I would bill it from 7:33 to 9:46 according to these guidelines but not 100% sure either. Hope this info helps you a little more.
Anesthesia start & stop time
Anesthesia time begins when the anesthesiologist begins
to prepare the patient for the induction of anesthesia in the
operating room or in an equivalent area and requires the
continuous presence of the anesthesiologist or CRNA when
â€˘ Anesthesia start and stop time must be reported
in actual minutes
â€˘ It is important to document transfer time to recovery
â€˘ Time stops if â€śqualified individualâ€ť is not with the patient.
A qualified individual is one who can be medically
directed by an anesthesiologist:
â€ş AA or CRNA
â€ş Residents and Intern
â€˘ Anesthesia ends when the anesthesiologist is no longer
in personal attendance or when the patient may be safely
placed under postoperative supervision
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