Partial Replacement of Central Venous Access Device (Catheter Only) CPT® Code range 36578- 36578

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Central Venous Access Procedures 36578-36578 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 36578- 36578
Partial Replacement of Central Venous Access Device (Catheter Only)
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As per encoder pro 76937 can be used with these codes; Use these code as primary CPT 36000 36005 36010 36011 36012 36013 36014 36015 36120 36140 36200 36215 36216 36217 36245 36246 362... [ Read More ]
As per encoder pro 76937 can be used with these codes; 36000 36005 36010 36011 36012 36013 36014 36015 36120 36140 36200 36215 36216 36217 36245 36246 36247 36481 36500 36555 365... [ Read More ]