This response is from a Pain Management Coding seminar sponsored by HCPro:
62319â€”ESI injectionâ€”lumbar or sacral (caudal)
â€“ Procedure: A catheter is threaded through the needle and placed in
the space. A continuous infusion is started for several hours/days.
Occasionally, three or more injections might be given over a period
of hours/days and may involve different substances
A catheter may also be used in 62311, but it is removed immediately and not left in the patient.
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