Phenaphen – Acetaminophen/Codeine


Phenaphen (acetaminophen/codeine) is used in the treatment of pain.




Addiction to painkillers is well known. Acetaminophen (APAP), combined with opiate drugs, may lead to liver toxicity in cases in which high doses of APAP are used, especially in acute intoxication. During chronic abuse, liver disorders also may be expected.

Other Sources:

[PDF] Drugs Most Frequently Used in Office Practice National …

Tylenol with codeine (acetaminophen, codeine). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ., ., ., . Actifed …

[PDF] Highlights of Drug Utilization in Office Practice National …

Tylenol No.3(acetaminophen, codeine) … Highlights of Drug Utilization in Office Practice: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 1985 Created …

NHANES National Youth Fitness Survey – Centers for Disease …

NHANES National Youth Fitness Survey NNYFS 2012 Data … For multi-ingredient products, the ingredients are listed in alphabetical order (i.e., …

Other Sources

Drug Identification Guide

CDC Facts

CDC Addiction Info

CDC Overdose Stats

CDC Substance Treatment

Whitehouse Drug-Free Communities

Samhsa Workplace Programs


Federal Register Codification

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