The 10/500 milligram tablet of Co-Drymadol is a moderate type of medication that consists of 2 different painkillers – paracetamol and dihydrocodeine. The main use for this medication is to treat and eliminate moderate pain. The paracetamol that is used in this medicine is supported by the low level analgesic – dihydrocodeine.
Co-Codamol is mainly composed of two pain relieving compounds: codeine and paracetamol. Each tablet contains 30mg of codeine and 500mg of paracetamol. It’s usually given to alleviate mild and short-term pains when paracetamol is not strong enough to do the job. The paracetamol compound in Co-Codamol fixed to 500mg but the Codeine compound has 30mg, 15mg, and 8mg variations for different levels of potency.
Codeine is used for treating mild to moderate pain. The drug is an opiate and belongs to the family of opioid pain relievers. Codeine is prescribed as a stronger alternative to painkillers like paracetamol and ibuprofen.
Dihydrocodeine is given to deal with moderate to severe pain. The drug works by attaching itself to opioid receptors found in the central nervous system which includes the brain and the spinal cord. Attached to the receptors, they block the transmission of the sensation of pain, relieving the patient’s reaction to it.
Kapake 30mg/500 mg tablets belong to the family of drugs called pain relievers or analgesic. Kapake is commonly used to treat extreme types of pain. Due to its strength, prescription is strictly for adults only. There are special cases though, where it can be prescribed to children between 12 to 18 years of age.
Commonly known as Co-dydramol, Remedeine Forte is composed of paracetamol and dihydrocodeine, both used for alleviating mild to moderate types of pain. The paracetamol compound in this medication is usually 500mg per capsule or tablet.
Solpadol is one of the most potent pain relievers available in the market. Like other painkillers, it’s mainly composed of codeine and paracetamol. The paracetamol intercepts pain signals before they reach the brain. The codeine then plunges into action to completely eliminate the signals. These two ingredients work really good together that’s why many painkillers contain a mixture of them.