I need to kno the name brand of oxycodone 30 mg because as far as i kno any drug with the name oxycodone is a generic version, like when you get a script for Percocet 5/325, which i have heard are blue? 99% of the time you get the generic version oxycodone/apap 5/325, Both meds containe the same drugs 5 mgs of oxycodone and 325 mg of tylonol. I kno endo and Roxi Pharms make endocet, and Roxicet both with the same drugs as percocet (a name brand?) and oxycodone/apap ( a generic version) are Endo and Roxi name brand or generic? Any 30 mg oxycodone i have ever gotten from the pharmacy wether they are (M 30) or (A 215) or (V 48 12) are all called oxycodone 30 mg hence they are all generic drugs. So whats the name brand of any oxycodone hydrochloride (5mg, 10mg, 15mg, or 30mg) without any tylonol?
21 Apr 2015
One thing that happens when you start getting to the higher doses of the drug, especially the generics, is that more and more scripts are written for them. When that happens you start getting less and less brand names on the pills because now they're produced in balk, massive, and inexpensive quantities. So, there really is no "Brand Name" for Oxycodone 30's other than the identifying measures you've been using.
Hope this helps some,
28 Sep 2011
Roxicodone is the brand name from Roxi. They come in 15mg (small round green tabs)and 30mg (small round blue tablets)for sure. They may come in the other strengths too-I am just not positive on that Also another brand name is OxyIR. I'm not sure who the maker is on that one. Your ones with the M 30 are generics from mallinkrodt I believe and the ones with the V are Qualitests generic-I have had both of those too and I have had the brand name Roxicodone and OxyIR. I think there is an OxyFast too-I'm not sure of what mg they come in. If you want the brand name you might be able to ask for it. With my insurance I can ask for a brand name and I just pay a lot larger copay (and with Roxicodone I think the generics are just as good except for the ones made by Ethex-they give me a severe headache and they smell like poison-they are white and say ETH on them)some insurances you automatically get the generic if one is available unless the Dr writes specifically for name brand.
Most Drs write substitution permitted and they will fill the generic unless you ask for brand name. Some insurances will not pay for brand name if there is a generic available-they flat out refuse to pay for brand name unless there is no generic available. If you want brand name with these ins co's you pay out of pocket. So check with your insurance comapany if you dont already know whether they allow you to get the brand name at a higher copay. Hope this helped some
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