Yes, you can bill them. You just have to use the correct modifiers to let the carriers know that you are aware of the global. As in your example of the hematoma, you can bill your procedure code along with Modifier 78 and use the DX 996.... (complications due to implant....). This is where modifiers can make or break (pay or deny) your claims.
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