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Alpha Wave Inducer A device used to enhance sleep in humanoids. But only meant for occasional use.
BioBed Inbuilt sensor systems allow the biobed to constantly monitor factors such as heart rate, respiration, temperature, etc. These are displayed on a permanent basis, usually on a panel located at the head of the biobed, so as to present the information in the most clearly and easily accessible manner possible. As a backup to the visual presentation, biobeds can be set to give audio information, including normal functions such as heartbeat or automatic alarms should any body function fall outside a pre-set range.
Corticol Stimulator The Cortical Stimulator is a small device which is used to elevate the activity in the cortex of a patient. The stimulator is typically a small device which is attached to the cranium; it is used on patients who have reduced or damaged brain wave patterns.
Dermal Regenerator The dermal regenerator is used to repair damage to the skin of the patient, including bruising and lacerations. The device is handheld; the doctor holds it over the damaged area and moves it slowly back and forth. The treatment typically lasts only a matter of a few seconds.
Defibrillator The defibrillator is a device used to restore sinus rhythm in a patients heart after it has gone into cardiac arrhythmia. Modern defibrillators are portable handheld devices which are placed into contact with the skin directly over the heart; when triggered a computer controlled shock is delivered to the heart.
Drechtal Beams Surgical device used to sever neural connections
Exoscalpal Surgical Device used by Starfleet to incise the skin and expose the underlying tissue
HypoSpray The Hypospray is a simple and effective method of delivering substances intravenously to a patient. The device consists of a spray head which can deliver drugs painlessly through the skin, and even through clothing. Attached to this is a swappable vial which contains the drugs to be delivered. The Hypospray has several major advantages over the syringe; since the skin is not broken by the spray, there is no contamination of the hyposprays tip during an injection. The device can therefore be used repeatedly without any need for sterilization of the tip. The hypospray is also completely painless, which has helped to make the widespread fear of injections a thing of the past.
Medical Tricorders The standard medical tricorder consists of two components: the medical tricorder and medical tricorder peripheral. The tricorder serves much like a normal tricorder with an expanded medical database containing information on nearly all humanoid life forms and several hundred DNA-based non-humanioids. The MT can diagnose diseases through an artifically intelligent subprocessor and can suggest courses of treatment. The default POOL setting is either SHIPBOARD, or the nearest medical database for tricorder downloading. The medical Peripheral serves as a complicated sensing device that provides limited real-time viewing of anatomy as the biobed. Further spectrographic information is also provided by the MP in its function as a portable sensor. The MP detaches from the MT housing and is handheld and moved over parts of the patient anatomy. The MP will pulse with the standard heartbeat and vital sign readings are displayed on the upper surface of the MP housing.
Motor Assist Bands Four-centimeter wide strap like devices used with neurologically damaged patients. The bands provide electrical stimulation to the patients limbs.
Neural Calipers medical Instrument used in surgical procedures.
Neural Imaging Scanner A device used to test the activity of a patients visual cortex.
Neural stimulator Device used to repolarize neural activity in the brain rapidly. The neural stimulator can repolarize brain neurons which have been depolarized for up to one hour. The devices has several settings, and is used to resuscitate brain function after critical trauma
Neural Transducers Implanted bioelectric devices that receive nerve impulses from and brain and transmit them to any affected voluntary muscle group.
Neurolink Emergency medical technique used for the stabilization of patients with brainstem injuries. Matching neural pads are placed on a healthy individual and a matching unit on the patient. These devices enabled a link to be established from the healthy persons autonomic nervous system to that of the injured patient.
Physiostimulator medical Device used to elevate metabolic functions in an impaired individual.
Plasma Infusion Unit medical Device used to dispense fluids and electrolytes.
Stasis Units Containing device that supports life by slowing down all biological activity within the perimeter of the unit. The device is designed to work with stasis medication, but can work without it. Stasis units contain a generator that will support life at very decreased rates and are used for transport of critically injured patients for treatment at a medical facility. Portable stasis units can also be used in the field, coming both in collar form (Class B) and 5cm x 5 cm form (Class C).
Somnetic Inducers A small neural pad used to aid the induction of sleep in humanoids. Can be used regularly.
Subdurmal Scalpel The subdermal scalpel is used for making incisions beneath the skin without breaking the skin itself. It therefore allows purely internal surgery to be performed, reducing the risk of infection and the need for instruments such as dermal regenerators
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