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Need guidance with coding intervention

louise Posted Mon 09th of September, 2019 09:15:37 AM
Ultrasound guided percutaneous access of right common femoral artery (CFA) . Introduction of catheter into aorta. Selective catheterization of left popliteal artery. 37224 Third order left lower extremity arteriogram with RS&I. Balloon angioplasty of distal anastomotic stenosis with 4 x 40 mm Armada balloon and 5 x 40 mm Mustang balloon, Right lower extremity angiogram --- Percutaneous closure of Right CFA access with Mynx device
SuperCoder Answered Tue 10th of September, 2019 08:46:03 AM
Hi Thanks for your question As per code the provider makes a small incision or inserts a needle through the skin to puncture the occluded or blocked femoral or popliteal artery He then introduces a guidewire through the opening and uses this guide wire to introduce the catheter He uses...

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