From Azeri Fleet

Medical

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.)

Arithrazine

Cyalodin

Poison. The adult members of the Starnes Expedition used cyalodin in their mass suicide on planet Triacus in 2268. (And the Children Shall Lead [TOS])

Felodesine

A type of poison for which their is no known antidote (The Defector [TNG])

Strychine

A Terran alkaloid poison that acts as a stimulant for the central nervous system, caused death (Ship in a Bottle [TNG])

Veridium Six

A slow-acting, cumulative poison that has no antidote. (Reunion)

Voraxa

A poison deadly to Cardassians (Ties of Blood and Water)

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