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raimond 28-01-2013
"Hydrocodone is an opiate pain medication normally combined with Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen. The lethal dose of hydrocodone is different for every person. Tolerance to this medication occurs in everyone and the dose is titrated up until pain control is obtained. There is no maximum dose of hydrocodone. Sounds strange, but it is a fact. Hydrocodone type medications are usually started at doses between 5mg-10mg every 4-6 hours. As tolerance develops pain control will fade away and a higher dose will be given. In patients with severe chronic pain this dose has no limits as long as the patient does not experience respiratory depression."
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shanee 25-04-2013
Hydrocodone seriously isn't commonly offered being a have-on it's own medication. Rather, the strength of a hydrocodone serving is determined by your conceptualization and also other prescription drugs incorporated into a plan, and for exactly what determination.
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