Drug slang and code words are often used to describe controlled substances, designer drugs, and synthetic compounds, which may cause confusion for clinicians attempting to treat patients under the influence. In an effort to educate and support the healthcare community, Psychiatry Advisor is providing this resource to help clinicians identify these ‘slang’ names for Percocet® (Acetaminophen and Oxycodone) compiled from law enforcement reports and other open sources by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

512s Bananas Blue
Blueberries Buttons Ercs
Greenies Hillbilly Heroin Kickers
M-30s Percs Rims
Tires Wheels  

This article originally appeared on Clinical Pain Advisor