040-000-405 Fasudil Hydrochloride

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Category Pharmaceutical raw materials
CAS No. 105628-07-7
Chemical Formula C14H17N3O2S.HCl
Molecular Weight 327.83
Appearance White Powder
Package Customized Package.
Packaging 1kg/bag, 25kg/drum, or customized.
Grade Medicine grade
Assay ≥99%


Fasudil Hydrochloride Introduction:

Fasudil Hydrochloride is a new type of drug with a wide range of pharmacological effects. Its molecular structure is 5-isoquinoline sulfonamide derivative, which is an RHO kinase inhibitor and expands blood vessels by increasing the activity of myosin light chain phosphatase. It reduces the tension of endothelial cells, improves the microcirculation of brain tissue, and does not produce and aggravates the theft of the brain, at the same time, it can antagonize inflammatory factors, protect nerves against apoptosis, and promote nerve regeneration.


Fasudil hydrochloride has a certain effect on promoting the recovery of nerve function, reducing clinical symptoms, and reducing the rate of sickness. Therefore, for the grassroots due to economic conditions and the degree of understanding of the disease, ultra-early thrombolytic therapy cannot be achieved, but in order to reduce the further progress of the disease, it is very important to rebuild the local blood circulation within the treatment time window, and fasudide hydrochloride Er has significant neuroprotective and therapeutic effects on ischemic cerebrovascular disease, and is worthy of clinical use, especially at the grassroots level, to reduce the disability rate and improve the quality of life.

Fasudil Hydrochloride Functions:

Used for preventing and treating cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.


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