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Anesthesia Coding
How many anesthesia codes does medicar…
Third party payers require...
(HCPCS level II) that are required for…
What is included in the anesthesia ser…
Medicare only allows the submission of one anesthesia code. I…
Most other third party payers require the surgery code for an…
National Modifiers
Preoperative/postoperative visits, administration of fluids a…
How many anesthesia codes does medicar…
Medicare only allows the submission of one anesthesia code. I…
Third party payers require...
Most other third party payers require the surgery code for an…
51 terms
Medical Coding Anesthesia
Anesthesia
Analgesia
Types of anesthesia
Endotracheal anesthesia
Induction or administration of a drug to obtain partial or co…
Absence of pain
General, Regional, Local or moderate (conscious) sedation.
Inserting a tube into the nose or mouth and passing the tube…
Anesthesia
Induction or administration of a drug to obtain partial or co…
Analgesia
Absence of pain
19 terms
Anesthesia Codes
Head
Neck
Thorax
Intrathoracic
001-002
003
004
005
Head
001-002
Neck
003
36 terms
CH. 6 Anesthesia Coding
The procedure codes for identifying th…
The anesthesiology codes range from 00…
anesthesiologists
anesthesia
True
True
Physicians specializing in the administration of anesthesia.
The loss of sensation, with or without consciousness, general…
The procedure codes for identifying th…
True
The anesthesiology codes range from 00…
True
Coding Block 2/Anesthesia
Anesthesia
An anesthesiologist, anesthetist, or o…
The practice of anesthesiology is not…
Included services
loss of the ability to feel pain, with or without the loss of…
...
The management of procedures for rendering a patient insensib…
Preoperative and postoperative visits by the anesthesiologist…
Anesthesia
loss of the ability to feel pain, with or without the loss of…
An anesthesiologist, anesthetist, or o…
...
14 terms
Anesthesia modifiers, CPT CODING
P1
P2
P3
P4
Normal healthy patient
Patient with mild systemic disease
Patient with severe systemic disease
Patient with severe systemic disease that is a constant threa…
P1
Normal healthy patient
P2
Patient with mild systemic disease
29 terms
CPT coding anesthesia
Local anesthesia is usually administer…
ASA
Not a type of anesthesia is__________.
____________ is administered by a surg…
surgeon
American Society of Anesthesiologists
blood patch aka, epidural blood patch (EBP)
Conscious sedation
Local anesthesia is usually administer…
surgeon
ASA
American Society of Anesthesiologists
12 terms
Medical Coding 1 CH 3-Notes/Formulas for Anesthesia Payment
Prep\operative, intraoperative (care d…
If the anesthesiologist provides care…
Anesthesia formula
RVG
True
Reported in addition to the base anesthesia service. A swan-G…
Base units+time units+modifying units (B+T+M) x conversion fa…
Relative value guide published by ASA (American Society of An…
Prep\operative, intraoperative (care d…
True
If the anesthesiologist provides care…
Reported in addition to the base anesthesia service. A swan-G…
12 terms
Anesthesia coding terminology
General Anesthesia
What modifier is used if a pt has seve…
Regional anesthesia
Mac is the third type of anesthesia.
Loss of conscious.
Modifier 23
A loss of sensation in a region of the body such as:... Spinal…
See above note
General Anesthesia
Loss of conscious.
What modifier is used if a pt has seve…
Modifier 23
25 terms
Anesthesia for Coding Students
anesthesia
spinal anesthesia
epidural anesthesia
bier block
Absence of sensation/blocking of sensation... medically induced…
Refers to nerves blocked in the subarachnoid space.
Regional anesthesia produced by injecting medication into the…
The Bier block is an intravenous regional anesthesia techniqu…
anesthesia
Absence of sensation/blocking of sensation... medically induced…
spinal anesthesia
Refers to nerves blocked in the subarachnoid space.
14 terms
Anesthesia modifiers, CPT CODING
P1
P2
P3
P4
Normal healthy patient
Patient with mild systemic disease
Patient with severe systemic disease
Patient with severe systemic disease that is a constant threa…
P1
Normal healthy patient
P2
Patient with mild systemic disease
51 terms
Medical Coding Anesthesia
Anesthesia
Analgesia
Types of anesthesia
Endotracheal anesthesia
Induction or administration of a drug to obtain partial or co…
Absence of pain
General, Regional, Local or moderate (conscious) sedation.
Inserting a tube into the nose or mouth and passing the tube…
Anesthesia
Induction or administration of a drug to obtain partial or co…
Analgesia
Absence of pain
72 terms
Anesthesia Step-By-Step Medical Coding
Anesthesia sservices are based on ____…
Anesthesia time begins when the anesth…
According to the Anesthesia Guidelines…
"P1" is an example of what type of mod…
total
begins to manage patient in the operating room... throughout pro…
47
physical status
Anesthesia sservices are based on ____…
total
Anesthesia time begins when the anesth…
begins to manage patient in the operating room... throughout pro…
12 terms
3-2-1 Code It! Ch 8 Anesthesia
Category I Codes
Category II Codes
Category III Codes
column 1 / column 2 edits
Procedures/services identified by a five-digit CPT code and d…
Optional "performance measurements" tracking codes; alphanume…
"Emerging technology" temporary codes assigned for data colle…
Code pairs that should not be billed together because one ser…
Category I Codes
Procedures/services identified by a five-digit CPT code and d…
Category II Codes
Optional "performance measurements" tracking codes; alphanume…
Anesthesia Step-By-Step Medical Coding
Anesthesia sservices are based on ____…
Anesthesia time begins when the anesth…
According to the Anesthesia Guidelines…
"P1" is an example of what type of mod…
total
begins to manage patient in the operating room... throughout pro…
47
physical status
Anesthesia sservices are based on ____…
total
Anesthesia time begins when the anesth…
begins to manage patient in the operating room... throughout pro…
8 terms
Anesthesia Code Assignment Steps
1
2
3
4
Carefully read and review the medical record.
