I finally got around to watching the show from the beginning a few weeks back. I'd always caught random episodes, but I really think this the kind of show that's hard to watch casually, since it builds on previous knowledge a lot.
That being said, I noticed something that made me smile a bit. In several scenes, Dr. Frasier is carrying around medical records for the team as they get banged up in their adventures. Every one I can recall so far has been yellow. The military uses something called the Terminal Digit Filing System for medical records. They are color-coded to match the second-to-last number of the servicemember's Social Security Number to assist with accuracy in filing. Yellow is for the number 2, so I guess they all have the number 2 as their second-to last number in their SSN? I'm sure that was something that wasn't even considered, and it's not like it really matters. I just like catching things like that in shows.
I just finished the episode "Allegiance" and Dr. Frasier is calling triage orders to a "corpsman" in the beginning, which is odd, because corpsmen are specific to the Navy; the other branches refer to their enlisted medical personnel as "medics". I was a Navy corpsman for ten years, and we tend to get prickly about the distinction, TBH. We go through additional training pipelines such as Field Medical Training Battalion and are integrated into USMC platoons and squadrons. The Marine Corps is part of the Department of the Navy (hence, no Secretary like the other branches; rather a Commandant), and doesn't have it's own medical assets, so the Navy supplies them. Next time you watch a war movie and a Marine calls out for "doc", the character is actually depicting a sailor, as odd as it seems to people not familiar with the Navy/USMC structure. The Navy's Hospital Corps (from where the term "corpman" comes) is the most distinguish enlisted corps in the military, with 23 Medal of Honor recipients, and numerous other awards. At smaller commands, like submarines, a corspman may be the acting Chief Medical Officer (that requires another year of training as an Independent Duty Corpsman) and be the sole medical asset to look after the whole crew. Navy corpsmen were also the first group of students to get trained to become Physician Assistants when the position was first created.
Anyway, just some observations and history that many probably don't know. Overall, the way medical problems are depicted and handled in this show is pretty good; much better than average for sci-fi shows.