What is a Watson 387 is it a 7.5?
Yes it is 7.5
Watson 387 is a compound medication that consists of 7.5mg Hydrocodone and 750mg of Acetaminophen. The dose of Acetaminophen is rather high, as it is not recommended to take more than 1000mg of APAP at a time, or more than 4000mg during the day.
You may compare Hydrocodone/APAP combination in Watson 387 (7.5mg/750mg) to Watson 385 (7.5mg/500mg) and Watson 3203 (7.5mg/325mg).
Watson 387 is a generic version for Vicodin. It is mild narcotic pain reliever. Each pill contains a combination of 7.5mg Hydrocodone bitartrate and 750mg Acetaminophen. Hydrocodone is an opioid, and Acetaminophen is a a weaker pain reliever and a fever reducer that increases the effects of Hydrocodone. Beware that Acetaminophen is rather harmful for the liver, and in dosages that exceed 1000mg taken at a time or 4000mg during the day can be dangerous…
7.5 mg hydrocodone is found in Mallinckrodt's pills: M358 (together with 500mg acetaminophen) M360 (together with 750mg acetaminophen) M366 (together with 325mg acetaminophen) In pills produced by Watson Pharmaceuticals, 7.5 mg hydrocodone is found in: Watson 385 (together with 500mg acetaminophen) Watson 387 (together with 750mg acetaminophen) Watson 502 (together with 650mg acetaminophen) Watson 3203 (together with 325mg acetaminophen)