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Pure hydrocodone, stronger than Vicodin, approved by FDA - CBS

8/15/2014
01:27 | Author: Christina Harris

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Pure hydrocodone, stronger than Vicodin, approved by FDA - CBS

Nurses and physician assistants will no longer be able to prescribe hydrocodone combination pills. There are also stringent record-keeping.

Zohydro ER is manufactured by San Diego-based Zogenix, Inc.

The newly-approved Zohydro ER falls under this II drug classification. The drug may be an alternative to combination medications, because acetaminophen in high doses has been linked to liver problems.

The FDA announcement also comes just one day after the agency said it would recommend stronger controls on combination drugs containing hydrocodone, such as Vicodin, which is combined with acetaminophen.

The most common side effects are constipation, nausea, drowsiness, fatigue, headache, dizziness, dry mouth, vomiting and itching.

"For the millions of American patients experiencing an acute medical need or living with chronic pain, opioids, when prescribed appropriay, can allow patients to manage their pain as well as significantly improve their quality of life," Dr.

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Zohydro America39s Deadliest New Drug? Zogenix Hydrocodone

6/14/2014
03:14 | Author: Devin Garcia

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Zohydro America39s Deadliest New Drug? Zogenix Hydrocodone

But it comes in a stronger dose: Zohydro is pure hydrocodone as much as 10 times the amount of hydrocodone as one Vicodin pill, into a.

"A single capsule could be fatal if swallowed by a child." Opioid-related deaths rise. "Someone unaccustomed to taking opioids could suffer a fatal overdose from just two capsules," wrote the Fed Up! authors.

One of the most controversial drugs to come to market in many years, the new painkiller known as Zohydro ER (hydrocodone bitartrate) has set off alarms in the medical, law enforcement and drug rehabilitation communities nationwide.

"In the midst of a severe drug addiction epidemic fueled by overprescribing of opioids, the very last thing the country needs is a new, dangerous, high-dose opioid," the members of Fed Up! wrote to the FDA in a letter dated Feb.

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New narcotic pain pill Zohydro Pure hydrocodone pain-killer

4/13/2014
05:21 | Author: Christina Harris

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New narcotic pain pill Zohydro Pure hydrocodone pain-killer

Zohydro, a pure hydrocodone pain pill, has just been approved for sale in the U.S. by the FDA.

When it gets wet, it turns into a gel-like substance. One of the concerns that that the FDA brings forth is the possibility of abuse with this drug by crushing it for snorting or dissolving it in water to be used for injecting the drug. This was a problem with the drug Oxycontin, but the manufacturer devised a new form of a pill that cannot be crushed to snort and it does not dissolve in water.

Right now the FDA has requested that the combination drugs that contain hydrocodone be reclassified from the Schedule III drug to a Schedule II, like the drug oxycodone.

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Pure Hydrocodone

2/12/2014
07:48 | Author: Caitlin White

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Pure Hydrocodone

Hey i heard that there was a pill containing pure hydrocodone under the name Hycodan and it is only sold in 5 mg tablets. Does anyone else.

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FDA39s OK for new pure hydrocodone pill condemned by lawmakers

10/21/2014
01:05 | Author: Kate Thompson

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FDA39s OK for new pure hydrocodone pill condemned by lawmakers

FDA's OK for new pure hydrocodone pill condemned by lawmakers Zohydro comes in doses of up to 50 milligrams of pure hydrocodone.

In response to the Zohydro OK, the senators sent a scathing letter to FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg.

The I-STOP law was introduced by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and championed by Assemblyman Michael Cusick (D-Mid-Island) and state Sen. Andrew Lanza (R-Staten Island).

Irate over what they view as "a giant step backwards'' in the battle against prescription drugs abuse, U.S. Senators Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), Joe Manchin (D-WV), Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) requested an explanation from the FDA on why the agency ignored its own panel's recommendations.

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