Ashley Posted Fri 24th of April, 2015 13:36:58 PM
The left groin was prepped and draped in sterile fashion.
A 5 Fr sheath was inserted into the LCIV using micropuncture technique.
The right CFV and SFV were selectively catheterized with a Kumpe catheter. Venograms from the right SFV demonstrate irregularity along the lateral aspect of the CFV, corresponding to the fistula noted by US. No intraluminal defects are identified. The IVC is patent.
A Fluency stent, 10 mm x 40 mm was deployed across the fistula. The stent was dilated with a 12 mm x 4 cm balloon, with excellent apposition to the vein wall, and complete occlusion of the fistula.
The sheath was then removed, and hemostasis achieved via direct manual compression. The patient tolerated the procedure well under conscious sedation.
Successful occlusion of fistulous A-V tract with covered stent deployment in the CFV
Leakage of ascites from the catheter exit site was corrected by suturing the wound.
SuperCoder Answered Mon 27th of April, 2015 00:54:54 AM
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Ashley Posted Mon 27th of April, 2015 13:11:30 PM
oh I was not asking to code it I gave the codes I wanted to make sure it was accurate 37238,36012,75820
SuperCoder Answered Tue 28th of April, 2015 00:48:36 AM
Yes, you have coded accurately.
Ashley Posted Fri 01st of May, 2015 13:47:11 PM
perfect thanks for your help
SuperCoder Answered Sat 02nd of May, 2015 22:02:00 PM