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For a list of specific and/or more advanced medicines, their uses, and how to make them, see: the Guide to Chemistry

Items

Object Location Purpose Description
Roll of Gauze
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Emergency NanoMed

NanoMed Plus

Treatment of bleeding/brute damage A usual roll of gauze that is used to treat most external bleeding.
Ointment
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Emergency NanoMed Treatment of minor burns and infections. A tube of ointment that is used to treat and disinfect burns.
Adv. Trauma Kit
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Medical Kits

NanoMed Plus

Treatment of brute injuries and infections. An Advanced Trauma Kit can be applied to brute injuries, disinfecting and healing the wound. It can also be used to treat organs during surgical procedures.
Adv. Burn Kit
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Medical Kits

NanoMed Plus

Treatment of burns and infections. An Advanced Burn Kit can be applied to burn injuries, disinfecting and healing the wound.
Patch
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Medical Kits

Smartfridge

On-touch administration of chemicals. Contains chemicals that are administered by touch.

See Guide to Chemistry for the various chemicals.

Pill
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Medical Kits

Smartfridge

Oral administration of chemicals. Contains chemicals that are administered by oral ingestion.

See Guide to Chemistry for the various chemicals.

IV Bag
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Exam Room

Operating Theatre

Administration of blood via IV A pack of blood, usually tagged with the contained blood type. A full pack holds 200u of blood. Can be attached to an IV drip to administer or take blood.
Medical Splints
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Advanced First-Aid Kit

NanoMed Plus

Securing of bone fractures. Medical Splints are used to secure broken limbs. They do not heal them, but make them usable again. Usually used if surgery is not possible for whatever reason.
Brute/Burn Automender
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Med kits

NanoMed Plus

A device used to heal patients brute, burn or both damage types. 200u capacity for styptic powder (brute), silver sulfadiazine (burn) or synthflesh (burn&brute). Can be made in autolathe but must be filled before use.
First Aid Kit
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Primary Storage

Secondary Storage

Medical Kit fitted for brute and burn injuries. Contents include:

Hint: Hover over italic contents to find out their chemical ingredient!
2 Healing Patches
2 Burn Patches
1 Salicylic Acid Pill
1 Autoinjector
1 Health Analyzer

Fire First-Aid Kit
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Primary Storage

Secondary Storage

Medical Kit fitted for burn injuries. Contents include:

1 Burn auto-mender
1 Burn Patch
1 Salicylic Acid Pill
1 Autoinjector
1 Health Analyzer

Brute Trauma Treatment Kit
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Primary Storage

Secondary Storage

Medical Kit fitted for brute injuries. Contents include:

1 Brute auto-mender
1 Healing Patch
1 Roll of gauze
1 Autoinjector
1 Health Analyzer

Toxins First-Aid Kit
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Primary Storage

Secondary Storage

Medical Kit fitted for toxic injuries. Contents include:

3 Syringe (Charcoal)
3 Charcoal pills
1 Health Analyzer

Oxygen Deprivation First-Aid Kit
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Primary Storage

Secondary Storage

Medical Kit fitted for oxygen deprivation. Contents include:

4 Salbutamol pills
1 Health Analyzer

Advanced First-Aid Kit
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Secondary Storage Medical Kit fitted for brute and burn injuries and fractures. Contents include:

3 Advanced Trauma Kit
2 Advanced Burn Kit
1 Splint
1 Autoinjector

Equipment

Object Location Purpose Description
Health Analyzer
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Medical Kits

NanoMed Plus

Examination of patient vitals and damage levels. Scans patients and displays their overall health status.
In detail, it shows their blood level, blood type, pulse, genes, body temperature, damage levels and limbs affected, fractures, infections and viruses.
Health Analyzer Upgrade
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NanoMed Plus Enhancement of Health Analyzer functions. A little gadget that is attached onto a regular Health Analyzer. Shows a patient's ingested reagents, their amount and any active addictions.
Medical Hypospray
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NanoMed Plus Rapid delivery of medicine. The Hypospray can instantly inject some (5u at a time, 15u max) of its contents. Can only hold harmless chemicals (generally this means ones that cannot deal damage in any circumstance, including overdose) unless emagged. A savvy doctor might fill it with a mix of medicines to quickly stabilize a critical patient (for example a 1:1 mix of epinephrine and saline-glucose solution). If emagged, penetrates hardsuits.
Pill Bottle
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Lobby Desk

Primary Storage

Exam Room

Storage of small medical supplies. A small bottle that can hold a number of pills and other supplies such as patches.


Can hold a maximum of 50 pills.

Patch Pack
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Primary Storage Storage of multiple patches efficiently. A small container for patches of all types.


Can hold a maximum of 50 patches.

Bottle
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NanoMed Plus

Smartfridge

Storage of chemicals. A bottle is typically found in a Nanomed or the Smartfridge. It usually contains chemicals, but can also be used to store other fluids such as blood.


Can hold a maximum of 30u.

Syringe
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Lobby Desk

Primary Storage

NanoMed Plus

Medical Kits

Injection of chemicals. A Syringe is typically used to extract tiny amounts of blood or to administer chemical medicine.


Can hold a maximum of 15u of chemicals.

