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Norco is one brand name for the drug hydrocodone. Hydrocodone is a Schedule 3 drug in the US.


Norco and Lortabs are schedule 3 controlled drugs. They are a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone.


Norco is hydrocodone it just has less Tylenol (acetominophen) It will test the same as vicodin or Lortab


Norco is not considered an anti-inflammatory drug. It is a combination of hydrocodone and acetaminophen and is used to relieve pain.


You mean, will a drug test show the exact sort of things a drug test is designed to show? Yes.


You mean the drug? Yes, but not by the same name but by its components: hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen.


Vicodin and Norco are the same medications. Both contain the active drug called Hydrocodone.


vicodin lortarb norco lorcet there are several all have hydrococobe


NORCO is hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen (Basically same as Vicodin) It is a semi-synthetic opiate. It will show up as opiates on a drug test. Takes 3 to 5 days to get out of your system enough to pass a standard drug test.


Norco is a Schedule 3 (III) drug, meaning that is has less potential for abuse than drugs in Schedules 1 or 2. It has an accepted medical use in the US and is typically used to treat pain. It is a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone.


http://wiki.answers.com/norco/norco.html® (http://wiki.answers.com/hydrocodone-apap/hydrocodone-apap.html) is a prescription pain medication. Because it contains a narcotic, Norco is likely to cause constipation. Although you may avoid this side effect if you take Norco for just a few days (or if you only take it occasionally), the majority of people who take the drug will develop some degree of constipation.


It is a norco 10/325 codeine tablet! Pain reliever! Brand name drug for hydrocodone w/ APAP!


Norco is a brand name for the combination drug hydrocodone/acetaminophen. It is used for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. As with all opioid medications, it is a controlled substance in the United States under the DEA controlled substances act.


Norco, is hydrocodone with 325mg of Tylenol (Acetaminophen). The CDL test or DOT( Dept. of Transportation) test urine for opiates among other things. If you do not have a prescription for hydrocodone, you will be flagged. I would recommend you do not take any urine test for a period of at least 5 days after your last dose of Hydrocodone. At that point, you should be clean.


It just depends on the test..both norco and dilaudid shows up as an opiate, a more extensive drug can tell the difference a dilaudid will show up as a hydromorphone and a norco will show up as a hydrocodone. Hope this helps.


Norco is a very large north American Bicycle company, it is also a pain relieving drug and the name of two cities, one in Louisiana and one in California.


The drug hydrocodone is an opiate. It is a form of opium.


I was previously prescribed suboxone and therefor recognize it has a drug called naloxone in it which is a narcotic antagonist or drug that mixed with opiates such as hydrocodone which is in the norco pill and can cause immediate withdrawal effect.


Vicoden (this is the correct spelling) is a combination of acetaminophen and hydrocodone. Norco is also comprised of the same combination of drugs, but in different ratios. The only way it would be distinguishable would be by the difference in the levels of each acetaminophen and hydrocodone in your body, which could vary by your bodies metabolism of them. So ultimately, yes, a drug test would not be able to distinguish with 100% certainty which drug was taken by the individual being tested.


Codiene does show up on drug tests. It will show up under the same category as hydrocodone. Hydrocodone is a synthetic of codiene, which makes them almost the same.


Yes, anything prescribed by your doctor is a drug. Hydrocodone is an opioid narcotic.


Yes, Hydrocodone falls in the opiate category


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Hydrocodone does not contain an anti-inflammatory drug.


Yes, depending on the drug test administered, hydrocodone can be detected.



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