Carbasalate calcium

Carbasalate calcium
Combination of
Calcium acetylsalicylate NSAID, platelet aggregation inhibitor
Clinical data
AHFS/ International Drug Names
Routes of
ATC code B01AC08 (WHO) N02BA15 (WHO)
CAS Number 5749-67-7
PubChem (CID) 21975
ChemSpider 20651
UNII N667F17JP1 YesY
ECHA InfoCard 100.024.794

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. 1 2 Murray, F. E.; Hudson, N.; Atherton, J. C.; Cole, A. T.; Scheck, F.; Hawkey, C. J. (1996). "Comparison of effects of calcium carbasalate and aspirin on gastroduodenal mucosal damage in human volunteers". Gut. 38 (1): 11–14. doi:10.1136/gut.38.1.11. PMC 1382971Freely accessible. PMID 8566836.
  2. Mathieu, P.; Villemot, J. P.; Stoltz, J. F.; Scheck, F.; Garnier, L. F. (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): 571–580. PMID 8977914.
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