What is the difference in a hydrocodone 7.5 (watson 385) and a lorcet plus 7.5 (watson 802)
5 Jan 2007
The difference is the amount of APAP (Acetaminophen or Tylenol) found in the product. Watson 385 (Lortab) is 7.5 mg Hydrocodone and 500 mg APAP while the Watson 502 (Lorcet+) is 7.5 mg Hydrocodone and 750 mg of APAP.
Note: There is no Watson 802. However for Lorcet+ by Watson, it's listed as Watson 502 and is pink and looks like this:
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