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    "pt w/ hx of presumed cad complains of chest pain for x days." Is presumed CAD considered as PFSH?

  2. #2
    I would use that as past history.

    Roxanne Thames, CPC

    Quote Originally Posted by jbagsic View Post
    "pt w/ hx of presumed cad complains of chest pain for x days." Is presumed CAD considered as PFSH?

  3. #3
    thank you

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