A good starting point is all of the laceration repair; I&D, foreign body removal and burn codes as well as finger, toe, rib and clavicle fracture and dislocation codes.
But I can get you something if you give me your E-Mail address. But you should cross reference any encounter form you receive with 2009 CPT for completeness and accuracy.
Also Ingenix publishes the Emergency Medicine Coding Companion which is good. But I always have to give the discalimer that it isn't a primary coding source.
Jim Strafford CEDC MCS-P
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