You would use the v30.00 or v30.01 depending on the type of delivery. The cpt code will let them know its a discharge so you dont need a different dx. Once the patient comes to the pediatricians office you begin using the v20.2 although those codes are changing on 10/1/09 to v20.31 0-7 days and v20.32 8-28 days then v20.2 for over 28 days. Hope this helps !
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