OK, first it depends on the doctor crossing the aortic valve and getting pressures that determines if you bill a 93510 or the 93508. If the doctor crosses the valve and gets pressures but does not shoot contrast (93543) you bill the 93510, 93545, 93556. If no LV pressures are obtained then you bill a 93508, 93545, 93556. If the doctor enters into the artery and the vein and gets pressures from the right side and crosses the valve then you bill the 93526, 93545, 93556. If the doctor enters through the vein & artery but does not cross the valve you bill seperatly 93501, 93508, 93545, 93556. I hope this makes sense.
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