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Having trouble identifying prescription, OTC, generic, and brand name pills and capsules? Quickly identify drugs
and medications, including pill identifying pictures, using the RxList Pill Identifier Tool.
Use the imprint, color, or shape of your pill (one, all or any combination of the fields
below) and our Pill Identification Tool (Pill Finder) will show you pictures to review and identify your drug.
Pill Identification from a Doctor’s Perspective
Medical Author: John P. Cunha, DO, FACOEP
In the emergency room where I work, I sometimes see patients who have either taken the wrong medication or
the wrong dose of medication. It is a common problem. Medication errors can cause serious consequences.
Doctors and pharmacists are diligent in making sure patients receive the correct medication. But mistakes
happen. As a consumer, you need to protect yourself and ensure you have the correct medication. Know the
medication and dose you should have