I have never heard of 366 or 358 tabs, where did you get that number
They are from different manufacturers, & that number refers to the amounyt of acetophetamine(tylenol) in the Vicodin. Seems we had this question yesterday also. Hope this helps...
The M366 is 7.5 mg hydrocodone with 325 mgs acetominophen (tylenol) while the M358 is 7.5 mgs hydrocodone with 500 mgs acetominophen. So the amount of opoid pain killer is the same, the difference lies in the amount of cutting agent, acetominophen. So the M358 is ever so slightly stronger, though in reality I doubt you'll notice much difference between the two.
Hope this helps.
according to the pill identifier both of these numbers that you gave me are 7.5 of hydrocodone, 7mg of hydrocodone and 500mg of tylenol (acetaminophen)
m366 has 325 mg of acemedaphine and the m358 has 500 mg of ace but they both have the same amount off narcotic 7.5,hope this helps
Its actually the same
Which is stronger? They're the same. The m358 has slightly more poison in it with 500 milligrams of acetaminophen. The higher the dose of that the worse it is on your liver. If your doctor ever write you a script for such a drug, try and get the acetaminophen at the lowest possible dose. But the hydrocodone is what helps with pain.
10/500 refers to the strengths of hydrocodone (10mg) and acetaminophen (500 mg) M366 is 7.5mg hydrocodone and 325 mg acetaminophen (generic for Norco) and the M358 is 7.5 mg hydrocodone and 500 mg of acetaminophen (generic for Lortab - they don't make these anymore).
The old Watson horse pill
- Lortab Information for Consumers
- Lortab Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lortab (detailed)
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