Medication

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Most common medication used in the 24th Century. As with all medication it is important that the correct doses are used otherwise your patient could be come very ill and even die depending on the drug used.

Analgesic

For the treatment of pain

Analgesic
Name Use Side Effects
Acinolyathin Particularly good on muscle spasms None Known
Bicaridine Used as a substitute for Metorapan if patient allergic to it None Known
Hydrocortilene Used specifically to relief headaches None Known
Metorapan Mild to Moderate pain reliever Patients may have allergies to
Morphenolog Relieves severe pain, especially neurological pain Doses must be carefully calculated to ensure patient doesn’t overdose
Terakine Relieves moderate levels of pain None Known
Tripacederine Relieves severe levels of pain None Known

Anaesthetic

Used either to numb pain in one location (local) or used to knock a patient out for surgery (general). Although the best general anaesthetic for use during surgery is the Delta-wave Inducer (see Medical Equpiment)

Anaesthetic
Name Use Side Effects
Anesthizine General Anaesthetic used in gaseous form (Used more by Security Forces as a crowd-control gas) None Known
Anetrizine Better used as a local rather than a general anaesthetic None Known
Anoxol General Anaesthetic used in gaseous form (Used more by Security Forces as a crowd-control gas) None Known
Hyvroxilated quint-ethyl metacetamine Used as a General Anaesthetic Danger of the patient’s oxygen saturation dropping and must be monitored carefully
Nasal Numbing Agent Used to reduce the perception of odours Prolonged use can destroy nasal receptors
Neurozine General anaesthetic administered in gas form None Known

Burns

Medication best used for the treatment of burns of varying severity

Burns
Name Use Side Effects
Dermaline Injectable drug used to prevent sunburn None Known
Dermaline Gel Used to treat first and second degree burns such as those caused by ruptured nitrogen lines None Known
Kelotane Used to treat burns None Known

Cardiovascular

Used for the treatment of the heart and blood vessels within the body

Cardiovascular
Name Use Side Effects
Anticoagulant A blood thinner, prevents clotting by the body An overdose can be fatal particularly if the patient has internal bleeding or a puncture wound
Benjisidrine Used to treat Vulcans suffering from moderate congestive heart failure None Known
Lectrazine Used to stabilise the cardiac and renal systems of Humanoids. Can be combined with Hyronalin for temporary protection from Radiation poisoning None Known
Metrazene Used to treat cardiac arrhythmias None Known
Vasokin Experimental drug which increases blood flow to the humanoid organs Can cause severe damage to the lungs, kidneys, heart and brain

Neurological

Used to treat injuries to the brain, spinal cord and nerves throughout the body.

Neurological
Name Use Side Effects
Acetylcholine It is a neurotransmitter that can be used to stabilize synapses in cases of nervous system collapse Can promote aggressive tendencies in some patients during treatment
Alkysine Used to lessen the damage to neurological tissue after a catastrophic injury (not always successful for all injuries or species) None Known
Analeptic Used as a central nervous system stimulant, can also be used to counteract the effects of radiation (particularly Theta radiation) None Known
Cortical Analeptic Used to reinvigorate tissue in the cerebral cortex None Known
CPK Enzymatic Therapy Used to limit the extent of neurological damage after a catastrophic injury (not completely effective for all injuries or species) None Known
Desegranine Used to reverse memory loss Overdose can wipe the memory completely
Hypnosis (not a drug) Used to treat a wide variety of neurological disorders including memory loss and behavioural problems. Must be used with care
Lexorin Used to alleviate symptoms of malaise and/of multiple personality disorder in those who experience a Vulcan mind meld None Known
Neural Paralyser Suppresses the central nervous system, lasts about 15-20 minutes making the patient appear nearly dead. Overdose is fatal
Neuromuscular Adaptation Used to allow species from low-gravity planets to function normally at Earth-normal gravity. Effects are permanent after three days of treatment
Noradrenaline It has dual role of neurotransmitter and a hormone. As a hormone it increases the heart rate and as a neurotransmitter it increases the blood pressure which in turn decrease the heart rate Overdose can be fatal
Ribosome Infusion Used as a treatment for extreme cell damage and early neural pathway degeneration, can cross species None Known
Sodium Thiopental Can act to inhibit a patient’s resolve, can be used as a truth serum (but doesn’t work on all species). It also can be used as an anaesthetic Head ache, delirium, nausea, and overdose can be fatal
Synaptizine Used to treat neuroleptic shock (caused by certain types of energy, including energy weapons) None Known
Theragen Derivative Temporarily deadens nerve inputs to the brain, having a calming effect on an insane and/or abnormally enraged person In its pure form it is lethal
Trianoline Used to treat patients with percussive injuries such as concussion None Known
Vulcan Neuropressure Mental and physical technique for relaxing the mind and muscles, however takes years to learn. None Known

