Oxycontin

(oxycodone hydrochloride)
OxyCONTIN 10 MG 12HR Extended Release Oral TabletOxyCONTIN 15 MG 12HR Extended Release Oral Tablet
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Dosage & administration

Adults:For opioid-naïve and opioid non-tolerant patients, initiate with 10mg tablets orally every 12 hours. See full prescribing informationfor instructions on conversion from opioids to OXYCONTIN, titrationand maintenance of therapy.
Pediatric Patients 11 Years of Age and Older


Geriatric Patients: In debilitated, opioid non-tolerant geriatric patients, initiatedosing at one third to one half the recommended starting dosage andtitrate carefully.
Patients withHepatic Impairment: Initiate dosing at one third to onehalf the recommended starting dosage and titrate carefully.

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How is the dosage of Oxycontin?Oxycontin is available in 7 dosages, including 10 mg Abuse-Deterrent 12 HR XR Tab, 15 mg Abuse-Deterrent 12 HR XR Tab, 20 mg Abuse-Deterrent 12 HR XR Tab, 30 mg Abuse-Deterrent 12 HR XR Tab, 40 mg Abuse-Deterrent 12 HR XR Tab, 60 mg Abuse-Deterrent 12 HR XR Tab and 80 mg Abuse-Deterrent 12 HR XR Tab
What does Oxycontin treat?Oxycontin treats Postoperative Pain
What is Oxycontin made of?Oxycontin contains oxycodone which is a Opioid Agonist
How Is Oxycontin Administered?Oxycontin is administered as a Oral Pill
What Are The Oxycontin Mechanism Of Action?Oxycontin mechanism of action is Full Opioid Agonists
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