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    A patient gets infusion with grug X from 12 to 3.
    from 2-3 he gets an additional drug Y infusion.

    How should I code it ? as seq. or concurrent infusion?

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    Concurrent since the infusions were administered via the same site and at the same time during 2-3.

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    Default I think the same but...

    Its really not clear how to interpret the sequential / concurrent per cpt.

    To my understanding sequential is when the firs drug therapy is done and a second drug begins. but per cpt it can be a "secondary service after a different initial" and its not clear if the first drug can still be administrated with additional drug.

    As to conccurent - Maybe all grugs needs to be addminisrated together at the same time?
    (drug A+B+C different bugs from 1-5)

    Can someone clarify it please?

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