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"E" Code needed robot arm

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    I bill occupational medicine state Indiana WC I need a "E" code- robot only operates when the door is closed and the employee was inside the room showing a co-worker how to change a part when someone shut the door and the robot started-robot grabbed her left arm and pinned her up against the table which code would i use
    E917.x or E919.x

    Also patient is suffering from PTSD I used 309.81 cause of the recurring nightmares/flashbacks

    Thanks for your help Melissa

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    Charleston, WV
    I would go with E919.x. Unless the robot is intelligent. Then i would use E960.x!

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