(covers information from several alternate timelines)
Dr. Crusher holds a 2360s-era medikit Medkits (also known as medikits) are pouches used by Starfleet medical practitioners and officers that contain medical equipment for away teams.
In the ( alternate reality, Leonard McCoy used a transparent medkit branded with the Starfleet insignia while chasing James T. Kirk as he ran through the USS . Enterprise )
Two Starfleet medikits: standard and compact
2260s a medkit was carried separately from the medical tricorder as a supplement. It contained a hypospray preloaded with up to six drugs in suspension, such as cordrazine, Masiform-D, a neural paralyzer/ melenex, and tri-ox compound. Also included was a spray applicator, a medical scanner, and a palm-sized reader tube.
2370s, the kits were more complex, containing a medical tricorder, a hypospray, a dermal regenerator and trauma kit for emergency medical situations.
They are often kept in strategic positions around Starfleet
vessels and bases. The USS had one located behind the Voyager tactical console on the bridge. ( : " VOY ")
A more compact medkit was also employed by Starfleet. It was about the same height as a standard medkit, but not as wide. (
: " VOY ")
While stranded on a
moon in the Gamma Quadrant, the members of the away team were held prisoners by the Ennis. Doctor Julian Bashir tried to get his medkit from the Ennis Nima back to treat the wounded Major Kira Nerys. ( : " DS9 ")
USS kept extra medkits on hand for relief missions. To prove her loyalty to the Enterprise-D Maquis, Ro Laren stole a large quantity of them in 2370. ( : " TNG ")
2373, Jake Sisko assisted Julian Bashir in distributing medkits to the station's medical staff prior to the Second Battle of Deep Space 9. ( : " DS9 ")
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