General anesthesia is normally given by having your child breathe anesthetic gases through a mask. In older children, anesthesia may be given intravenously (IV).
Anesthesia professionals will watch your child closely during the procedure. Routine equipment will check your child’s heart, blood pressure, breathing, and oxygen levels in the blood.
Most radiological procedures are not painful. But, for sclerotherapy of vascular malformations, we will give medicines for pain management.