As of 2016, you can identify Mylan pills by utilizing the pill identification feature at Drugs.com, according to the website. The site lists images, imprints, color and shape for a variety of Mylan drugs, including Diazepam, Clonidine Hydrochloride, Alprazolam, Furosemide and Temazepam.
To identify a specific pill through Drugs.com, search by imprint, shape, color, national drug code or drug name, explains the website. Users can also identify pills on-the-go by downloading the free Drugs.com Medication Guide app through the iTunes Store or Google Play. The Food and Drug Administration requires that all over-the-counter and prescription drugs sold in the United States include an imprint for accurate identification, notes Drugs.com.