Please help in identifying a light blue pill with the # 59010 on one half and the # 240 on the other half. There is no logo, only numbers. It is thought to be a generic for a pain medication, perhaps Hydrocodone of some kind. Anyone know?
6 Jan 2007
It is not Hydrocodone of any kind, but it is a pain med called Bupap.
You can view more info by COPYING AND PASTING THIS LINK in its ENTIRETY:
Simply clicking on it, the link won't work right.
You can view a photo by COPYING AND PASTING THIS LINK in its ENTIRETY:
again, clicking on it won't work you have to copy,
Click on the one that says 'Bupap tablet' (ECR PHARM.) it is the second link/photo down.
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I found half of a pill. It is blue, oblong/oval/eliptical or whatever you want to call it. Since I only found half of it, the only letters I can see ...
this is a veterinary medication,.
Pill can be broken in half (has two sections) - football-shaped, blue and the imprint is on only one side; nothing imprinted on the other.