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.
They are the same.
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)
can u shoot up acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate
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.
no, it's a narcotic
Hell yes it will
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).
Answer#1There is no difference.
No. Vicodin is made up of hydrocodone bitartrate and acetaminophen.