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What is in a tablet marked "Endo/602"?
Q: I have some round, white, scored pills that say "endo" on the 1st line and "602" under it. There is nothing on the other side. I was told it is Oxycodone but I've never seen Oxy like this. What is it?

A: According to the Ident-a-Drug Reference, a tablet marked "Endo/602" contains 325 mg Acetaminophen and 5 mg Oxycodone HCl. It is produced by Endo Labs and marketed under the name "Endocet".

Asked By : Endo 602
Answered By : fire
Published Date : 9 / 4 / 2004
Last Edited Date : 9 / 4 / 2004
Question ID : 3074

Categories: [ Pharmaceuticals ] [ Pharmaceutical ID ]

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