I found this in a plastic drawer set I used while in the hospital some time ago. At this point, I'm just insanely curious, because I can't find it with the pill identifier. I should add that it is an oblong tablet that seems to have two layers: beige on the imprint side and white on the other blank side. Any clues would whet my perplexed state of mind. ;-)
Generic Name: Aspirin
Strength: 500 mg buffered
Manufacturer: Novartis Consumer Health
Trade Name: Extra Strength Bufferin
Size (mm): 17 X 9
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