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Halo

Up to date as of February 08, 2010
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A Health Pack in Halo CE.
A health pack in a medical Kiosk from Halo 3: ODST.

The UNSC uses the Health Pack as the standard combat wound treatment, which is used by all combat personnel, ranging from Marines to even Spartans. Each Health Pack contains an amount of biofoam, a stitch kit, polypseudomorphine, self-adhering antiseptic battle dressings, and other useful field dressing components.

Health Packs are standard requirements aboard many UNSC ships for medical events. Health packs are often seen on corridor walls at regular intervals. There are also two health packs located in a Pelican. Both of them are on each side of the door to the cockpit. They seem to be more rectangular in shape and are inaccessible to the player.

The Health Packs are present in Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 3: ODST only. In Halo: Combat Evolved, the Health Pack would fill the player's health, but would have no effect on their shields. In Halo 2 and Halo 3, health regenerates with an integrated biofoam dispenser within the new MJOLNIR Mk VI. In Halo 3: ODST, the health packs are dispensed from Medical Kiosks and they use a healing agent known as MediGel.

Though a scratched concept for Halo 3, this equipment shows the internal components of a Health Pack, helping bring realism to its healing effects.

Trivia

  • When you pick up a Health Pack, you will become momentarily blinded by a white flash. However, this goes away instantly if you go through a teleporter.

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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A medkit (or medikit) was a bag or case that contained medical equipment.

Medkits could contain the following items:

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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

"There's also something called a medkit that works just fine, better really, but it's bulky. "
Platt Okeefe

A medkit was a larger version of a medpac. These could often been used up to ten times before needing to be restocked with supplies. These compact packages were designed to provide a trained medic with the tools necessary for field care, yet also allow untrained users to provide emergency care.

Medkits contained diagnostics instruments that could be used to detect both injuries and diseases. The scanner/computer unit was placed directly on the patient and automatically gave simple directions for care and treatment of injuries, unless the user keyed in a specific sequence to indicate their advanced medical training. The medical computer was not without limits however. Because of their simple design and focus on user-friendliness, the units were usually programmable for diagnosing one species at a time. Additionally, the kits usually included a spray hypo with several medical vials, a spray splint and bandage, a sonic scalpel, laser cauterizer, bone stabilizer compound, and a basic sample analyzer with a few sample vials.

Medkits were often used aboard starships and worked better than medpacs according to Platt Okeefe. However, medkits were more bulky than medpacs and could not be carried around in one's belt.

One well-known was the BioTech medkit, which was used by Platt Okeefe aboard the Last Chance.

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