Like all things in the e-Sc@pe universe, medical technology has advanced by leaps and bounds. Mostly out of necessity. As technology advancement always leads to better, more efficient ways of harming or killing another, so to must medical technology advance to keep up.
Syntha-Blood – Synthetic blood, a liquid consisting of all of the basic elements and chemicals that make up blood. In it’s raw form, they are separate and inert. However, the liquid contains nano-bots in suspension. When warmed close to normal body temperature, the nano-bots are programmed to activate and seek out natural blood for a template. Then they begin manufacturing more, using the syntha-blood liquid as a template. This method reduces the time it takes to get the needed blood into the patient, as well as negates the need for blood type matching. Once no more syntha-blood can be detected, the nano-bots deactivate. They are then filtered by the kidneys, and eliminated by the body through normal means.
Liquid-Bandage – This substance closely resembles super-glue. In fact, it is a spin off from adhesive technology of the previous century. It can be applied with a brush, squirt bottle, or a device similar to a caulking gun. After it comes in contact with warm human skin, nano-bots activate and reorder the chemicals and molecules in the goo to form layers of synthetic skin in a mesh grid. This gives the body a bio-degradable scaffolding upon which to grow into and heal. Blood will clot more readily when it comes into contact with this substance.