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    Our group is now doing intrathecal narcotics in OB? What code is everyone using for this service?


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    Apr 2007
    Lincoln, NE


    My doctors occasionaly use intrathecal narcotics for a c-section and rarely for labor/vaginal delivery. We still bill ASA codes 01961 or 01967.

    Julie, CPC

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