The American Society of Anesthesiologists has defined Monitored Anesthesia Care (MAC) as a specific anesthesia service performed by a qualified (trained) anesthesia provider, for a diagnostic or therapeutic procedure.

Intravenous sedation is a method of intravenously administering a sedative so that a patient can receive an interventional procedure safely and comfortably. It is a patient management method that reduces or eliminates fear and anxiety during treatment. This method is a specialized treatment that is used to the need to prevent medical complications, underlying disease exacerbation, and stress during interventional procedures under local anesthesia in patients with medical phobia.

Dr. Vujicic is a Board Certified Anesthesiologist and all the interventional procedures done in the office are performed under full monitoring of the vital signs throughout the time spent in the procedure room.