Managing pulmonary hypertension poses a formidable challenge for cardiologists and general practitioners, prompting the establishment of specialized treatment centers worldwide. The primary objectives in treating pulmonary hypertension involve addressing its root cause, reducing pulmonary artery blood pressure, and preventing blood clots within pulmonary vessels.

While a complete cure remains elusive, advancements in therapy over the last two decades have significantly enhanced the quality of life and extended survival for pulmonary hypertension patients. The contemporary therapeutic strategy for pulmonary hypertension primarily encompasses:

  • Physical activity restriction,
  • Long-term anticoagulation,
  • Vasodilator therapy.