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What are the Choices When Escalating Therapy?
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Many factors must be considered when making a treatment change in the PAH patient, including comorbidities, adequate response to initial therapy, as well as psychosocial conditions that may influence the appropriate and optimal use of combination therapies. Dr. Murali Chakinala describes the choices that physicians have when deciding to escalate therapy in pulmonary arterial hypertension patients. To earn up to 1.25 FREE credit hours for viewing this and other programs in this series, click the link below.