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what is the difference between Hydrocodone Bitartrate and Hydrocodone/acetaminophen

Hydrocodone Bitartrate is merely a longer name of the Hydrocodone that is in the Hydrocodone/APAP preparation.

Hydrocodone Polistirex is a time release formulation of hydrocodone bitartrate, used in the cough medicine Tussionex. Hydrocodone Bitartrate is simply an immediate release form. (ie Lortab)

The hydrocodne HCl is a lighter molecule, with a hydrogen ion and a chlorine ion bound to each hydrocodone molecule. The bitartrate version is a hydrogen ion and a tartaric acid molecule. Both of these serve to ensure the bioavailablity of the hydrocodne.

can u shoot up acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate

They're both hydrocodone bitartrate (almost all of the time, when found in pills such as Lortab and Vicodin)- so 7.5mg is stronger than 5mg.

Yes, Lortab contains acetaminophen and hydrocodone (as the bitartrate salt).

No. Vicodin is made up of hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen.

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Hydrocodone bitartrate acetaminophen by theManufacturer / DistributorMallinckrodt PharmaceuticalsHydrocodone 7.5mg is the active ingredient in this pill.

Yes they are essentially the same. Hydrocodone Bitartrate is the narcotic medication in Vicodin. Each tablet of Vicodin contains both Hydrocodone and acetaminiphen (Tylenol).

Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone Bitartrate 325 are both drugs that contain high levels of calming agents, which means that directly ingesting, weather through the nose or mouth, could result in a stopped heart.

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Tussionex does not have the antihistamine chlorpheniramine, but it does contain hydrocodone.

they are both hydrocodone...but vidoden has more tylonal

Acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate 500 mg / 10 mg. :)

It is a generic vicoden es (Acetaminophen-hydrocodone bitartrate) made up of 750mg of acetaminophen and 7.5mg of hydrocodone.

Hydrocodone and codeine are both prescription pain relievers. The difference between them is that hydrocodone is made from codeine, and is often combined with Tylenol. Meanwhile, codeine is made from morphine, and is stronger.

The difference is the amount of acetaminophen (Tylenol). 7.5mg is the amount of hydrocodone in each and the last three numbers refer to the amount of acetaminophen.

Hydrocodone/APAP is the a preparation of Vicodin containing 5mg/500mg of Hydrocodone/APAP.

It's a pain killer and cough suppressant used in medications like Vicodin. "Hydrocodone" is a "semi-synthetic" or partially man-made opiod analgesic (pain killer) and antitussive (cough suppressant) made from codeine and thebaine. "Bitartrate" is a salt of tartaric acid. Tartaric acid is a muscle toxin but in medications that include Hydrocodone Bitartrate, it is used to alter the water-solubility of Hydrocodone to make it more readily absorbed b the body. Hydrocodone Bitartrate is the generic name/active ingredient (alongside acetaminophen) in Vicodin, Vicodin ES, Lortab, and Norco. It is a mild to moderate pain reliever and is a Schedule III drug in the United States. It is only available with a prescription from a doctor. -Syrich, Pharmacy Technician

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

Vicodin is the brand name of the drug hydrocodone/acetaminophen a narcotic analgesic.

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