per the CDR:
The health care provider applies a vasopneumatic device to treat extremity edema (usually lymphedema). A pressurized sleeve is applied. Girth measurements are taken pre- and posttreatment. Typically only one unit is billed per day. However, when multiple separate treatment sessions are performed per day, it is appropriate to report one unit for each treatment session.
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