Is hydrocodone hydroloride 30 mg? without Tylenol stonger than other oxycodone?
- 9 May 2014 by Bonnie the Cat
- 11 May 2014
- tylenol, hydrocodone, oxycodone
Is the oxycodone hydrolcloride without tylenol stronger than other oxycodone?
This question has also been asked and answered here: Oxycodone vs Hydrocodone - What's the difference between them?
No, oxycodone is oxycodone whether it has acetaminophen or not. Hydrocodone is not quite as strong as oxycodone. The only hydrocodone without acetaminophen (at least in the US) is time release Zohydro.
There is only one oxycodone and that is oxycodone hydrochloride. That's the chemical salt and is the full name of the med. It means nothing. Think of it as the meds last name.
Never heard of hydrocodone hydrochloride. It's usually hydrocodone bitartrate. These are basically salts that bind with the narcotic. And no, hydrocodone isn't nearly as strong as oxycodone. Oxycodone is nearly 3 times stronger than hydrocodone, hence the CII status.
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