carbasalate calcium

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carbaspirin calcium, carbasalate calcium

an analgesic and antipyretic, metabolized to aspirin with similar effects.
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Compared with study participants who had not used anti-clotting medications prior to their MRI, participants who had taken aspirin or another anti-clotting medication called carbasalate calcium were 71 percent more likely to have signs of brain microbleeds, according to a report on the investigation published in the June issue of the journal Archives of Neurology.
Compared with patients who did not use anti-clotting drugs, those who took aspirin or carbasalate calcium were more likely to have cerebral microbleeds visible on MRI.