“Unfortunately it could be any of fifty varieties and we can’t prescribe the antidote with any certainty until we know the exact composition.” (A Coffin for Starsky)

also see, Bodies and Care, , also see, Medical Ailments, also see, Body Parts

Kate tells Brady to look at her (Cover Girl)
• doctor’s reports
• lab tests
• blood counts
• tissue samples
• white cell counts

Hutch speculates on Nash’s condition to Dr. Wachman (Set-Up)
• shock
• drugs
• hypnosis
• plain old fashioned brainwashing

Commander Jim’s symptoms (Lady Blue)
• head squeezed
• eyes bleed green
• everything turns white hot and pink

Starsky asks the nurses for (Partners)
• some rest
• new body
• general overhaul

Danny Deveen tries to sell Starsky (Quadromania)
• whites for that run-down feeling
• yellows for iron poor blood
• red to just plain get down and boogie
• truly rude ‘ludes
• snappers
• poppers
• Venezuelan Whiff
Hutch asks Officer Roger for information (Vampire)
• all patients released from psychiatric hospitals in the last 2 years
• criminal assaults against women
• schizophrenic delusions
• blood fetishes

Dr. Matwick’s new drug is (Murder Ward)

• belladonna derivative
• long term
• works with the adrenal gland
• is more effective the more violent or agitated the patient becomes

Hutch instructs Theresa regarding Starsky (Shootout)
• keep him covered
• keep him warm
• keep his face cool

Nick doesn’t “touch” (Starsky’s Brother)
• cocaine
• hard stuff
• aspirin

Starsky knows Maurice wants from the pharmacy (Manchild on the Streets)
• uppers
• downers
• goodies
• anything that will sell on the street

Dr. Simpson describes Roxy’s death (Heroes)

• happened around 1:30 in the morning
• death wasn’t from heroin
• death was violent
• there were signs of convulsions

Starsky tells Hutch the Plague Plan (Plague)
• doctors are going to “tap his [Callendar’s] veins”
• doctors are going to “find the serum in his [Callendar’s] blood.”
• doctors are going to “give you a shot.”
• and “Allah Kazzam, Captain Marvel, you’ll be up and around.”

Huggy’s injuries (Deadly Imposter)
• couple of broken ribs
• bad bruises
• bad headache

Starsky describes blood (Satan’s Witches)
• red stuff
• comes out of your veins
• especially if someone uses a knife

Apparent botulism symptoms (Game)
• paralysis
• wheezing
• sore throat
• stomach pain/cramps
• sweating

People Starsky checked in with at hospital trying to find Hutch (Game)
• doctors
• nurses
• emergency ward
• front desk

Signs of suffocation (Death in a Different Place)
• signs of cyanosis
• blue tinge around the face and upper torso
• petechial hemorrhage
• blood shot eyes

Hutch’s description of a paramedic unit (Deckwatch)
• emergency medical unit that works with the county
• critical gun cases by radio
• special hook-up with a doctor that specializes in gun wounds
• still the only person that can help you”

Jake says he feels (Plague)
• dizzy
• hot
• cold
• like his lungs are going to explode

Hutch asks Emily’s doctor, regarding her blindness (Blindfold)
• temporary
• permanent
• shock
• “or what”

The plague and its symptoms (Plague)
• pneumonia/fluid in lungs
• critical dehydration
• kidney malfunction
• high temperature, hot then cold, feverish
• white blood cell reduction / leucopenia
• massive internal hemorrhaging
• difficulty breathing
• liver damage
• highly contagious after the incubation period of forty-eight hours
• dizziness
• is a virus, antibiotics don’t work
• destroys the body from “the inside out”
• makes lungs feel “like they are going to explode”

Dr. Morgan tells IA about the skin found under Vanessa’s nails (Hutchinson for Murder One)

• blood type B-
• skin texture Caucasian
• Nordic-type
• most likely between the ages of 25 – 35

Known about the poison (A Coffin for Starsky)
• it’s a progressive type poison
• it is any one of fifty varieties
• it is a poisonous compound
• it’s term could be predictable
• it is in the organic-chloride grouping

Three genuine injuries Starsky suffers in car crash (Partners)
• bandage on forehead
• hurt feelings
• bruises

Three genuine injuries Hutch suffers in car crash (Partners)
• concussion
• broken arm
• sprained back
• sprained neck

What Minnie reads off for Hutch about requisition #5834 (Avenger)
• the CII has no record of any fingerprints
• the saliva analysis on the glass reads blood type A
• Delaney says the hair and saliva are from the same Caucasian woman

How Starsky will be affected by Bellamy’s poison (A Coffin for Starsky)
• his ability to see, breathe, sweat, swallow, and cough
• uncontrolled perspiration
• distorted vision
• loss of coordination
• difficulty breathing
• in the end, coma

Chemicals in the poison Bellamy gave Starsky (A Coffin for Starsky)

• 2 cc hydrochloride
• 1 cc bromoacetone
• 4 cc benzyl cyanide
• 1 cc diphenylamine

Things bad guys ask medical guy for as a disguise (Death Ride)

• surgical cap
• surgical mask
• sheets
• gurney
• set of greens

Drs. Meredith and Kaufman need to find out about the plague (Plague)
• how does it kill
• where does it start
• how do we stop it

Sammy Grovner’s mother made him chicken soup for every illness, including (Shootout)
• broken arm
• pneumonia
• a boil

Doctors at San Leone treated Commander Jim with (Lady Blue)
• psychotherapy
• chemotherapy
• electroshock therapy

Medical Examiner Hutchinson explains (Avenger)
• assailant was smaller than victim, angle of entry was straight on
• assailant was right-handed, wounds are on left side
• assailant was “crazy as hell,” number of stab wounds

Mentioned during Starsky’s cardiac arrest (Sweet Revenge)
• board
• defibrillator
• sodium bicarb
• epinephrine
• 400-watt seconds
• continuing compression
• normal sinus rhythm
• lidocaine drip

Helen’s corpse (Lady Blue)
• two days dead
• killed in one location
• multiple puncture wounds
• dropped where she was found
• wrapped in television antenna wire