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vena cavae
largest vein in the body
pericariocentesis
surgical puncture to remove fluid from the pericardium
valves of the heart
mitral, pulmonary, tricuspid
types of noninvasive test
echocardiography, cardiography
angiography codes located where
radiology section
cardiovascular system subsection
contains diagnostic and thereapeutic procedure codes that are divided on the basis of whether the procedure was performed on the heart/pericardium or on arteries/veins
entering the body to make a correction
invasive
what is embolus
clot or other substance that travels to a distant location and suddenly block a blood vessel
natural pacemaker
heart
coding for selective catheter placement how is it done
rport fullest extension within the vascular family
procedure where needle is used to withdraw fluid, leaving catheter in place to continue drainage
pericardiostomy
what section of CPT would you use for cardiovascular
surgery, medicine, radiology
device that is inserted to electrically shock heart
pacemaker or pacing cardioverter-defibrillator
pacemaker insertion codes
33202-33249
contraction phase of heartbeat
systole
example of cardiac dysrhythmia
problems with conduction or electrical conduction of the heart
how is ambulatory blood pressure monitored
conducted over a 24 hour period by means of a portable device worn by the patient or with a sphygmometer
pacemaker insertion has how many global period day
90
catheterization performed on coronary arteries, which section would you find the codes
medicine/cardiovascular; cardiac catheterization
carotid arteries supply blood to what
head and neck
oxygen poor blood from the heart to the lungs is carried by which artery
pulmonary artery
vascular injection what is not bundled
catheter, drugs, contrast media
device used to detect cardiac arrhythmias
implantabel cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD)
pathway of blood from the ehart to the tissue capillaries and back to the heart is
systemic circulation
modifier you would append to the physician component of a cardiac catheterization procedure if the catheterization laboratory is hospital bases
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pericardium
fibrous and membranous sac, surrounds the heart
echocardiography
echoes generated by high-frequency sound waves produce images of the heart
heart valve located between the left atrium and left ventricle of the heart
mitral valve
tetralogy of Fallot
congenital malformation of the heart involving 4 distinct defects
what is diastole
relaxation
tissue lacking oxygen often exhibit a blue color called
cyanosis
sphygmomanometer
instrument used to measure blood pressure
combining form for vein
phleb/o
combing for for chest
steth/o
combing for yellowish plaque
ather/o
doppler ultrasound
sound waves measure movement of blood flow
nitroglycerin
nitrate drug used in treatment of angina
polyunsaturated fats
decrease blood cholesterol
bruit
abnormal blowing or swishing sound heard during auscultation of an artery or organ
intracoronary brachytherapy
use of radioactive substances as a therapy for in-stent restenosis of a coronary vessel
extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)
technique used by machine to divert blood from the heart and lungs while the heart is repaired
beta blocker
block actionof epinephrine at receptor sites, slowing the heartbeat and reducing the workload on the heart
arteriovenous fistula
communication between an artery and vein
thrill
vibration felt on touching the body over an area of turmoil in blood flow
cardiac tamponade
pressure on the heart caused by fluid in the pericardial space
cardioversion
brief discharge of electricity, applied across the chest to stop arrhythmias
saturated fats
increase cholesterol in the blood