Saturday, July 3, 2010
As you may easily see, a larger number in a Watson pill's index means a higher strength of the medication, or a larger amount of the active ingredient (of course, if we speak of a series of pills containing this ingredient). We have already examined 0.5 mg lorazepam pills made by Watson Pharmaceuticals (indexed Watson 240). In Watson 242, you can expect a higher dose of lorazepam. And you are right, as Watson 242 pills contain 2 mg of it. To make it even more clear, these Watson pills do not only show a standard number, but a little figure, too (0.5, 1, or 2). In Watson 242 pills you may see a "2" under the "242" index on the reverse side.