Tuesday, August 04, 2009 wadesdc, Community Member, asks

Q: What is the difference between Oxycodone apap 5-325 and hydrocodone apap 7.5-325

What is the difference between Oxycodone apap 5-325 and hydrocodone apap 7.5-325?

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Scooter, Community Member
8/ 4/09 4:11pm

Oxycodone apap 5-325 is oxycodone 5mg and acetaminophen 325 mg. Hydrocodone apap 7.5-325 is hydrocodone 7.5 mg and acetaminophen 325 mg

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Elise, Community Member
8/11/11 12:38pm

I can see that one has 7.5 and the other 5.  But the name shift, does that mean anything or do they just call it a different name when the amount changes.  Is it still the same drug oxycodone or whatever, just a different amount?

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By wadesdc, Community Member— Last Modified: 08/11/11, First Published: 08/04/09