Multiple realities
(covers information from several alternate timelines)

This is a list of unnamed medical tools.

Alien medical device Edit

Reed healed by device

The device at work

The automated alien medical device was a device used by the automated repair station. In 2152, it healed Lieutenant Malcolm Reed's left leg, which had been injured by a Romulan mine. It healed the limb using a cytokinetic enzyme to stimulate the cell division inside the leg. Reed asked Doctor Phlox three times about whether the device could be trusted, clearly skeptical about its implementation. Phlox was delighted with the device, though, even going so far as to suggest their commanding officer, Captain Jonathan Archer, could perhaps negotiate a trade for it. The device then beamed away, leaving a thrilled Phlox to double-check it had completely healed Reed's heretofore wounded leg. (ENT: "Dead Stop")

This device is not specifically named on screen, simply referred to as a "device" by Phlox. However, in the final draft script of "Dead Stop", it was referred to initially as "a free-standing alien medical device" (with the last three words emboldened) and subsequently as "the drone".
The prop used as this device was clearly a modified reuse of the exocomp from TNG: "The Quality of Life".

Android assembling tools Edit

These medical tools were used by Dr. Crusher, Chief Engineer Argyle, and their team in sickbay in 2364, when they assembled the Soong-type android Lore. (TNG: "Datalore")

Assassination device Edit

Assassination device

An assassination device

In 2369, Doctor Julian Bashir gave a Bajoran officer an unnamed device to assassinate Benjamin Sisko. When Odo arrived in the infirmary as Bashir was giving the device to the officer, the doctor pretended that the device helped against chronic insomnia. (DS9: "Dramatis Personae")

Banean scanning device Edit

Banean scanning device

A Banean scanning device

This scanning device was used by the Banean doctor on Tom Paris after Paris lost consciousness following another cycle of his transplanted engram. (VOY: "Ex Post Facto")

On the call sheet of the episode, this prop is simply listed as "Alien Medical Tool".

Cosmetic device Edit

Jadzia airbrushing her Trill spots

Removing spots

Jadzia Dax used this device to temporary make it appear as if she had no Trill spots. (DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations")

The script describes Jadzia as "putting on makeup to cover her spots".

Dermal/Sub-dermal-like device Edit

Unknown Borg medical device

An unknown Borg medical device is used to repair an injury on Seven of Nine's head

While aboard a Borg vessel, Seven of Nine injured her head. A nearby Borg drone repaired the minor injury with a device attached to its forearm limb. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

Diagnostic hat Edit

Medical diagnostic hat

A medical tool

This medical tool was used by Doctor Beverly Crusher, in 2364, for diagnosing Worf after he collapsed in sensor maintenance. (TNG: "Lonely Among Us")

Diagnostic tool Edit

Diagnostic tool, 2364

A diagnostic tool

This medical tool was used by Dr. Crusher in late 2364 while treating Doctor Paul Manheim in sickbay. (TNG: "We'll Always Have Paris")

Hypnosis device Edit

Hypnosis device

A hypnosis device

Counselor Deanna Troi used hypnosis on both Worf and Doctor Beverly Crusher to determine what had caused a recent memory lapse during which they had committed actions which they had had no control over. Using the technique, it was found that both officers had been possessed by an unknown entity, which was ultimately revealed to be the Beta Renner cloud. (TNG: "Lonely Among Us")

Injection device Edit

Injection device

An injection device

In an alternate timeline, Jake Sisko used this injection device to inject himself with a type of drug. He managed to die when his father appeared, allowing Jake to travel back in time and effectively erase the alternate timeline. (DS9: "The Visitor")

Medical chamber Edit

Medical chamber

Archer inside the medical chamber

In 2165 of an alternate timeline, this medical chamber was used by Denobulan doctor Phlox in an effort to destroy interspatial parasites which had infected Jonathan Archer's brain. The procedure which the chamber was involved in had been invented by Phlox over a period of nearly a decade and required energy levels so high they could be produced only in the reactor of a warp-capable starship. As a result, the medical chamber was set up near the warp engine aboard Enterprise NX-01, connected to it via a series of conduits. Archer lay inside the medical chamber while a highly focused antiproton beam was fired at his head. The top of the medical chamber slid open to release him, and was operated by a control on the outside of the chamber.

The first time the chamber was used, the procedure was successful at eradicating a cluster of the parasites. During a battle between Enterprise and the Xindi shortly thereafter, however, the chamber was destroyed by debris, so Archer opted to instead create a subspace implosion, a process that eliminated not only the parasites but also the alternate timeline. (ENT: "Twilight")

This apparatus was referred to as a "medical chamber" in the final draft script of "Twilight". In the same teleplay, the chamber was established as having been designed and built by Phlox over the course of years.

Medical tools (2364) Edit

In 2364, Dr. Beverly Crusher used these medical tools to treat headaches experienced by Captain Picard. (TNG: "The Battle")

Ocampa device Edit

Ocampa medical device

A medical device

This medical device was used by the Ocampa to sedate a patient. In 2371, the Ocampa doctor used this device to sedate B'Elanna Torres. (VOY: "Caretaker")

The shooting schedule for "Caretaker", p. 8, identified this device as "Ocampa Medical Device" in the props section.

