A majority of the patients who die of PAH in the United States each year have not initiated treatment with an infused prostacyclin analogue, which is a complex and burdensome form of medical therapy. In 2009, we entered into an agreement with exclusive rights in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Japan, with Medtronic, Inc. (Medtronic) to develop its proprietary intravascular infusion catheter to be used with Medtronic’s SynchroMed® II implantable infusion pump and related infusion system components (together referred to as the Medtronic System) in order to deliver Remodulin® (treprostinil) Injection for the treatment of PAH. If the Medtronic System is successful, it could reduce many of the patient burdens and other complications associated with infused prostacyclin analogues. With our funding, Medtronic conducted the DelIVery clinical trial in order to study the safety of the Medtronic System while administering Remodulin. The primary objective of this study was to demonstrate a rate of catheter-related complications below 2.5 per 1,000 patient-days while using the Medtronic System to deliver Remodulin. In September 2013, Medtronic informed us that this primary objective was met (p<0.0001). In addition to the clinical study, Medtronic must complete other stability, compatibility and technical assessments of the Medtronic System, including modifications to its hardware and software, and address any outstanding regulatory issues. Upon completion of these activities by Medtronic, we anticipate Medtronic will make preparations to file a premarket approval application seeking FDA clearance for the catheter and labeling changes, and will address any FDA feedback, to enable the use of the Medtronic System with Remodulin. In tandem, we plan to seek FDA approval of a supplement to Remodulin’s label to allow the use of Remodulin with the Medtronic System.