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What is in a tablet labelled "MIA 110"?
Q: I recently obtained some pills which I was led to believe are Hydrocodone. However, the inscription on the pill says "MIA 110"

I have looked all over the web for the description of the pill, and I cannot find it. If you could please lead me to a site explaining the pill I would be very grateful. Thank you for your time.

A: The tablet you describe does not contain any hydrocodone. According to the Drug Identification Bible, a tablet with the imprint "MIA 110" contains 50 mg Butalbital, 325 mg Acetaminophen and 40 mg Caffeine.

Butalbital is a barbiturate and when combined with acetaminophen is used in the treatment of tension headaches.



Asked By : FIend
Answered By : fire
Published Date : 3 / 6 / 2003
Last Edited Date : 3 / 12 / 2004
Question ID : 3038

Categories: [ Pharmaceutical ID ] [ Barbiturates ]

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