... Kadian capsule?
I agree with KM. There is no way to tell how many beads are in each capsule. It would take a lot of time, patience and sneaking to remove beads from a capsule and then put them together again without messing up the capsule with finger prints or even just getting the capsules back together. It sounds far fetched but anything is possible. I mean, if you want to think like that, why wouldnt they exchange beads with a non-opioid medication and take all the beads from the capsule replacing them with something else? You might ask the manufacturer if they fill 150mg capsules with more beads than an 80mg. I know of nowhere that they print that sort of information. I dont know that many people would think of comparing.
- Kadian Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Kadian (detailed)
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