In this episode, we’re  exploring the key things a nurse needs to know about pulmonary hypertension (PH). This condition affects the blood vessels in the lungs and can have serious implications on cardiac function. In this episode, we’ll explore:

  • Different subgroups of pulmonary hypertension
  • Underlying causes of PH
  • Signs and symptoms associated with PH
  • Key diagnostic tests utilized to diagnose and evaluate a patient with PH
  • Treatments and lifestyle modifications 
  • Important patient education components

Whether you’re a nursing student or an experienced healthcare professional, this episode will provide you with valuable insights into understanding and caring for patients with pulmonary hypertension. So hit play and let’s dive into pulmonary hypertension together!

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