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Wt gain in 14 d/o baby

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    Default Wt gain in 14 d/o baby
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    Should I code this weight gain as a V20.32 since it's in a 14 d/o NEW pt?
    Heidi Thompson, CPC

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    Is this is a visit for routine services then v20.32 is correct. If the baby is having feeding issues then i would use 779.31.

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