Carbasalate calcium

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Carbasalate calcium
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Calcium acetylsalicylateNSAID, platelet aggregation inhibitor
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Carbasalate calcium is an analgesic, antipyretic, and anti-inflammatory drug,[1] as well as a platelet aggregation inhibitor.[2] It is a chelate of calcium acetylsalicylate (the calcium salt of aspirin) and urea.[1]


  1. ^ a b Murray FE, Hudson N, Atherton JC, Cole AT, Scheck F, Hawkey CJ (January 1996). "Comparison of effects of calcium carbasalate and aspirin on gastroduodenal mucosal damage in human volunteers". Gut. 38 (1): 11–4. doi:10.1136/gut.38.1.11. PMC 1382971. PMID 8566836.
  2. ^ Mathieu P, Villemot JP, Stoltz JF, Scheck F, Garnier LF (June 1996). "[Antiaggregant effect and tolerance of calcium carbasalate administrated immediately after aorto-coronary bypass. Results of a double-blind versus placebo study]". Pathologie-Biologie. 44 (6): 571–80. PMID 8977914.