What is this pill - with 'Atasol' imprint?
- 14 Feb 2010 by henrey schooonmaker
- 2 Jun 2012
- atasol, percocet
Size of a regular percocet, it is light blue with the imprint "ATASOL"
then a line across the diameter of the pill with the number "30" below.
There are no imprints on the back of the pill.
I found these in the back of my medicine cabinet, and I'd hate to throw
away a medication that could still be of use.
Your pill is Atasol-30, a painkiller 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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Posted 10 Mar 2010 • 1 answer