Pulmonary hypertension: drug treatments


Pulmonary hypertension can be a devastating disease that is easily missed in the early stages because of its typically nonspecific presentation with gradually increasing dyspnoea. Early diagnosis and treatment are key to improving functional and haemodynamic outcomes and survival.1 With advances in management, most forms of pulmonary hypertension are treatable. By Dr Jenny Gowan PhD,

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