In an embolization therapy, a material is injected into a vessel to block blood flow. While this therapy is useful in starving cancerous cells it can be dangerous, with some blockades in the brain dislodging and causing strokes or blindness. Currently, embolic materials on the market such as metal coils, balloons, and liquid embolic agents do not have a quick removal procedure. An ultrasound cleavable material could be removed in an emergency situation without invasive surgery. The primary goal of this research is to design and synthesize a polymer that can be broken down by high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU). Initially, we have tested the ultrasound sensitive qualities on PPODA-QT hydrogel, a common embolic agent, but the gel showed no physical change after HIFU exposure. It is theorized that PNIPAAm combined with HIFU sensitive monomers can develop a temperature and ultrasound sensitive embolic agent. In our studies, poly(NIPAAm-co-tBa) had a slight lower critical solution temperature (LCST) change of about 2˚C from before to after HIFU while the study with poly(NIPAAm-co-ACL-BME) and PPODA-QT showed no change in LCST.