P9612 is only for Medicare pts, it's used to get a clean sampe (we usually do this in the office). 51701: straight catheter, not left in the bladder. 51702: indewelling catheter, foley type. 51703: difficult placement of indwelling catheter. I don't know the particular situation, but your probably going to be useing 51702 or 51703. The ER doc will have to document that placement was difficult (stricture, genital edema, etc)
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