the 15s are green with the letter A on top and the number 214 on bottom, the 30s have A top 215 on bottom.
They both contain oxycodone. One is 15mg strength and one is 30 mg strength. Same medication, different strength. I believe the ones you are speaking of are short acting but there are forms of oxycodone that may be the same strength but some are a long acting formulation, lasting an 8-12 hour period of time, and the short acting preparations that release the medication all at once so they only last 4-6 hours. The long acting formulations usually have the milligram number on one side and OP on the other. Hope this helps and answers your question
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