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white round tablet 282 on one side kali on other side



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nenene Says:

I can't find this anywhere. Are you certain you have the correct number, and does the pill have anything else but Kali on it? Perhaps it is an over the counter medication.

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Verwon Says:

Kali is actually a foreign prescription med company, there has been only 4 of their products right now approved for sale in the US. Markings are Kali 082, Kali 280, Kali 281 and Kali 282. They do not make any OTC meds.

Kali 282 is Citalopram HBr 40mgs, a generic for the antidepressant Celexa.

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Verwon Says:

Sorry, that first one should read Kali 083, not 082.



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nenene123 Says:

I thought it was a foreign product and I've seen one or two of them. Which database did you locate it in? Would like to know.

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Verwon Says:

Well the KALI 083 is listed at wallsrx just under the word KALI, then if you click the image you will see it is a red pill with those markings. The other information on the new pills available in the US I got through my subscription database, it is updated daily not only with pills IDs, but the NDC numbers, ingredients, and recent pharmaceutical news from research companies and the FDA. I can't share my membership, they are very strict about that. I costs $5.97 a month, or you can pay by quarter, 6month or yearly. If you want to check it out, send me a note to remind me and I will send you the link via email.

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nenene123 Says:

I found the kali 082 (tramadol, acetaminophen);however, I did not find the Celexa or its equivalent on that site. Did you? The number 282

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Verwon Says:

No, as I said I found that in the paid database that I used, the info had just been added at the beginning of this month.

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