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Old 07-18-2012, 05:02 PM
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Default DME Coding for Tens Units

I am needing help with coding for Tens Units for a DME company. I need to know the proper amount of units for supplies like batteries, lead wires and pads.

Is there a unit limitation per code and what is the time from for the number of units.

The codes that we have identified are
A4556
A4557
A4558
A4630
E0730
E0720
E0731
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