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    We have a patient who is having physical therapy as well as wound dressing changes done every day by our physical therapist. I am not sure how to code this since they are not removing tissue or doing any debridement. . . just dressing change. The patient has a Unna Boot. Do I use the physical therapy ulisted code 97139?


  2. #2
    you can use 97139 and then list supplies used Q4051 $amt or if have specific code for supplies used

  3. #3
    I also saw a Unna Boot code 29580?

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