Join the Pulmonary Hypertension Association in promoting CTEPH Awareness Day Nov. 10. Check out our resources below to raise awareness about the risks, symptoms and treatment options for CTEPH.
What Is CTEPH?
Chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) is a form of pulmonary hypertension (PH) caused by old blood clots in the lungs, also known as pulmonary emboli. In most patients with these blood clots, use of prescribed blood thinners can restore blood flow to the lungs and prevent development of CTEPH. However, a minority of patients may still develop CTEPH even with the use of blood thinners. The good news is treatment options are available. Learn more about CTEPH, including treatment options, at our CTEPH education page here.
You can learn more about symptoms and treatments by watching these two PHA Classroom videos below.
Join the Pulmonary Hypertension Association in promoting CTEPH Awareness Day. PHA has assembled this toolkit of content to help you spread the word. Note: Click the images to open them to their full size.
Sample Social Media Posts
Use these sample social media posts on your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn accounts to spread the word about CTEPH Awareness Day. (Note: Twitter accounts are limited to posts of 280 characters.)
- CTEPH Day is Nov. 10! CTEPH is a form of pulmonary hypertension caused by blood clots in the lungs, aka pulmonary emboli. Discover more about CTEPH here: https://phassociation.org/ctephday/. #PHAwarenessMonth
- Today is CTEPH Day. CTEPH stands for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension. The most common CTEPH symptoms are fatigue and shortness of breath. Learn more about CTEPH by visiting https://phassociation.org/ctephday/. #PHAwarenessMonth
- CTEPH Day is Nov. 10. Visit PHA’s Awareness Month Calendar on CTEPH Day for CTEPH facts and a special download. https://phassociation.org/awarenessmonth/awareness-month-calendar/. #PHAwarenessMonth