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    What Dx Should I Use For Preterm Premature Ruputre Of Membranes?

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    Look at icd-9 658 section to see if any of those apply.
    Kiana CPC, CPC-H, BCS-M, BCS-R

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    The pts membranes ruptured at 26 weeks I do not know if /when she delivered b/c she was transfered OOT to high risk center. That is all that I have.

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    If this is all you have I'm looking at dx 658.90 Unspecified Other problems associated w/ amniotic cavity and membranes; unspecified as to episode of care or not applicable.

    This is my thought.
    Kiana CPC, CPC-H, BCS-M, BCS-R

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    Thank you!! I wish there was something more specific.

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