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A syringe.

A syringe was a device used on Earth to inject medicine and draw blood before the advent of the hypospray.

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When he was transported downtime from 2270 to 2020 and into Shaun Christopher's body, James T. Kirk's blood was drawn by Doctor Marcus O'Herlihy using a syringe. (TOS novel: The Rings of Time)

In 2266, Leonard McCoy used a syringe to administer a radiation poisoning antidote to a de-aged Montgomery Scott. (TOS comic: "World Against Time")

In 2267 aboard the USS Enterprise, McCoy filled a syringe loaded with anesthesia, put on an environmental suit, and passed through an airlock to combat two criminals planning to drop an irradiated warp reactor from orbit onto a penal colony. The needle of the syringe punctured their suits, and they fell helplessly out into space. (TOS comic: "Prison Break")

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