Medical

Disease and Illness

Altarian Encephalitis A retrovirus that incorporates its DNA directly into the cells of its host. The virus could lie dormant for years but activate without warning. Victims would be pyrexic and comatose and would suffer from widespread synaptic degradation. Long term memory, usually from the moment of the infection, would be destroyed.

Anchilles Fever Deadly disease capable of spreading rapidly in a planetary population and causing widespread and painful deaths in the millions.

Andronesian Encephalitis A disease transmitted by airborne particles.

Aphasia Dysfunction of certain brain centers affecting the ability to communicate in a coherent manner. It can cause an inability of the brain to process audio and visual stimuli, making the victims incapable of understanding others or expressing themselves coherently.

Aphasia Virus A disease organism, that, once contracted, finds its way to temporal lobes and disrupts normal communication skills causing aphasia. As the virus spreads, it attacks the autonomic nervous system, causing a coma, then death.

Bendii Syndrome A rare illness that sometimes effects Vulcans over the age of 200. The disease is characterized by gradual loss of emotional control. Victims exhibit sudden bursts of emotion and irrational rage. Also, the loss of emotional control can be telepathetically projected to others.

Cartalian Fever A deadly viral plague.
Cytotoxic Shock Prostration of bodily functions caused by high levels of cytotoxins. It can be treated with inaprovaline.

Darnay’s Disease A deadly ailment that attacks the brain and nervous system of its victim.

Dermal Dysplasia Skin disorder caused by an overexposure of the skin to dangerous levels of thermal and ultraviolet radiation.

Forrester-Trent Syndrome Degenerative neurological disorder that is very rare and, if left untreated, can cause paralysis and even death.

Hesperan Thumping Cough A flu-like affliction.

Holodiction A psychological condition where an individual gets so caught up in holographic simulations that the real world becomes unimportant. Also known as "Holodeck Addiction."

HTDS Holo-Transference Dementia Syndrome. A medical condition in which someone becomes so disoriented within a holographic simulation that they lose their sense of identity and start to think that they are part of the program.

Irumodic Syndrome Degenerative disorder that causes progressive deterioration of the synaptic pathways. The disease can cause senility and death.

Iverson’s Disease A chronic disease that causes fatal degeneration of muscular functions in humans. It does not impair mental functions. There is no known cure.

Levodian Flu A viral disease that lasts 29 hours. Symptoms include sneezing and runny nose.

Mendakan Pox A disease characterized by skin molting.

Neural Depletion Complete loss of electromagnetic energy of a brain resulting in death.

Neural Metaphasic Shock A potentially fatal failure of the neurological system.

Neurochemical Imbalance A serious physiological condition in Vulcans, the effect of the Pon farr mating drive.

Neuroleptic Shock Form of neurological disturbances in which cortical functions of the brain's pathways are disrupted.

Rigelian Fever Deadly disease similar to the bubonic plague.

Rop’ngor Klingon measles.

Somatophysical Failure The collapse of all bodily functions.

Stockholm Syndrome A psychology, the tendency for hostages to sympathize with their captors after extended captivity.

Symbalene Blood Burn A viral disease that can rapidly kill a large number of people in a very short period of time.

Temporal Narcosis Delirium produced by exposure to a temporal disturbance.

Transporter Psychosis Rare disorder caused by a breakdown of neurochemical molecules during transport. Victims suffer from paranoid delusions, dementia, tactile and visual hallucinations, and hysteria. Peripheral symptoms include sleeplessness, accelerated heart rate, myopia, muscular spasms, and dehydration.

Pharmacy

General Medicines

Alizine Counters allergic reactions.
Anticoagulant Prevents the clotting of blood.
Anti-intoxicant Allows one to drink alcoholic beverages without becoming drunk.
Immunosuppressant Designed to limit immune responses.
Lectrazine Used to stabilize cardiovascular and renal systems.
Lexorin Used to counter mental disorientation.

For Radiation Poisoning

Arithrazine A treatment and innoculant for theta radiation. Starfleet regulations are that a doctor must be present whenever arithrazine is given.
Hyronaline Standard treatment for radiation poisoning. Depending on severity of poisoning, doses are increased or decreased accordingly.

Drugs Used for Pain, Disease, and Conditions

Asinolyathin Pain relief.
Benjisidrine Used to treat heart conditions in Vulcans.
Benzocyalizine Used to adjust Isoboramine levels in Trills. Isoboramine is a vital neurotransmitter chemical that mediates the synaptic functions between the Trill host and the symbiont.
Cervaline An anti-rejection drug used on patients to counteract the body’s reaction to new organs.
Corophizine An anti-biotic.
Cortical Analeptic A device used to induce sleep.
Dermaline Gel For treatment of burns.
Dermaplast Treats chemical burns.
Dexalin Used to treat oxygen deprivation.
Hydrocortilene A pain reliever.
Impedrezene Cardiac medication.
Kelolane Treatment for burns.
Morphenolog Eases pain and stops convulsions.
Vertazine Used to fight dizziness.

Stimulants

Animazine Prevents patient from entering dream state. Larger doses prevents sleep.
Cordafin A dangerous and highly addictive stimulant.
Cordrazine A powerful stimulant used as a last resort in attempts to revive dying patients. If given to fully conscience subject, cordrazine will cause extreme paranoid delusions.
Cortolin A resuscitative drug.
Delactovine Used to bring patients out of neural shock by systematically stimulating various parts of the nervous system.
Formazine Standard stimulant used to wake unconscious patients.
Hyperzine Cardiac stimulant.
Inaprovaline A cardiac stimulant.
Leporazine A drug used to resuscitate patients.
Norep A powerful neural stimulator.
Tricordrazine A powerful neuro-stimulant.

Anaesthetics

Anesthezine Usually used in gaseous form. Is a fast acting anaesthetic, can be used to subdue dangerous persons or crowd control.
Anetrizine Numbs cranial nerves.
Axonol Usually used in gaseous form.
Improvoline Calms a patient but does not make a subject unconscious.
Intraspinal Inhibitor Induces paralysis.
Kayoline Standard sedative.
Merfadon Standard sedative.
Neurozine Usually used in gaseous form.

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