Anticoagulation and Aspirin as a Treatment for PAH

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There are several treatment options available to address pulmonary hypertension, even though there is still no known cure for the disease. Among the treatment options are drugs/medicines, surgery, and therapies.

Wondering about pulmonary hypertension treatments?

Fortunately, research and science never stand still and they are constantly evolving trying to develop more efficient treatments to make pulmonary hypertension patients cope better with the condition. In this video, shared by the American College of Cardiology Video Archive 2, Dr. Chris Cannon discusses the benefits of aspirin and anticoagulation medicines as a treatment option for pulmonary arterial hypertension.

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