Syringe Gun
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Primary Storage Ranged injection of chemicals. A device that can fire loaded syringes, filled with any kind of chemicals. Useful for violent patients or for mobile usage to spread a cure against a virus.
Dropper
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Lobby Desk

Primary Storage

NanoMed Plus

Injection of chemicals. Medical uses of a dropper are mostly the administration of eye medicine or disinfecting organs.
Penlight
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Lobby Desk Observation of pupil reflex. A light in the form of a pen. Used to check pupil reflexes of a patient by targetting their eyes with the pen turned on. Serves as a small light source. Can be attached to an ear.
Stethoscope
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Lobby Desk

Loadout Menu

Examination of heart rate and respiration. Old-school tool to check a patient's heart rate and respiratory behavior. Better attach one to your jumpsuit so you're prepared if the day ever comes where health analyzers stop functioning!
Advanced Body Scanner
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Exam Room

Operating_Theatre

Invasive scan of Patient, displaying damage levels, infections and fractures on all limbs and organs. The Advanced Body Scanner scans the whole body of a patient, showing the state of each limb and organ in detail. Also shows vitals, blood level and temperature. Results can be printed.
Cryotube
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Exam Room Can be used to heal brute, burn, but most usually respiratory damage Dependent on its set temperature and which chemicals it is filled with, will heal respiratory damage very fast, in addition to brute and burn damage.
Sleeper
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Exam Room Administration of chemical medicine and Dialysis. The Sleeper is a convenient device that injects a variety of chemical medicine into a patient. It is usually used to treat addictions and non-critical patients without wasting potentially scarce medical supplies. However, it is the only device that can perform dialysis on a patient - Remember to empty the beaker every 50u!
Emergency NanoMed
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Station-wide Dispension of emergency medical supplies. Contents include:

2 Rolls of gauze
2 Ointment
4 Autoinjectors
1 Health analyzer

NanoMed Plus
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Medbay Hallways

Exam Room

Dispension of medical supplies and equipment. Contents include:

4 Charcoal bottles
4 Morphine bottles
4 Ether bottles
4 Epinephrine bottles
4 Diphenhydramine bottles
4 Salicylic acid bottles
3 Potassium iodide bottles
5 Saline-glucose bottles
3 Atropine bottles
2 Oculine bottles
4 Toxin bottles
6 Spaceacillin syringes
4 Insulin syringes
10 Calomel syringes
4 Heparin syringes
4 Healing patches
4 Burn patches
3 Brute auto-menders
3 Burn auto-menders
12 Empty syringes
10 Salbutamol pills
10 Mannitol pill
5 Mutadone pill
5 Health analyzers
5 Health analyzer upgrades
4 Beakers
4 Droppers
3 Advanced trauma kits
3 Advanced burn kits
3 Rolls of gauze
4 Medical splints
2 Medical hyposprays
2 Handheld crew monitors
5 Emergency autoinjectors
1 IV bag
2 Crew pinpointer

Smartfridge
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Medbay Hallways

Medbay Lobby

Dispensation of chemical medicine. Usually containing chemical medicine in form of patches, pills, and bottles that the chemist has have created.
See Guide to Chemistry for the various chemicals.

Chemistry Objects

Object Description
Grenade
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A grenade assembly is the bread and butter of a chemist, from super cleaning grenades to healing smoke grenades.
Dropper
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For quick application of a chemical to some one, usually for self defense. Also good for transferring single units of silicate and thermite to your "splashing" beaker. Ether and acids can be rapidly applied to people with this tool.
Science Glasses
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Standard eyewear for the chemist, protect the eyes against chemicals. Also allows you to see what chemicals are in a container.
Pill Bottle
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This little container can hold up to 50 pills . Make sure to label it to remember what it contains.
Bottle
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Especially made for holding liquids. They can be made by a chemist from the ChemMaster 300 and are mostly used to fill syringes and automenders.

Unlike bottles from the NanoMed Plus, they can hold up to 50 units of liquid.

Beaker
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Useful for mixing in, or for splashing chemicals with.

This is a container specifically for holding liquids. They are most commonly found in Medical and Chemistry Lab. It is ill-advised to splash whatever you find in a beaker onto your face and neck, or if possible, to inject it straight into your veins with a syringe. Standard glass beakers hold 50 units of liquid. Large beakers hold 100 units.

Pill
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Pills can be swallowed as a medical treatment, each one can contain up to 50 units of active chemicals.
Patch
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Patches are used for on-contact chemicals. They can hold up to 30 units of chemicals.
Chemistry bag
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The chemistry bag can hold up to 50 items, however it will only pick up pills, patches, bottles and beakers. You can click with the chemistry bag while holding it to pick up all items on the tile that it can hold, and click on a smartfridge or pill bottle to empty it's contents on it for convenience.

Chemistry Machines

Object Description
Chem Dispenser
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A machine used to create and dispense chemicals. with built in power cells it is able to operate without connection to the power grid but once it runs out of power it will be unable to produce chemicals. Connected to the grid the dispenser will slowly recharge.
ChemMaster 3000
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Separates, bottles, and makes tablets/patches out of the chemicals you loaded inside. You can load it with any container that can fit in the chem dispenser. Just select the amount of each chemical you with to work with. Ejecting the container while working on a chemical will make the chemical go to waste. You can make pills, patches, and bottles with it.
Reagent Grinder
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Grinds, crushes, liquefies and extracts reagents from materials placed into it. If there is a significant reagent associated with the item, the Reagent grinder will distill a pure sample inside the collection beaker.

Works on:
Pills and patches, usefull if you mess up.
Refined sheets of mined minerals (plasma, gold, uranium, bananium, and silver)
Grown foods (bananas, liberty caps, corn, carrots, and chilies)
Other grown items (nettles and death nettles)

ChemHeater
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Used to make chemical reactions by heating up the reagents.