CPT® 90386, Under Immune Globulins, Serum or Recombinant Products

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code 90386 as maintained by American Medical Association, is a medical procedural code under the range - Immune Globulins, Serum or Recombinant Products.

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Immunoglobulin is a very complex protein, that is produced by certain cells in the body to protect itself from various types of infections and produces a passive immunity.  Rho(D) (Rhesus D immunoglobulin ) is obtained from the plasma of healthy Human volunteers which have been specifically immunized against the rhesus antigen.  This antibody is used to prevent Rhesus disease or hemolytic disease of a newborn.

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