I found a keychain pill box in the sand at the park today and was curious to see if there was anything, and there were two pink round EMTEC 30's, which I knew to be generic codeine with acetaminophen, but there was another round pale blue pill with a piece missing, it seems to be the same size as the codeine pill if it was whole, and one side has nothing on it, but the other side has a score, and 30 is written bellow the score line, and above I can see an A and what seems to be a T but I can't be sure because that's where the pill cuts off. Anyone have a clue what it could be? I thought maybe it was codeine as well but from a different company?
Could possibly be Atasol-30 available in Canada.
Each pale green, round, biconvex tablet bisected on one side, imprinted "ATASOL" on one section, and "30" on the other section, plain on the other side, contains acetaminophen 325 mg, codeine phosphate 30 mg, caffeine citrate 30 mg (equivalent to 15 mg caffeine).
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