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New combined treatments avoided transplantation in a child with severe pulmonary hypertension
  1. M Beghetti,
  2. L Nicod,
  3. C Barazzone-Argiroffo,
  4. P C Rimensberger

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Therapeutic options for the management of pulmonary hypertension have been limited for many years. However, recent progresses in the understanding of its pathology have led to the introduction of new treatments that have changed its prognosis, such as the continuous infusion of prostacyclin. Several other treatments (oral, inhaled, or subcutaneous prostacyclin, phosphodiesterase inhibitors, and endothelin …

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