Since you are not treating the iron deficiency when giving the Procrit, I would take off the 280.9 and just use the 285.29 + 238.75. You only use the dx codes for the drugs that are given. Since the patient is on oral iron meds, there aren't any drugs you are going to be billing the 280.9 for. You could tie the 280.9 to an office visit but not for drugs that the 280.9 isn't being given for, like the Procrit.
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