Oxycodone with Aspirin

Published Online: Tuesday, July 5, 2011
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In this video, Sandra Takami, PharmD, a nuclear pharmacist at Memorial Sloan Kettering and doctor of pharmacy at USC, explains how Oxycodone works, why doctors prescribe Percodan (oxycodone), and common side effects of the drug.

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