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Hydromorphone Hydrochloride: Oral tablet, extended release

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Hydromorphone HCl 8mg ER Tab
Mallinckrodt Inc Pharmaceuticals
Pill Identification: EXH 8 
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Hydromorphone HCl 12mg ER Tab
Mallinckrodt Inc Pharmaceuticals
Pill Identification: EXH 12 
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Hydromorphone HCl 32mg ER Tab
Actavis US
Pill Identification: WPI 3631 
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Hydromorphone HCl 12mg ER Tab
Actavis US
Pill Identification: WPI 3739 

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What is this medicine?

HYDROMORPHONE (hye droe MOR fone) is a pain reliever. It is used to treat moderate to severe pain. It is used by people who have been taking an opioid or narcotic pain medicine.

Similar Brand Name Drugs : Exalgo: Oral tablet, extended release

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Drugs Related by Class to Hydromorphone Hydrochloride: Oral tablet, extended release
Previous Class name
Class Name : Opioid Agonists

Related Brand Name Drugs :

ABSTRAL: Sublingual tablet  |  ARYMO ER: Oral tablet, extended release  |  Actiq: Oral lozenge  |  Astramorph PF: Solution for injection  |  Avinza: Oral capsule, biphasic release  |  ConZip: Oral capsule, biphasic release  |  Dazidox: Oral tablet  |  Demerol: Oral solution  |  Demerol: Oral tablet  |  Demerol: Solution for injection  |  DepoDur: Suspension for injection  |  Dilaudid-HP: Solution for injection  |  Dilaudid: Oral solution  |  Dilaudid: Oral tablet  |  Dilaudid: Rectal suppository  |  Dilaudid: Solution for injection  |  Dolophine: Oral tablet  |  Duragesic: Transdermal patch - 72 Hour  |  Duramorph PF: Solution for injection  |  Duramorph: Solution for injection  |  Embeda: Oral capsule, extended release  |  Endocodone: Oral tablet  |  Exalgo: Oral tablet, extended release  |  Fentora: Buccal tablet  |  Hysingla ER: Oral tablet, extended release 24 hour  |  Infumorph: Solution for injection  |  Kadian: Oral capsule, extended release  |  Lazanda: Nasal spray, solution  |  Levo-Dromoran: Oral tablet  |  MORPHABOND: Oral tablet, extended release  |  MS Contin: Oral tablet, extended release  |  MSIR: Oral solution  |  Methadose: Oral solution  |  Methadose: Tablet for oral suspension  |  Opana: Oral tablet  |  Opana: Oral tablet, extended release  |  Opana: Oral tablet, extended release, crush resistant  |  Opana: Solution for injection  |  Oramorph SR: Oral tablet, extended release  |  Oxaydo: Oral tablet  |  OxyContin: Oral tablet, extended release  |  OxyFast: Oral solution  |  OxyIR: Oral capsule  |  Percolone: Oral tablet  |  RMS: Rectal suppository  |  Roxicodone: Oral solution  |  Roxicodone: Oral tablet  |  Ryzolt: Oral tablet, extended release  |  SUBSYS: Sublingual/Translingual spray  |  Simplist Dilaudid: Solution for injection  |  Sublimaze: Solution for injection  |  Ultram ER: Oral tablet, osmotic laser drilled  |  Ultram: Oral tablet  |  XTAMPZA: Oral capsule, extended release  |  Zohydro: Oral capsule, extended release
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CVS Pharmacy Patient Statistics for Hydromorphone Hydrochloride: Oral tablet, extended release
Usage by Gender
59.44%
40.56%
Generic vs. Brand Name Usage*
*Brand contains same active ingredient but may not represent FDA-approved generic equivalent
Usage by Age
0.27%
15.57%
53.96%
30.19%
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