Résumé : Background The VOLibris Tracking (VOLT) Study was an open-label, prospective, observational, multicenter, post-marketing registry program designed to more fully characterize the safety profile of ambrisentan for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). The key outcome was the incidence of aminotransferase elevations >3× the upper limit of normal (ULN). Methods In total, 999 patients from 115 centers in 15 countries, who were prescribed ambrisentan for the treatment of PAH (Functional Class II and III) between 30 June 2008 and 13 May 2011, were enrolled. Of these, 238 had PAH associated with connective tissue disease (PAH-CTD) and 220 had no prior PAH-specific therapy. Routine clinical monitoring data were collected by physicians. Results The incidence of both alanine and aspartate aminotransferase events (>3× ULN) was 0.02 per patient-year (95% confidence interval 0.015 to 0.027). Similar results were reported for the PAH-CTD and PAH-specific-therapy-naive subgroups. Overall, 514 (52%) patients reported treatment-emergent adverse events of special interest, most commonly edema/fluid retention (249, or 25%) and anemia (143, or 14%). Conclusions Data from the VOLT study indicate no new ambrisentan-related safety signals. Ambrisentan was not associated with increases in liver function test abnormalities above the assumed background incidence of 1.5% per year, and the observed safety profile of ambrisentan was consistent with previously published data.