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What does oxycodone w/apap 5/325 tab mck mean?

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16 Apr 2011

Hey marjay,

The apap 5/325 refers to the strength of the oxycodone and the acetominophen (tylenol) in the formula of this pill. The formula contain 5 mgs oxycodone and 325 mgs acetominophen. I'm not sure what you mean by mck, that might have to do with the manufacturer.

Hope this helps,


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caringsonbj 16 Apr 2011

I think the mck stands for exactly what Laurie say Merck possibly the manufacture

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