Breathless, Tired, Dizzy? Maybe It's Pulmonary Hypertension
Free Health Lecture
Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is a type of high blood pressure in your lungs.
When PH strikes, it can force the heart to work harder, increasing your
risk for heart-related complications.
PH can develop from a wide variety of health conditions. Pinpointing its
underlying cause is essential for the best prognosis and treatment.
Come hear a board-certified pulmonologist describe the signs, diagnosis,
complications and latest treatments for this dangerous condition. Then
learn how pulmonary rehabilitation can help PH patients improve their
quality of life.
S. Clark Berngard, MD, of Boulder Valley Pulmonology and Gail Anderson, RN, BSN, with BCH Cardio-Pulmonary
Date: Thursday, March 28, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Location: The Gatehouse at Lionsgate Event Center, 1055 South 112th Street (Hwy
287) in Lafayette
bchlectures.org/ph • 303-415-4212