When billing for a contrast agent, you need to keep in mind the amount of iodine concentration. This should be marked on the vial. The current dosage strength we use were I work are 180ml (Q9965), 240ml (Q9966), and 300ml (Q9967) and you would use REV code 636.
If you have a patient that is administered 100ml of Omnipaque 180ml, you would charge in this manner 636 - Q9965 - units (100).
Hope this helps .
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