What is the strongest pain meds in tablet form One Dr said oxycodone the other Oxycontin?

The below answer is correct; they are the same. However to answer your question, there are quite a few narcotic pain relievers, some work better for some people and others work better for other people. But Dilaudid (hydromorphone), Opana (Oxymorphone) and Fentanyl are some of the strongest. Although Fentanyl is only available in a transdermal patch or a "lolly pop" type preparation which you let disolve in your mouth. These two drugs contain the same ingredients. The difference is that oxycodone is fast acting, peaks within several hours, and wans in about 4 hours. Oxycontin is a sustained release tablet that continues to work for 12 hours.

Oxycontin is used in patients with chronic pain to reduce the need to take tablets every 4-6 hours. It takes longer to build up in the system and does not work as quickly as oxycodone.