Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 007337/006.

Names and composition

"PERCODAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ASPIRIN and OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE and OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
007337/006 PERCODAN ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 4.5MG and 0.38MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
007337/007 PERCODAN ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 4.8355MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
007337/005 PERCODAN-DEMI ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 2.25MG and 0.19MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
007337/006 PERCODAN ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 4.5MG and 0.38MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
040255/001 OXYCODONE AND ASPIRIN ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 4.5MG and 0.38MG
040260/001 OXYCODONE AND ASPIRIN ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 4.5MG and 0.38MG
087464/001 CODOXY ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 4.5MG and 0.38MG
087742/001 OXYCODONE AND ASPIRIN (HALF-STRENGTH) ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 2.25MG and 0.19MG
087743/001 ROXIPRIN ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 4.5MG and 0.38MG
087794/001 OXYCODONE AND ASPIRIN ASPIRIN; OXYCODONE HYDROCHLORIDE; OXYCODONE TEREPHTHALATE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and 4.5MG and 0.38MG

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Answered questions

What is the difference between percocet and percodan?
Asked by Shayla Ungerland 1 year ago.

BOTH CONTAIN THE NARCOTIC OXYCODONE, BUT ONE HAS ASPIRIN, AND THE OTHER ACETAMINOPHEN (TYLENOL) Percodan® is the brand name for the combination of acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) and oxycodone. Percodan® is prescribed for moderate to moderately severe pain. Oxycodone binds to the pain receptors in the brain so that the sensation of pain is reduced. Acetylsalicylic acid halts the production of prostaglandins which otherwise cause pain. It is available in tablet, capsule, and liquid form and is taken every 6 hours by mouth. Since oxycodone can be habit forming, care must be taken to follow the doctor's instructions when taking Percodan®. Do not take a larger dose, or take it more frequently, or take it for longer than the doctor has prescribed. Answered by Susann Wallwork 1 year ago.

Percocet contains Oxycodone and Acetominophen (Tylenol). Percodan contains Oxycodone and Aspirin Answered by Julian Petersson 1 year ago.

Percocet has a narcotic (oxycodone) combined with acetaminophen (Tylenol) Percodan combines the same narcotic with aspirin. Answered by Patrice Hardiman 1 year ago.


Anybody ever taken a percodan? What's it do to you?
Asked by Raymond Legassie 1 year ago.

Percodan is a 'mild' pain-reliever. NO alcohol with it & follow dosage directions. Fairly safe medication. Answered by Linn Mcintrye 1 year ago.


Neo-percodan consequences?
Some girl told me something about her taking neo-percodan and she's only 15. Does she use it like a drug or something? What does it make you feel? Asked by Brianna Sulivan 1 year ago.

I've never heard of Neo-Percodan. Are you by chance referring to Percodan? That is a powerful narcotic in the Opiate family, used for relief of pain. It is definitely NOT something you want to play around with casually, and can have catastrophic consequences if abused. For severe pain, it's a great pain reliever. For recreational use, it's a horrible choice to play with. Answered by Keesha Hobaugh 1 year ago.


State drug testing/ why wouldn't my percodan's show up in my UA?
I've taken percodan's for over a year, my Dr run a UA on my and the meds did not show up! Can someone try to tell me what happened? Asked by Enedina Stirling 1 year ago.

I guess in the question is another question. Was this a simple urinalysis in which case no drug screen would have been preformed. Trust me you would know if there was a drug screen being preformed on your urine; it is handled differently. The urine has to follow a whole 'chain of custody' routine. So if this was not done you probably had a simple U/A. Also Percodan is a specific medication which is much less likely to come up on a drug screen than say a positive test for say a general test for opiates (which would be more commonly tested for). Answered by Kirby Portrum 1 year ago.

Depending on how you take them? PRN or as needed may mean you only take them randomly. Does that mean you skip a day or more at a time? The metabolites are measured up to a certain parameter, hence, a negative is not a negative it simply means that you have not reached the drugs starting point for testing. So what the test is really saying is that you are not abusing them and your metabolites have fallen below the starting point for the test. Another possibility is that they are doing randoms and not testing for every drug each time, or if you declared that you are taking them they may have opted not to test you for it. Answered by Jesse Dedic 1 year ago.

Probably because they did a urinalysis, not a urine drug screen. It's funny how the answer you get is so dependent on the question you ask. Answered by Fleta Ganska 1 year ago.

