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February 2022

Pulmonary Hypertension
Richard A. Krasuski, Editor

I was a recently minted fellow at Duke University Medical Center in early 1998 when my mentor, Dr Bashore, asked me to come up with a research project utilizing a device he had just purchased for the catheterization laboratory. The INOvent Delivery System (Ohmeda Medical, Laurel, MD, USA) facilitated the controlled delivery of nitric oxide blended with oxygen through a ventilator circuit.1 I immediately began working on my institutional review board submission with a goal to study patients with what was then known as “primary pulmonary hypertension” and compare them with patients with “secondary pulmonary hypertension.

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