It is Sucralfate 1g, which is used to treat stomach ulcers.
A white round pill with Watson 749 is a 5mg generic percocet. It contains oxycodone and acetominopen.
that is 10 mg hydrocodone and 325 mg Tylenol or acetaminophen
is it just like vicoprofin
Watson 780 is a blue Sucraflate pill used to treat GI issues such as Gerd, stomach ulcers, and stomatitis. It is not a controlled substance and is also prescribed for acid reflux, and mouth ulcers.
No, it is Sucralfate 1g, which is used to treat stomach ulcers.
Yes, a white pill with Watson 540 on it is a VicodinM
A 10mg Vicodin by Watson is called a acetaminophen / hydrocodone 325 mg / 10 mg. This pill is a Watson and is labeled Watson 853 or Watson 540. Consult with someone in the medical profession before consuming an unknown type of pill.
A pill with the imprint Watson 3202 is Acetaminophen and hydrocodone bitartrate. It is used to treat pain.
I think 500 mg is the 512749 750 mgWrong, wrong and wrong!First, there is no pill indexed "Watson 512", as Watson Pharmaceuticals does not manufacture "512" pills. The pill you seem to mean must be Mallinckrodt's product (no WATSON letters on it, just number 512). But it is not 500mg.Second, there IS a pill indexed "Watson 749", and it is a Watson product. But it is not 750mg in strength.Both "512" pill and "Watson 749" are generic versions of brand name Percocet, equal in strength containing 350mg of oxycodone hydrochloride and 5mg acetaminophen each.
A Watson 820 pill is a yellow, round pill. It's a generic form of Percodan which contains Oxycodone and Asprin, pretty much just like Percocet. The pill contains Oxycodone HCL 4.5mg/ Oxycodone Terephthalate 0.38 mg, and 325mg of Asprin.
it's vicodin 7.5
oxicodone/actaminophen 7.5 mg./325 mg
Watson 820, yellow, round. This pill is percodan which is oxycodone/aspirin.