A routine urinalysis does not check for drugs. Answered by Suzanne Stimler 1 year ago.

because if ur doctor prescribed them and gave u the ua then he probably didnt check for opiates since they would be in ur system Answered by Savanna Reichart 1 year ago.

They usually only test for cocaine,meth and marijuana, however urine tests are fuul proof i have passed one before and should have failed it. Really it should be a violation of civil rights because they are not full proof. Answered by Mirtha Cuadra 1 year ago.

working in a hospital before, i would say, either the lab paperwork was wrong or if the State was giving it, Who knows! They don't do anything right Answered by Vernita Jocoy 1 year ago.


What is the difference between percocet and percodan?
Asked by Ardith Pennella 1 year ago.

BOTH CONTAIN THE NARCOTIC OXYCODONE, BUT ONE HAS ASPIRIN, AND THE OTHER ACETAMINOPHEN (TYLENOL) Percodan® is the brand name for the combination of acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) and oxycodone. Percodan® is prescribed for moderate to moderately severe pain. Oxycodone binds to the pain receptors in the brain so that the sensation of pain is reduced. Acetylsalicylic acid halts the production of prostaglandins which otherwise cause pain. It is available in tablet, capsule, and liquid form and is taken every 6 hours by mouth. Since oxycodone can be habit forming, care must be taken to follow the doctor's instructions when taking Percodan®. Do not take a larger dose, or take it more frequently, or take it for longer than the doctor has prescribed. Answered by Jay Raxter 1 year ago.

Percocet contains Oxycodone and Acetominophen (Tylenol). Percodan contains Oxycodone and Aspirin Answered by Keitha Zeni 1 year ago.

Percocet has a narcotic (oxycodone) combined with acetaminophen (Tylenol) Percodan combines the same narcotic with aspirin. Answered by Lester Saravia 1 year ago.


Anybody ever taken a percodan? What's it do to you?
Asked by Lily Atwill 1 year ago.

Percodan is a 'mild' pain-reliever. NO alcohol with it & follow dosage directions. Fairly safe medication. Answered by Mckinley Mclaughin 1 year ago.


Neo-percodan consequences?
Some girl told me something about her taking neo-percodan and she's only 15. Does she use it like a drug or something? What does it make you feel? Asked by Alejandrina Wenzl 1 year ago.

I've never heard of Neo-Percodan. Are you by chance referring to Percodan? That is a powerful narcotic in the Opiate family, used for relief of pain. It is definitely NOT something you want to play around with casually, and can have catastrophic consequences if abused. For severe pain, it's a great pain reliever. For recreational use, it's a horrible choice to play with. Answered by Antwan Kimberlin 1 year ago.


State drug testing/ why wouldn't my percodan's show up in my UA?
I've taken percodan's for over a year, my Dr run a UA on my and the meds did not show up! Can someone try to tell me what happened? Asked by Kimberely Deroy 1 year ago.

I guess in the question is another question. Was this a simple urinalysis in which case no drug screen would have been preformed. Trust me you would know if there was a drug screen being preformed on your urine; it is handled differently. The urine has to follow a whole 'chain of custody' routine. So if this was not done you probably had a simple U/A. Also Percodan is a specific medication which is much less likely to come up on a drug screen than say a positive test for say a general test for opiates (which would be more commonly tested for). Answered by Iraida Thew 1 year ago.

Depending on how you take them? PRN or as needed may mean you only take them randomly. Does that mean you skip a day or more at a time? The metabolites are measured up to a certain parameter, hence, a negative is not a negative it simply means that you have not reached the drugs starting point for testing. So what the test is really saying is that you are not abusing them and your metabolites have fallen below the starting point for the test. Another possibility is that they are doing randoms and not testing for every drug each time, or if you declared that you are taking them they may have opted not to test you for it. Answered by Andrew Wachtler 1 year ago.

Probably because they did a urinalysis, not a urine drug screen. It's funny how the answer you get is so dependent on the question you ask. Answered by Jaleesa Wheadon 1 year ago.

A routine urinalysis does not check for drugs. Answered by Renita Guieb 1 year ago.

because if ur doctor prescribed them and gave u the ua then he probably didnt check for opiates since they would be in ur system Answered by Tony Dunseith 1 year ago.

They usually only test for cocaine,meth and marijuana, however urine tests are fuul proof i have passed one before and should have failed it. Really it should be a violation of civil rights because they are not full proof. Answered by Rafael Hulstrand 1 year ago.

working in a hospital before, i would say, either the lab paperwork was wrong or if the State was giving it, Who knows! They don't do anything right Answered by Lon Frese 1 year ago.


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