Radiation Treatment

Radiation Treatment
Name Use Side Effects
Adrenaline Used to treat radiation poisoning though it has mostly been replaced by Hyronalin. Can also be used to increase the heart rate. Overdose can be fatal
Arithrazine Used for the most extreme cases of Theta radiation poisoning Patient must be monitored during treatment as their cardiac and respiratory signs can turn erratic
Chronexaline (experimental) Used to protect biomatter from tachyon radiation and other effects of time travel None Known Yet
Hyronalin Used to counteract the effects of radiation poisoning None Known
Radiogenic Vaccine Designed to protect against certain kinds of Radiation None Known

Respiratory

Used to treat breathing problems and low oxygen levels in the blood.

Respiratory
Name Use Side Effects
Dexalin Used to treat oxygen deprivation None Known
Pulmozine Used to treat oxygen deprivation and to stimulate breathing None Known
Tri-ox Compound Used to rapidly oxygenate the blood cells of a living being None known
Trioxin Used to treat respiratory injuries such as alveoli damage None Known
Tryptophan-lysine Distillate Is an anti-inflammatory and immunostimulatory drug used to treat mild to moderate respiratory infections like influenza Drowsiness and fatigue


Resuscitative

For the treatment of patients whose breathing and/or hearts have stopped. Best used with resuscitative equipment (see Medical Equipment)

Resuscitative
Name Use Side Effects
Borathium (Experimental) Used to restart a heart after cardiac arrest Still experimental so side effects aren’t fully known
Cortolin Used to resuscitate patients who have stopped breathing None Known
Leporazine Used to resuscitate patients but only in extreme cases due to its strength Overdose is fatal
Morathial Series A group of resuscitative drugs used for one-shot dosing in simple resuscitations None Known
Netinaline Is a stimulant that it used to resuscitate patients None Known
Quadroline An emergency resuscitative drug used to treat cardiac arrhythmias None Known
Tricordrazine A potent stimulant, derived from Cordazine and used in resuscitation Highly potent, 25 ccs is enough to kill a Klingon

Sedative

Can be used to either help a patient to sleep or to knock them out completely.

Sedative
Name Use Side Effects
Ambizine Injectable drug used as a sedative None Known
Anesthzine Used in gaseous form, very fast acting (in seconds) None Known
Axonol Can be dispersed in aerosol form as a crowd-control anaesthetic None Known
Dylamadon Used as a sedative, which can simulate death in an individual None Known
Improvoline Standard sedative used to help people sleep None Known
Kayolane Causes unconsciousness for several hours None Known
Melorazine Used as a sedative, can be used to calm anxious patients None Known
Merfadon Standard sedative None Known
Sonambutril A Strong sedative, knocks a patient out for many hours None Known
Tetrovaline Used to knock a patient unconscious Lowers the immune system

Stimulant

Whether you need a little pick me up after a hard day or a long mission or whether you need to bring someone back from the brink of death you'll fins the stimulant needed here.

