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Acetaminophen/Oxycodone - WHAT DOSE THE APAP STAND FOR ' 5/325 APAP'?

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Anonymous 25 Sep 2010

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To answer your question. Oxycodone 5/325 APAP contains 5mg of oxycodone and 325mg of acetaminophen (tylenol). APAP is an abbreviation of acetyl-para-aminophenol - the chemical name of acetaminophen.

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christineATU 25 Sep 2010

Very nice reply Sable.

fall queen 25 Sep 2010

Hi pampgh, I don't really understand your answer. Oxycodone w/APAP is generic for percocet 5 (meaning 5 mgs. of oxy) and yes APAP is for acetaminophen. Now this is where you lost me propoxyphene is generic for Darvon. That would mean if he had a script for Darvocet, that would be propoxyphene w/APAP (acetaminophen) Thanks Fall Queen

htwooh 27 Sep 2010

the dose of acet is 325 mg and the 5 is the amount of oxy, same with vicodins. ASAP is aspirin.

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