Did you ever get an answer to this question? I have the same problem. The patient was given 10 ml (1500 units). My people are telling me to bill the 90376 with 10 units. I'm trying to tell them that the code does not specify units when billing. I think that I should bill one unit with the price for 10 units and write the amount in local use of how many units were given.
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