Hydromorphone ER and Hydrocodone ER? Not "Exalgo" or "Palladone" either. Thanks Everyone!
19 Jul 2012
It does seem that the pharmaceutical companies keep coming up with new ways to extend patents on the meds they manufacture. If my thinking is correct, I believe those two formulations are relatively new, if that's the case, it may be years. Your pharmacist may be a good resource person in that area. Why not give your favorite pharmacist a call.
Peace and to more pain free days,
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