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Medical Malpractice in Atrial Fibrillation Ablation Procedures

By: Joseph M. Porto

Byline: Joseph M. Porto

| 2 min. read

Individuals who have suffered from Atrioesophageal Fistulas (AEFs) following radiofrequency ablation procedures for atrial fibrillation, where the electrophysiologist did not use an esophageal cooling device can call Parrett Porto for a free consultation.

AEFs are a rare but serious complication associated with atrial fibrillation ablation procedures. The risk of developing an AEF can be significantly reduced by using proactive esophageal cooling devices like the EnsoETM. When medical professionals fail to employ such available technologies, it can lead to severe consequences for the patient.

Our legal team possesses a deep understanding of the intricacies involved in these cases. We are dedicated to providing exceptional legal representation to patients and their families who have been impacted by such medical oversights. Our approach includes:

1. In-Depth Case Evaluation: Understanding the specific facts of your case.

2. Expert Consultations: Collaborating with medical experts who practice in electrophysiology and cardiac ablation procedures to support your case with authoritative opinions.

3. Comprehensive Legal Strategy: Crafting a tailored legal approach that aims to secure maximum compensation.

4. Advocacy and Support: Providing compassionate support and steadfast advocacy, from initial consultation through the conclusion of the case.

Our goal at Parrett Porto is not only to seek justice for our clients but also to promote better medical practices. By holding healthcare providers accountable for not utilizing available technologies, we strive to prevent future occurrences of similar medical errors.

If you or a loved one has suffered an AEF after a radiofrequency ablation procedure, please contact us for a free consultation. Our dedicated team is here to help you navigate the legal process and fight for the compensation and justice you deserve.