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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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Category Filter: MEDICAL DEVICES (50)

  • Medical Devices
    • Accu-Crack (chiropractic Device)
        • Alan tells Walden about his the self-healing chiropractic device he invented called the Accu-Crack, which allows you to crack your own back. Problem is, there is already a caulking gun, reggae band and porn site with the same name. And he can't change the name. Because he already had 30,000 brochures printed. (Season 9 episode Slowly and in a Circular Fashion)
    • Anti-Gravity Recovery Chamber
        • Highly sophisticated technology used in hospitals and rehabilitation centers. Research has shown that patients in anti-gravity conditions exhibit a 70% faster recovery rate from traumatic injury or disease. Weyland scientists designed a room-sized facility that simulates anti-gravity on a particulate level. Patients can receive the benefits of anti-gravity treatment while remaining comfortably in bed. This product is currently under limited release exclusively in major metropolitan areas on earth.
    • ATS
        • Virtual therapy device Beverly gives Zoe to confront her inner fears and confront her anger issues (Season 2 episode Games People Play)
    • CRISPR
        • In 1993, a breakthrough new technology known as CRISPR gave scientists a path to treat incurable diseases through genetic editing. In 2016, due to its potential for misuse, the U.S. Intelligence community designated genetic editing a "Weapon of Mass Destruction and Proliferation".
    • DiePOD
        • Abe's friend in his retirement home gives him a business card for Dr. Egoyan, a doctor that helps old people to kill themselves using a death machine called the diePOD. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
    • Doppler Phase Translocator
        • Critical component of the miniaturization technology.
    • Dr. Homer's Miracle Spine-O-Cylinder
        • After Homer accidentally eases his own back pain by falling backwards over a trashcan, he decides to become a doctor - and patent his trashcan as a spinal adjustment medical device. (Season 12 episode Pokey Mom)
    • Flexor Dura-joints
        • Artiforg that Beth mentions when she's breaking down all of her artificial parts for Remy.
    • Genesis Vats
        • Device that Make-A-Match uses to create clones for their dating app users. (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • H.H.E. Hibernation Pods
        • Device the military uses to freeze Joe and Rita.
    • Hexa-Tan Liver
        • Artiforg, one of the artificial parts that Beth mentions prior to her knee surgery, from a specialty house in Denmark.
    • The Home Root Canal Kit
        • Harry meets a suicidal man, a failed inventor, when he prepares to perform his outrageous stunt. Gus mentions several of his failed inventions, including The Pocket Aquarium, Toe Floss and The Home Root Canal Kit. (Season 5 episode Her Honor Part 4)
    • Hyper Sleep Nexus
        • Controller for the hyper sleep pods that Matthew accidentally unplugs killing everybody on the station except for him and Bill. (Season 3 episode Space, the episode that imagines WNYX is located on a space station)
    • Hypersleep Chamber
        • The only product on the market capable of suspending the body's autonomic functions while maintaining the health of each individual cell during stasis. A Holographic display communicates with ship's mainframe to monitor metabolic conditions to suspend cell function. The hypersleep chambers can be programmed to initiate, maintain and terminate hypersleep stasis of human crew depending on length of mission and percent FTL travel. Zero-loss lithium ion batteries in a tertiary backup system support the chamber's function for up to 100 years in case of emergency.
    • Jackson Reproductive Replacement System, Release 5.3
        • Artiforg that Beth mentions when she's breaking down all of her artificial parts for Remy. "Lady Mystique model. Comes in six sparkling colors."
    • Jarvik 39 Heart Module
        • Artiforg, top of the line artificial heart manufactured by The Union implanted in Remy when he is electrocuted.
    • Lipron
        • The cause of the disease on the zombie world was an over the counter bacteria product called Lipton that was engineered to attack fat. Along with the antidote, it was marketed and sold as a weight loss product. (Season 3 episode Sole Survivors)
    • M.5 Neural Net
        • The ultimate artiforg that controls the entire limbic system, designed for extensive neurological injuries. "Live the rest of your life in a dream."
