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Is oxycodone/acetaminophen 7.5-500mg tb extended release or instant release?

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10 Dec 2012

immediate release

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Anonymous 10 Dec 2012

Right on as usual Laurie, & good morning to you... Mary

16 Dec 2012

Immediate Release

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16 Dec 2012

it is immediate release, whereas a OXYCONTIN say 20mg is extended release. catspaw1955

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