Recording device (2364) Edit

Medical recording device, 2364

A recording device

This medical recording device was used by Captain Picard, in 2364, to display the de-aging process of Mark Jameson to Karnas. (TNG: "Too Short a Season")

Sample extractor Edit

Medical sample extractor 2369

A medical sample extractor

This medical tool was used to take samples of organic material from surficial areas or the air.

Doctor Julian Bashir used such a device to take DNA samples from the waste extraction system aboard a Bajoran transport while investigating the murder of Ibudan. (DS9: "A Man Alone")

The same year Chief Miles O'Brien used this device to take a sample of the organic material he found in a power conduit. (DS9: "In the Hands of the Prophets")

Scanning device Edit

Medical scanning device 2369

A medical device

This medical device was used by Doctor Julian Bashir in 2369 to check Odo after the Constable became unconscious at Quark's. (DS9: "Dramatis Personae")

Scanning device (2150s) Edit

Medical scanning device, 2150s

A medical scanning device

This medical device was used to scan an individual.

In 2151, Doctor Phlox used this device on T'Pol to diagnose her with a tension headache and subscripted her an analgesic. (ENT: "Breaking the Ice")

The props section on the call sheet for the day of filming is listing this device as "medical device" with no further instructions.

Scanning device (2364) Edit

Medical scanning device, 2364

A medical scanning device

Doctor Beverly Crusher used this medical scanning device in early 2364 when she examined Geordi La Forge's eyes in sickbay. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

She used this device again in late 2364 to scan Admiral Gregory Quinn after she shot him unconscious with a type 1 phaser. (TNG: "Conspiracy")

Scanning device (late 2364) Edit

Medical scanning device 2, 2364

A scanning device

This medical scanning device was used by a medical technician in 2364 to check the functions of Data in sickbay following his encounter with the Edo God probe. (TNG: "Justice")

Doctor Beverly Crusher used the same scanning device when she tried to find the reason for Captain Picard's headache in sickbay. (TNG: "The Battle")

Scanning device (2369) Edit

Medical scanning device on ds9

A medical device

Doctor Julian Bashir used this medical device in 2369 while performing an examination of Aamin Marritza. (DS9: "Duet")

Sharpened device Edit

Sharpened medical device

A sharpened device

The Kobliad Security officer Ty Kajada used this sharpened medical device in 2369 to stab the dead body of Rao Vantika in his chest. (DS9: "The Passenger")

Srivani probes Edit

Srivani experimenting on Janeway

Srivani probes in Janeway's head

The Srivani used some medical technology including stick-like probes which were placed on the patient's head. Kathryn Janeway was one of the "lab rats" the Srivani used these probes on in 2374. (VOY: "Scientific Method")

The call sheet for Thursday 31 July 1997 identified these sticks as "needle probes on Janeway".

Tool for deep bruises Edit

Medical tool for deep bruises

A medical tool

This medical tool was used by Major Kira Nerys in 2369 for treating Mullibok. According to Doctor Julian Bashir, who left this tool at the cottage, it was for treating deep bruises. (DS9: "Progress")

Trill diagnostic tool Edit

Trill diagnostic tool

A Trill diagnostic tool

A Trill diagnostic tool was a medical instrument used by Trills to check on the status of their symbionts.

In 2367, the host of Odan used this tool to scan his symbiont. The symbiont reacted by pushing outwards beneath the skin. (TNG: "The Host")

It is unclear what this tool actually does, how it stimulates the symbiont, or whether it has healing properties. The script of the episode states: "Odan takes a device from the counter, aims it toward the bulbous protuberance, and envelops it in a spray of light. The growth throbs there for a moment, then begins to recede again. Whatever it is, Odan has just fed it, and it is content once more."

Various medical devices Edit

In 2374, Kes had a tray of items after The Doctor displayed an ocular implant to Kathryn Janeway and Tuvok. Along with a hypospray and dermal regenerator, there were four other devices. (VOY: "The Gift")

Later that year, The Doctor assisted an EMH Mark II with surgery aboard the USS Prometheus. Along with a thrombic modulator, a medical tricorder, an exoscalpel, and a hypospray, there were two other devices with which The Doctor was unfamiliar. (VOY: "Message in a Bottle").

VISOR-like device Edit

VISOR-like device

A medical device

While telling Doctor Bashir about her hunt for Rao Vantika in Deep Space 9's stasis room in 2369, Ty Kajada took this VISOR-like medical device before she decided to stab Rao Vantika with the sharpened device. (DS9: "The Passenger")

Vital signs reading device Edit

Medical device, 2375

A medical device

The Doctor placed this medical device on the neck of Chakotay in 2375 to observe his vital signs and visual cortex activity after Chakotay made contact with an alien species living in the chaotic space. (VOY: "The Fight")

This was evidently a reuse of the blood-gas infuser prop from VOY: "Phage".

Wall-mounted device in sickbay Edit

Sickbay wall device

A wall device

In 2258 of the alternate reality, this device was mounted on a wall in the Enterprise's sickbay, just next to the room's entrance. (Star Trek)

This device was originally a hand dryer, a Dyson Airblade. [1]