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Pulmonary Hypertension RN 10/10/2019 16:41
Co-Authored By: Dr. Akshay Muralidhar Scleroderma is part of a special group of diseases called connective tissue diseases. This group of diseases includes lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, mixed connective tissue disease and many others. A key feature of these diseases is that the disease may involve multiple parts of their body including skin, joints, lung, heart, kidney, blood […]
Pulmonary Hypertension RN 08/21/2019 11:38
Salt is necessary for life. Without any salt our bodies are unable to work properly. However, in modern society the pendulum has swung very far towards excessive salt in our diet. As the world’s population has shifted from a rural setting towards cities, our diets have changed dramatically. Prepared foods and processed foods now occupy a large part […]
Pulmonary Hypertension RN 07/24/2019 13:31
A 25-year old woman develops slowly progressive shortness of breath. After two years of wrong turns in her health care she eventually gets an echocardiogram that suggests pulmonary hypertension. She has a right heart catheterization that confirms severe PAH. She is referred to a local pulmonologist who starts her on one oral medication. She improves a bit but continues […]
Pulmonary Hypertension RN 07/08/2019 13:53
One of the most common concerns that patients with lung disease express is whether or not they need to use oxygen. This is an important question for many patients with PAH. How Your Lungs Work with PAH A quick review of basic physiology: air that we breathe travels through our airways down into the business part of […]
Pulmonary Hypertension RN 06/14/2019 15:05
Although the opioid epidemic is attracting more attention, there is another epidemic in America, methamphetamine abuse. Methamphetamine (Meth) is an inexpensive drug that can be smoked, snorted or injected. It is made in a chemical reaction involving a common cold medicine. Most Meth, however, is imported from Mexico. Meth is extremely addicting. Even casual use can lead to rapid addiction. […]
Pulmonary Hypertension RN 05/30/2019 10:34
Sustained Release Beraprost This study looked at the addition of sustained release beraprost or placebo added to inhaled Tyvaso. United Therapeutics, the study sponsor, announced that there was no benefit found. This will probably be the end of the road for the molecule beraprost. Many years ago the non-sustained release formulation was studied in PAH but it was […]
Pulmonary Hypertension RN 05/09/2019 13:03
We had a wonderful topic suggestion from a reader. Essentially, how does one tell if they have Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension if there are conflicting tests? A common scenario goes something like this: The echocardiogram shows no pulmonary hypertension but a CT scan shows pulmonary hypertension. A cardiologist repeats an echo that shows no pulmonary hypertension. Is […]
Pulmonary Hypertension RN 02/01/2019 11:35
In the ever-shifting landscape for copay assistance you have to have patience and perseverance. Yesterday the Copay Assistance Fund announced that they have money to give away to help PAH patients afford their medication. You can click here to apply. Or you may call 855-649-8623. There are also other phone numbers located on their site […]
Pulmonary Hypertension RN 10/29/2018 11:10
Pulmonary arterial hypertension is caused by abnormal changes in the pulmonary arteries of patients. These changes include increased thickness of the muscle layer of the pulmonary arteries and increased stiffness of the pulmonary arteries. Over the last 25 years, 14 medications have been approved to try and treat these changes. These medications have resulted in dramatic improvement […]

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