    • Mark J. Surgeon
        • Surgical table at The New You. A Table such as this could lengthen bone and change dental patterns. It could broaden shoulders, put on or take off weight. It could alter germ plasma or blood groupings. With its infinitely adjustable lasers it could lay back the flesh surrounding a single nerve and lift out that nerve without nicking thesheath. It was as precise as a diamond cutter and as unemotional as a vending slot.
    • Medi-pod
        • Device Kiera mentions when she tries to talk her sister off a ledge when she's high on the drug Flash. (Episode Second Thoughts)
    • MEDiC (Mobile External Diagnostics Center)
        • MEDiCs are a critical tool for any publicly occupied space or civilian home environment. MEDiCs provide peace of mind like never before. Simply open the wall-mounted case and remove the diagnostic vest. Once placed over the patient, MEDiC will determine the extent of all external damage, analyze blood samples, if present, and return results within minutes. Emergency personnel responding can immediately access the patient's information from MEDiC and relay it to nearby clinical facilities. MEDiCs can be administered by any adult citizen and have saved millions of lives.
    • Model 1200
        • Device made by the Techno-Ranch corporation that transmits a signal to stimulate an animal's hypothalamus. Increased the hunger response. A healthy alternative to growth hormones. (episode Feeding Frenzy)
    • Opticor Eyes
        • Artiforg, one of the artificial parts that Beth mentions prior to her knee surgery.
    • Palmer-Perkin Chamber
        • Critical component of the miniaturization technology.
    • Pauling MedPod 720i
        • This year, Weyland Industries introduced the FDA-approved MedPod 720i - our most advanced unit to date - which can diagnose, treat and perform a range of surgical procedures with ultra-fine laser incisions guided by 3D anatomical scanning. Procedures include everything from diagnosis and treatment of infection through concentrated antibiotic injections, basic wound repair, appendectomy, laparoscopic ablation and Cesarean section. At present, a dozen units have been manufactured and deployed in the field by Weyland Industries for practical testing.
    • Photon Densitometer
        • Critical component of the miniaturization technology.
    • Photon Echo Memory Chip
        • Critical component of the miniaturization technology.
    • Psychological Detoxifier
        • Machine that removes all your cognitive toxins and purifies your system (Season 3 episode 6 Rest and Ricklaxation)
    • ReadyFace 35-50
        • Medical console used to manipulate viruses and pathogens. The 35-50 is an older model.
    • ReadyFace 7-86
        • Medical console used to manipulate viruses and pathogens.
    • Regeneration Cradle
        • Device Ultron and Dr. Helen Cho use to create his new body - the one that eventually becomes The Vision.
    • Sleep-Inducer
        • Watson plugs into his Sleep-inducer for his nightly quota of 6.8 hours, and also uses that time to absorb the relevant literature in his field via hypno-paedics.
    • Solar Powered Ultra High Resolution Gamma Pulse Tomography
        • Eureka science fair project presented by The Heathers: "The next phase in medical imaging." (Season 2 episode Duck Duck Goose)
    • Somnawave
        • Device advertised at Data Refresh, the medical service on the space station Shaofu 2: "Featuring over a hundred preprogrammed dream scenarios, the Somnawave turns an ordinary night sleep into a night of top notch entertainment." (Season 1 episode 4)
    • Suicide Machine
        • Machine in Dr. Hibbert's office that Homer uses trying to kill himself, but only receives sexual release. (Season 13 episode Jaws Wired Shut)
    • Symphatic Diagnoser
        • Technology that allows Dr. Pete Dawson to experience the pain that his patients are feeling (Season 4 episode Black Museum)
    • Tallonian Microscanner Type IV
        • Device that Quark purchases, according to Worf when he interferes in Odo's investigation. Primarily used to determine ht purity of Tallonian crystals, illegal anywhere but on the Tallonian homeworld. (Season 4 episode Hippocratic Oath)
    • TestiCool 2000
        • Niles' testicular hypothermia device that promotes motility by keeping his nether regions at a cool and constant ninety-six degrees. (Season 11 episode No Sex Please, We're Skittish)
    • Transcellular Micro-grafting
        • Technology that Captain Mercer's new girlfriend Janel uses to conceal her true Krill identity. (Season 2 episode Nothing Left on Earth Excepting Fishes)
    • Vocar Ears
        • Artiforg, one of the artificial parts that Beth mentions prior to her knee surgery.

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