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Alpha Drug List

10/14/2016
03:13 | Ethan Adamson
Oxycodone list
Alpha Drug List

Oxycodone all forms and strengths (Mallinckrodt). Palgic. Pancrease. Pancrease MT 10. Pancrease MT 16. Pancrease MT 20. Pancrease MT 4.

Singulair (all stregnths) Skelaxin Slobid (all strengths) Slo-Mag Slow Fe Slow-Mag.

Poly Vi Flor w Iron Poly Vi Sol Polysporin Polytrim Pons Portia Prandin Pravachol Pravastatin (Glenmark)#1 Prazosin (Mylan) Precose Pred Forte Pred G.

Roxicodone (all forms and strengths) Ryna C Ryna D Rynatan Safetussin 30 Salsalate (Caraco) Saluron Salutensin.

Clonazepam (Apotex, Caraco, Mylan, Sandoz, Watson).

Kirkman (all products are GF) Klor-Con Lacrisert.

Divalproex Sodium (Apotex, Mylan, Dr Reddy's, Sandoz, Teva)#2 Dolobid.

Carafate (tabs & suspension) Carbamazepine (Teva) Carbatrol Carbidopa/Levodopa tabs (Endo) Cardizem SR Cardura XL Carisoprodol (Watson, West-Ward).

Natures Plus Animal Parade Necon NeilMed Nasal Rinse Neoral Neosporin (all forms) Nephrocaps Nephro-Fer Nepresol Nestabs FA Neurontin Nexium Nifedipine cap (Novapharm) Nifedipine ER (Mylan) Niferex 150 Nilandron Nimotop Niquil Nitroderm TTS.

Clomiphene (Par, Teva, Watson) Clomipramate (Novapharm).

Lactaid Fast Act Chewables- No gluten or any carbohydrates.

Hyoscyamine 0.375mg tab (Amide) Hyzaar.

Aspirin 81 mg chewable (Watson) Atacand Atacand HCT Atarax Atenolol (Novapharm) Ativan (all strengths) Atropine/Diphenoxylate (Mylan, Sandoz) Atrovent Attenuvax.

Tessalon Perles see note #2 below Testosterone 2% cream Tetracaine Thalitone Thalomid (all strengths).

Acetaminophen w Codeine 30 mg (Teva) Aci-Jel Aciphex Actifed Actonel.

Ranitidine ( Geneva, Novapharm).

Robitussin Night Time liqui-gels Rolaids Rowasa.

Imodium AD EZ Chew- No gluten or any carbohydrates, (contains milk powder).

Promethazine w/ Codeine Syrup (Hi-Tech Pharmacal) Prometrium Propecia Propoxyphene Napsylate (Mallinckrodt) Propulcid Proscar Protonix Proventil (tabs/syrup) Proventil HFA Proventil inhalation Proventil solution Provera.

Sudafed Cold & Sinus Liquid Caps Sudafed Plus Sulamyd Sular Sulf-10.

Nutrilite Corps Double X Nuvigil Ocufen Ocuflox Ocuhist Ogestrel.

Extendryl syrup, JR and SR caps Famvir (all strengths) Feldene-contains gluten Femara FemHRT Fenesin Fenesin DM Fexofenadine (Teva) Fentora Feosol Feostat FerInSol Ferro-Sequels Ferrous Gluconate (Paddock).

VitaminShoppe brand all GF Vitravene Vivactil Vivelle Vivelle Dot Voltaren Voltaren / XR.

taking the product (7/6/09).

Sanctura 20 mg tablet-contains wheat Sandimmune Sandoglobulin Sandostatin Sansert Scot-Tussin DM Seldane Seldane D Selegiline (Novapharm) Selzentry.

Doxycycline (Mylan, Watson, West-Ward) Drixoral Duphalac Durabac Forte Duraflu Durahist D caplets Duraphen 100 caplets Duraphen Forte DuraTan DM Susp DuraTan Forte Susp Duricef Dyazide Ecotrin (all strengths) Edecrin Effexor (all strengths) Elavil Elidel Elspar Emadine Emend Enablex Endafed Endagen-D Endocet Endodan Enjuvia Enpresse-28 Entex Entex LA Entocort EC Entuss D.

Erythromycin tabs (Abbott labs) Esgic (all forms) Esidrex Eskalith Eskalith CR Estrace Estraderm.

Monukast tablets and chewable (Apotex, Aurobindo, Glenmark, Greenstone, Kremers, Dr Reddy's, Mylan, Roxane, Sandoz, Teva, Torrent)**see note #2 below; applies to all products.

Amox/Clavulanic Acid (Prasco, Sandoz)#2, (West-Ward)#1 Amoxil Anafranil Anaprox Anaprox DS Angiscein Antivert Anturan Anusol HC Cream Anusol HC Supp Anzemet Apligraf Apresoline Apri-28 AquaSite Aquasol A Aquasol E Aranelle Arava Aredia Aricept Aricept ODT Arimidex Armour Thyroid Arthrotec Asacol.

Tylenol extra strength PM gelcaps (possible contamination) Tylenol tabs Tylenol ultratab Tylenol with Codeine Tylox Ultracet Ultram Ultramega Gold (GNC) Unithroid Urised Uristat Uro-Mag Valium-all strengths.

Banzel 200 mg and 400 mg Basic vitamins Baycol (now questionable) Beclovent Beconase Beconase AQ Bellaspas Benadryl-all products Benicar Bentyl (all forms).

Comtrex Deep Chest Cold Comtrex Non Drowsy Comvax Concerta Coreg Corgard Coricidin-all products Corizide (NOT GF) Cortef Cortenema Cortisone (West-Ward).

