Surgical Interventions

In cases where drug therapy proves less effective, lung transplantation emerges as a viable alternative treatment for individuals with pulmonary hypertension.

Recent years have seen a surge in the utilization of surgical clot removal as a method in treating patients with thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. However, the enduring success of this approach hinges on the degree of pulmonary hypertension severity during the surgical procedure. Hence, drug treatment, employing the full array of medications, can serve as a preparatory "bridge" for patients undergoing surgery.