Carbazochrome sodium sulfate is indicated for use as a hemostatic agent and has been used in the treatment of hemorrhoids. It has also been used for frostbite due to decreased peripheral vascular resistance and many other indications requiring a hemostatic effect. The mechanism of action of carbazochrome sodium sulfate is unknown, but it may modulate fibrinolysis through alteration of endothelial cell function. It is an antihemorrhagic, or hemostatic agent, that is thought to cease blood flow by causing the aggregation and adhesion of platelets in the blood to form a platelet plug, ceasing blood flow from an open wound. Carbazochrome sodium sulfate has a capillary stabilizing action on endothelial barrier dysfunction that may be induced by a variety of vasoactive substances or agents that increase the vascular permeability. It also reduces the vascular hyperpermeability induced by a variety of vasoactive agents through inhibition of agonist-induced phosphoinositide hydrolysis.
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