R.N. or L.P.N.), field medics, medical technicians, and counselors, assist the ship's medical staff in maintaining the crew's well-being. (When there is no counselor aboard, a medical officer will assume this role.)


Pharmaceutical based on the humanoid hormone epinephrine. Adrenaline was the accepted treatment for radiation illness right after the Atomic Age but was replaced as the preferred treatment after hyronalin. (The Deadly Years [TOS])


An emergency drug used on planet Malcor III (First Contact)


Medical drug. Alizine is used to counter an allergic reaction. (Darkling [VOY])


Pharmaceutical used as a restorative. (Rise [VOY])

Anchilles Fever Vacine

Deadly disease capable of spreading rapidly on populated planet and causing widespread and painful deaths in the millions. This fever is a highly contagious disease. The vaccine is very rare. In fact, it is found only on planet Ligon II. (Code of Honor [TNG])



Pharmaceutical used to anesthetize cranial nerves. (The Gift [VOY])


Medicine taken to allow one to drink alcoholic beverages without becoming inebriated. (Apocalypse Rising [DS9])


Chemical that prevents the clotting of blood. (Change of Heart [DS9])


Psychotropic pharmaceutical used to reduce psychotic tendencies in sentient humanoid patients. (One [VOY])

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