Stimulant
Name Use Side Effects
ADTH Used in gaseous form, it is a stimulant that can be dispersed through a starship’s life support systems None Known (other than the Patient won’t be able to sleep)
Animazine Stimulant None Known (other than the Patient won’t be able to sleep)
Chloromydride Strong Cardiostimulant, generally used when Inaprovaline is ineffective None Known (other than the Patient won’t be able to sleep)
Cordrazine Is a strong chemical stimulant useful for emergency medical treatment particularly during cardiac arrest (is a dark red liquid) Overdose can produce temporary dementia with violent behaviour, patient may exhibit pale green and red mottled skin
Cortropine Stimulant included in standard-issue medkits, can overcome signs of weakness and fatigue None Known (other than the Patient won’t be able to sleep)
Delactovine A systemic stimulant drug None Known (other than the Patient won’t be able to sleep)
Formazine Stimulant that acts through the lymphatic system on the central nervous system, normally used to promote alertness and reduce fatigue. High doses can cause severe restlessness and irritability
Hyperzine Standard stimulant used to counteract seizures None Known (other than the Patient won’t be able to sleep)
Inaprovaline A synaptic and cardio stimulant, Chloromydride is a stronger version, can also be used to treat space sickness None Known (other than the Patient won’t be able to sleep)
Masiform A powerful stimulant Can cause nausea and upset stomachs
Polyadrenaline Synthetic version of Adrenaline, designed as a stimulant which can aid in the revival of a patient who has either died or is near death None Known (other than the Patient won’t be able to sleep)

Others

For other medications that don't fit into the above categories.

Others
Name Type Use Side Effects
Alizine Anti-allergen Used to counteract allergic reactions in Klingons None Known
Antibodies Anti-viral/Bacterial Used to treat viral and bacterial infections Dependant on the antibody and the infection
Anti-intoxicant Detoxification Allows one to drink alcohol without experiencing the effects of inebriation, also useful to sober some one up None Known
Benzocyatizine Used to treat low serum isoboramine levels in Trill patients None Known
Cervaline Anti-rejection Used to fend off rejection of transplanted organs or tissue None know
Contraception Injection Reproductive Inhibitor Form of birth control for male and female, must be administered regularly to work If not taken regularly then risk pregnancy
Corophizine Antibiotic Used to prevent secondary infections None Known
Dermal Osmotic Sealant Protective Used to protect humanoids from high levels of trigemic vapours None Known
Dermatiraelian Plasticine Regenerative Agent Dermal regenerative agent used to maintain skin resilience after large-scale cosmetic surgery None Known
Glucagen Used to treat low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) None Known
Glycoprotein Nutritional Used as a nutritional supplement None Known
Hexadrin Therapy Used to counteract the effects of Yarim Fel Syndrome None Known
Hytritium Chemical compound Used to neutralise tricyanate contamination Highly unstable and can’t use transporters with it
Immunosuppressant Immunosuppressants Used to limit the response of the immune system in humanoids At risk of secondary infections
Makara Herb Pregnancy herb (Bajoran) Used to increase progesterone levels in pregnant Bajoran females and can counteract sedatives Tastes awful
Myofibrillin Used for those in extended zero gravity missions (mostly not used now) None Known
Neodextramine Solution Dehydration Used in treating dehydration None Known
Niaxilin Used to separate two Denobulans during their mating period when they become too aggressive None Known
Peridaxon Used to treat Irumodic Syndrome None Known
Polynutrient Solution Nutritional Used to treat patients suffering malnutrition None Known
Retroviral Vaccine Vaccination Preventative inoculations None Known
Rigelian Gene Therapy Used to treat Taggart’s Syndrome None Known
Ryetalyn Antidote Only known antidote for the deadly disease Rigelian Fever None Known
Serotonin Neurotransmitter Aids sleep, giving patient a feeling of euphoria None Known
Stenophyle Artifical Drug Used to treat shock in cytoplasmic life forms None Known
Sterilite Anti-infective Agent Standard in medkits, used during surgery and treatment of wounds to produce rapid death of harmful microorganisms and parasitic agents None Known
Stokaline Nutritional Injectable multivitamin None Known
Stobolin Cure for the Choriocytosis Virus None Known
Synthetic Antigen Anti-viral Manufactured anti-viral agent created from a living sample of the organism it is intended to destroy None Known
Tesokine Pregnancy Used to help a baby from one species to properly metabolise the nutrients from another species while in the womb None Known
Vaccine Anti-viral Teaches a healthy immune system to fight a pathogen None known
Vertazine Used to treat dizziness None Known


(Mostly sourced from Memory Alpha, written for VO by Chalan Anara)