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Oral medications

SuperCoder Posted Mon 30th of November, 2009 11:17:06 AM

Does oral meds like Nexium or potassium chloride have any HCPCS or CPS codes??

SuperCoder Answered Mon 30th of November, 2009 11:45:52 AM

Oral drugs like Nexium (Esomeprazole- Proton pump inhibitors) and potassium chloride do not have any specific HCPCS or CPT codes. Although there are drugs like pantoprazole (Proton pump inhibitors) which have HCPCS code which are administered through IV route.

SuperCoder Answered Wed 26th of May, 2010 13:48:18 PM

this is a test 'J7300'

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