Cardiovascular collapse during ethanol sclerotherapy in a pediatric patient.

Abstract

Ethanol sclerotherapy is a first line management therapy for low flow vascular malformations. It is usually performed under general anesthesia because of the pain associated with ethanol injection. Ethanol sclerotherapy frequently produces minor local complications but may rarely produce catastrophic cardiopulmonary complications. This report describes the… (More)

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@article{Wong2006CardiovascularCD, title={Cardiovascular collapse during ethanol sclerotherapy in a pediatric patient.}, author={G A E Wong and David Armstrong and J. M. Robertson}, journal={Paediatric anaesthesia}, year={2006}, volume={16 3}, pages={343-6} }