This is a complete list of fictional medicines and drugs used or mentioned in Scrubs.

Box of Kittens

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J.D. administering a box of kittens.

He's coding! Get me a Box of Kittens, stat!J.D.  ("My House")

An actual box of kittens used as a treatment for cardiovascular disease (in the episode, a patient suffering from Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, or Broken Heart syndrome, and in the fantasy, a heart attack). It appeared in one of J.D.'s fantasies, when he was thinking of ways to cure or treat somebody who was suffering physically from sadness. Possible side effects of Box of Kittens include sneezing, tiny scratches, and erectile dysfunction.


When life's not fair at all, use CloveritolCloveritol slogan  ("My Moment of Un-Truth")

Cloveritol is an alternative to standard macrolides, and Dr. Kelso encourages its use. Dr. Cox believes Dr. Kelso is being bribed by the company with free golf trips, to which Dr. Kelso replies, "I'll have you know that I do not authorize any drug for this hospital that I haven't personally researched." When Elliot asks Dr. Kelso what the research showed, Dr. Kelso simply says Cloveritol's slogan.


Main article: Plomox
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Plomox logo

Plomox is the most effective anti-arrhythmic drug on the market right now. And it has minimal side effects: only nausea, impotence, and anal leakage.Julie

I'm getting two out of three just from this conversation. Dr. Cox  (My First Step)

Plomox is promoted as the best anti-arrhythmia on the market (according to Julie Keaton, a pharmaceutical representative). Plomox branded objects are regularly seen throughout the series. Possible side effects of Plomox include nausea, impotence, and anal leakage.

As of "My Waste of Time," the Plomox company is undergoing a lawsuit, because when the drug is administered to diabetic patients, it can cause hypertension and lead to death.

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