EsophAguS Deviation During RadiofrequencY Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation: The EASY AF Trial

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Evaluation of a novel esophageal retractor utilizing vacuum suction and mechanical force for deviating the esophagus

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Esophageal deviation with vacuum suction and mechanical deflection during ablation of atrial fibrillation: First in man evaluation

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S4 Medical Announces Publication of EASY AF Clinical Study Results Showing Significant Esophageal Injury Reduction in JACC: Electrophysiology

Chagrin Falls, OH, USA, February 1, 2024
PR Newswire

S4 Medical lands $5M to take atrial fibrillation device to market

By Mary Vanac – Staff Reporter
ClevelandInno  |  July 12, 2023

S4 Announces First Patient in EASY AF IDE Study and Also Adds VP of Business Development

COLUMBUS, OH, USA, September 27, 2021

S4 Medical Corp receives IDE approval from the US Food and Drug Administration

COLUMBUS, OH, USA, June 29, 2020


Esophagus Deviation during Radiofrequency Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation

Jose Osorio, MD
For the EASY AF Study Investigators
Funding provided by S4 Medical

Esophageal Deviation with Vacuum Suction & Deflection – esolution Device

Luis Aguinaga, MD, Phd, FESC, FACC