96372 would include injection preparation and disposal, patient assessment, provision of consent, safety oversight, supervision of staff. Documentation should include VS, allergies, explanation of the procedure, observing the patient post injection and discharge instructions related to the injection.
For the presenting problem of an explosive headache, best practice would dictate a neurological exam to rule out a SAH, mass, thrombosis, stroke... or to determine if imaging is needed. With supporting documentation, an E/M would be reported.
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