10 Tips for a Safer Vacation with Pulmonary Hypertension

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Just because you have a chronic illness, it doesn’t mean you can’t travel and see the world. However, traveling when you have pulmonary hypertension does mean you have much to consider before embarking on your journey.

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Dramatic changes in climate, travel vaccinations, and being able to store your medication and oxygen are just some of thing people traveling with pulmonary hypertension need to know.  In this The Medical Record video, PH patients Shani and Doctor Jij take you through tips to help make your vacation go smoother.

Shani shares her story of how she was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension. Find out more.

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