The physician orders an ultrasound on a patient 25 weeks pregnant with twins to access fetal heart rate and fetal position. Select the code(s).
- 76805, 76810
- 76811, 76812
- 76816 x 2
Answer – 76815
A patient presents to the ED with crushing chest pain radiating down the left arm and up under the chin. There are elevated S-T segments on EKG. The cardiologist sees and admits the patient to CCU. He orders three serial CPK enzymes levels with instructions that the tests are also to be done with isoenzymes if the initial tests are elevated for that date of service. The CPK enzyme levels were elevated, the lab codes would be:
- 82550, 82552, 82550-76 x 2, 82552-76 x 2
- 82550, 82552, 82552-91 x 2
- 82550, 82550-91 x 2, 82552, 82552-91 x 2
- 82550 x 3, 82554 x 3
Answer – 82550, 82550-91 x 2, 82552, 82552-91 x 2
22-year-old has had no prenatal care. Fundal height indicates a term fetus and by dates it is determined she is 38 weeks pregnant. Few hours prior to admission to Labor and Delivery her membranes ruptured spontaneously. She does not have fever, but the physician performs a rapid antigen test for group B strep. An enzyme immunoassay method is performed. Physician obtains a lower vaginal swab, then observes that it visually shows the patient is negative for the antigen. If clinical risk factors appear, intrapartum antibiotics will be initiated. Which lab test is reported?
Answer – 87802