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Richard Mateosian writes:
>I'm trying to identify a blue pill that looks like this:
> __ __ It's more oval than I can depict here. It's
> (__|__) about 1 cm thick, 6 cm long, and 2 cm wide.
>The left side of the pill bears an emblem that looks like dp but with the
>d moved above the p so their verticals form a single line. The right side
>bears the number 295.
>I looked in my ancient (42nd ed) Physicians Desk Reference, but with no
>luck. Does anyone know if there's a web site for this kind of information?
I can't find anything like it in the illustrations in the Canadian
Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialities (1995 edition). From the size
I wonder if it's a suppository or a horse pill. It seems rather large for a
human to take orally.
Could the combined dp be Park Davis?
David (the idiot) Ibbetson
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