Naldecon generic ( Rugby ) Naphcon Naphcon A Naprelan Naprosyn Naproxen (Novapharm) Nasacort Nasacort AQ Nasalcrom Nasalide Nasonex Natalcare Advance Natalins Natalins RX.

Pepcid-see note #2 below.

Morphine IR tabs (Roxane).

that product is GF Cromolyn (Teva) Cycloset Cryselle.

Lorazepam ( Geneva contains gluten).

Zyrtec (tabs & liquid) Zyrtec D Zyvox ___________________________________________________________________________________ NOTES #1-Gluten Free.

Tylenol extra strength liquid.

Cefadroxil tabs & caps (Ranbaxy).

Fluconazole (Apotex, Barr, Glenmark, Greenstone, Teva)#2 Flumadine.

Doryx all strengths-contains wheat Dostinex Doxepin (Mylan).

Cardia XT (all strengths) Carvedilol (Mylan) Casodex Cataflam Catapres patch Catapres tablets Ceclor Cefaclor (Novapharm).

guarantee the product is gluten-free since they do not test for its absence ____________________________________________________________________________________ LAST UPDATED 11/6/15.

Chlortrimeton 4 mg tabs.

Lisinopril (Apotex, Mylan, Teva, Watson, West-Ward; Ranbaxy is unsure of this specific product) Lisinopril/HCTZ (Ranbaxy, West-Ward) Lithobid Lithonate Lithotabs Livostin Lodine (tabs/caps/XL) Loestrin Logroton Retard Lomir / SRO Lomotil LoOvral.

Centrum-confusing and contradictory info received from company regarding its status.

which does contain some gluten Bugs Bunny Chewables.

Fluoxetine-all strengths/forms(Barr, Par, Sandoz)#2 Flurazepam (West-Ward) FML FML Forte Focalin Folgard Folgard RX.

Abilify Accolate Accupril.

Oxycodone Tops Florida Prescription Drug Death List

4/8/2016
03:47 | Ethan Adamson
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Oxycodone Tops Florida Prescription Drug Death List

And rather predictably, the highly addictive narcotic painkiller oxycodone topped the list of killer drugs, with more deaths than alcohol, cocaine.

The interim report, titled “Florida Medical Examiners Commission Report on Drugs Identified in Deceased Persons”, from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE), says prescription drugs are responsible for more deaths than all the illicit street drugs that most people associate with addiction and death. In fact, says the report, prescription drugs accounted for 81 percent of all drug occurrences.

According to the FDLE press release, the four drugs most frequently detected, but not labeled the main cause of death, were:

Florida’s oxycodone overdose deaths spiked 10.9 percent above the first six months of last year.

Famous Oxycontin Addicts List of Celebrities Hooked on Oxycontin

9/13/2016
02:03 | Madison Holmes
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Famous Oxycontin Addicts List of Celebrities Hooked on Oxycontin

Who are famous oxycontin addicts? Take a look at this list and you'll see for yourself. Famous people have addiction problems too, hopefully these celebrities.

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These sad tales of tragedies and unfortunate turns in the lives of stars are just a small glimpse into the price of fame.

Oxycodone, hydrocodone top abused opioid list

5/9/2016
02:37 | Madison Holmes
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Oxycodone, hydrocodone top abused opioid list

Three-quarters of opioid-dependent individuals use oxycodone or hydrocodone.

They conducted anonymous surveys and interviews to determine drug use patterns and decision-related factors for primary opioid selection in 3,520 opioid-dependent subjects entering one of 160 drug treatment programs.

Overall, 54% of oxycodone users gave the drug a high euphoric rating compared with 20% of hydrocodone users, who cited acetaminophen as a deterrent to dose escalation and euphoric outcomes.

The ACP has released clinical guidelines for the evaluation of hematuria and referral practices.

Significantly more users chose oxycodone than hydrocodone -- 44.7% vs.

Medicaid Pharmacy Benefits Colorado Department of Health Care

12/16/2016
05:33 | Ethan Adamson
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Medicaid Pharmacy Benefits Colorado Department of Health Care

Colorado Medicaid's Preferred Drug List includes clinically effective medications that you can get without needing prior authorization or approval. This list is.

Colorado Medicaid does not cover the following categories of medications for any reason:

Learn about Prescription Drug Discount Resources.

Find answers to the Medicaid Pharmacy Benefit Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

For more information about the Colorado Medicaid Pharmacy Benefits contact the Medicaid Customer Contact Center.

A Prior Authorization is a request from your provider for Colorado Medicaid to cover a drug not listed on the Preferred Drug List or otherwise listed on Appendix P of the Preferred Drug List. Your provider will submit the prior authorization request for you. After your prior authorization request is reviewed you and your provider will find out Colorado Medicaid’s decision. If the criteria are not met, the doctor can re-submit with updated information, or appeal the decision to Medicaid’s Pharmacy Benefits section for further review.

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Learn about Mail Order Prescriptions.

Each request is processed within 24 hours, and most phone requests are given the approval/denial decision immediay upon submission. If you have an emergency, your provider can get a 72-hour emergency supply of the drug you need.

If you are already taking a drug not on the Preferred Drug List or your drugs gets removed from the Preferred Drug List, you may be able to keep taking the same drug. Talk to your provider about staying on your same drug.

Colorado Medicaid’s Preferred Drug List includes clinically effective medications that you can get without needing prior authorization or approval. This list is updated regularly. You may still be able to get drugs not on the Preferred Drug List. To get drugs not on the Preferred Drug List, your provider will need to get prior authorization from Colorado Medicaid.

Drugs in the Preferred column of the Preferred Drug List do not require prior authorization. Drugs in the Non-preferred column require prior authorization.