What is this pill - with '"unidentified 40' imprint?
- 4 Oct 2014 by mjin520
- 4 Oct 2014
- pill id, pill
I can't tell what symbol is before the number, but the pills is a oval shape and has a symbol that looks like a closed off letter "c" but in a downward facing position. I guess the best way to describe it is a crescent moon shape that has a downward angle. It's a beige color.
Next to the symbol, it has the number 40 imprinted next to it. It has nothing on the back side.
Pill imprint Logo 40 has been identified as Pantoprazole sodium delayed release 40 mg.
Pantoprazole is used in the treatment of gerd; barrett's esophagus; erosive esophagitis; dumping syndrome; zollinger-ellison syndrome (and more), and belongs to the drug class proton pump inhibitors.
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