- Legal status:
- Rx-only (UEG)
- Drug class:
- Cellular Anticrystalline
Cryostorage apparatuses such as cryotubes (or “cryochambers”) are stasis compartments found within human space-faring vessels that allow passengers to endure protracted journeys while preserved at sub-zero temperatures. In order to prevent damage to cell membranes due to the formation of ice crystals, a chemical called cytoprethaline is injected into subjects before they are sealed into the chamber and enter hibernation. This is a vital step in order to ensure healthy and safe transportation across space. Although cytoprethaline has become a standard part of 26th-century interstellar life, it is not without its risks. One such danger is the opportunity for chemical allergies, which can see suffering subjects endure debilitating health after awaking from sleep. One particularly notable case was Thomas Lasky, who suffered allergic reactions to such severity that he was offered a medical discharge.
Possible Side effects
Allergic reaction: Blistering, peeling, or red skin rashes. Itching or hives, swelling of face, hands, or feet. Swelling or tingling in throat or mouth. Trouble breathing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, cold sweat, and bluish-colored skin. Sudden or severe headache, dizziness, problems with speech or walking.
Set against the backdrop of a United Nations Space Command (UNSC) military academy, a group of cadets are training to be the next generation of leaders in the UNSC’s ongoing war with insurrectionists in the outer colonial planets.
Master Chief Petty Officer John-117 is here to finish the fight with this Halo 4 tee.