Practical tools for PAH management

Formal risk assessment is integral to PAH management1,2

Your patient’s risk status today impacts their tomorrow. The lower your patient’s risk status, the higher their chance of survival over the next 5 years.2-6 Current treatment guidelines recommend that if your patient is not at low-risk status, it may be time to add an additional PAH medication. Even if your patient’s functional status has not declined, you may be able to help them to improve.1,2

United Therapeutics provides a range of validated risk calculator resources to help you integrate formal risk calculation into your clinical practice.

Risk calculators

Aim for low risk to help improve your patients’ likelihood of survival1-4

According to the 2018 World Symposium on Pulmonary Hypertension guidelines, you should perform a risk assessment every 3 to 6 months.1
Use one of the tools below to calculate your patient’s risk status and determine if treatment changes are needed to reach low risk.*

ESC/ERS Guidelines

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French Noninvasive

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*Currently optimized for desktop and tablet only.

EHR tools

Directions on using the REVEAL 2.0 calculator in Epic

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Learn how to create a Pursuit List that helps identify patients based on risk status variables in Epic

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Learn how to create a Pursuit List that helps identify patients based on risk status variables in Cerner

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HCP resources

Learn why formal risk calculation is important for optimal PAH management and how to incorporate it into your clinical practice.

REVEAL 2.0 Risk Calculator and ESC/ERS Guidelines tear pad

Risk Calculation Tear Pad:
REVEAL 2.0 & ESC/ERS Guidelines

Use this double-sided tear pad to quickly calculate your patients’ risk score during their visit.

French Noninvasive Criteria tear pad

Risk Calculation Tear Pad:
French Noninvasive Criteria

Use this tear pad to determine the number of low-risk criteria your patient has achieved while facilitating a discussion on risk assessment.

Simons 2019 Article Summary

Simons 2019
Article Summary

Learn how clinical gestalt and formal risk calculation compare when it comes to risk assessment.

PAH Patient Waiting Room Checklist

Waiting Room

Ask your patients to fill this out at check-in to facilitate conversations on their disease state, Functional Class, and risk assessment.

REVEAL 2.0 risk calculator and ESC/ERS calculator reference sheet

Risk Calculation Sheet

Use this REVEAL 2.0 or ESC/ERS calculator sheet in your office as a quick reference when calculating risk.

PAH Risk Assessment Handout

Patient Risk Assessment Handout

Jumpstart the risk conversation with your patients with this helpful handout.

To access more patient resources and educational tools, visit our Learning Library page.

References: 1. Galiè N, et al. Eur Resp J. 2019;53(1):1801889. 2. Galiè N, et al. Eur Heart J. 2016;37(1):67-119. 3. Kylhammar D, et al. Eur Heart J. 2018;39(47):4175-4181. 4. Hoeper MM, et al. Eur Respir J. 2017;50:1700740. 5. Boucly A, et al. Eur Respir J. 2017;50:1700889. 6. Benza RL, et al. Chest. 2019;156(2):323-337.