Find the code in the CPT Index.
Verify the code in the Anesthesia Numeric List.
Review and select appropriate Anesthesia Modifier.
1
Carefully read and review the medical record.
2
Find the code in the CPT Index.
24 terms
Procedural Coding Anesthesia Review - Chapter 12
moderate (conscious) sedation
systemic
Base Unit Values
Modifying Unit
decreased level of consciousness that doesn't put the patient…
means "affecting the body as a whole"
accepted as the standard in the US for most third party payer…
the "M" in the anesthesia formula that reflect circumstances…
moderate (conscious) sedation
decreased level of consciousness that doesn't put the patient…
systemic
means "affecting the body as a whole"
30 terms
Anesthesia 1
Tranquilizer
Sedative
Opioids
General anesthesia
a drug that produces calmness without depressed mental functi…
a drug that produces calmness and depressed mental function (…
drugs derived from opium (morphine) and chemically related sy…
a pharmacologically induced, controlled, and reversible loss…
Tranquilizer
a drug that produces calmness without depressed mental functi…
Sedative
a drug that produces calmness and depressed mental function (…
Anesthesia 1
-esthesia
-algesia
Ketamine
Xylazine
Sensation or feeling
Pain or suffering
Cyclohexamines
Alpha 2 agonist
-esthesia
Sensation or feeling
-algesia
Pain or suffering
Anesthesia 1
-esthesia
-algesia
Ketamine
Xylazine
Sensation or feeling
Pain or suffering
Cyclohexamines
Alpha-2 agonists (x)
-esthesia
Sensation or feeling
-algesia
Pain or suffering
16 terms
Anesthesia 1
William Morton (Dentist)
Uses of anesthesia in clinic
Anesthesia
General Anesthesia
gave 1st successful demo of pain relieving properties of diet…
surgery, dentistry, grooming, diagnostic imaging, wound care,…
with out feeling and a loss of sensation
reversible state of unconsciousness immobility, muscle relaxa…
William Morton (Dentist)
gave 1st successful demo of pain relieving properties of diet…
Uses of anesthesia in clinic
surgery, dentistry, grooming, diagnostic imaging, wound care,…
2015 Step-by-Step Medical Coding Chapter 16 Anesthesia Questions 1-8 Workbook
What two words describe a decreased le…
What do the initials CRNA stand for?
CMS publishes an annual list of _____v…
The "M" in the anesthesia formula stan…
Moderate/conscious sedation
Certified registered nurse anesthetist
base unit
Modifying
What two words describe a decreased le…
Moderate/conscious sedation
What do the initials CRNA stand for?
Certified registered nurse anesthetist
92 terms
Anesthesia 1 Week 1 & 3- Physics of Anesthesia
Gas law Pneumonic
Molecular Theroy
Phase Changes of Molecules
Vapor
All matter is made up of tiny particles called molecules, tha…
Freezing point: Liquid -> Solid ... Boiling Point: Solid -> Gas…
Vapor is the Gaseous Phase of a substance which is normally a…
Gas law Pneumonic
Molecular Theroy
All matter is made up of tiny particles called molecules, tha…
SA Anesthesia 1 - Anesthesia Equipment
What are the four 'parts'/divisions of…
The flowmeter, common gas outlet, and…
What are the components of the high pr…
The oxygen pipeline supply operates at…
1. high pressure system - receives gas from cylinders, reduce…
Low pressure system
-gas source (ex. pipeline; tanks)... -first stage pressure regul…
50-55 psig
What are the four 'parts'/divisions of…
1. high pressure system - receives gas from cylinders, reduce…
The flowmeter, common gas outlet, and…
Low pressure system
coding 1
RAM
Ethernet cable
cryptology
virtual reality
memory of a computer
carries broadband signals and networks
study of coding
three-dimensional image or environment that can be interacted…
RAM
memory of a computer
Ethernet cable
carries broadband signals and networks
72 terms
Chapter 16 Anesthesia Step-By-Step Medical Coding
Anesthesia sservices are based on ____…
Anesthesia time begins when the anesth…
According to the Anesthesia Guidelines…
"P1" is an example of what type of mod…
total
begins to manage patient in the operating room... throughout pro…
47
physical status
Anesthesia sservices are based on ____…
total
Anesthesia time begins when the anesth…
begins to manage patient in the operating room... throughout pro…
45 terms
Anesthesia 1
Tranquilizer
Sedative
Opioids
General Anesthesia
a drug that produces calmness without depressed mental functi…
a drug that produces calmness and depressed mental function (…
drugs derived from opium(morphine) and chemically related syn…
a pharmacologically induced, controlled, and reversible loss…
Tranquilizer
a drug that produces calmness without depressed mental functi…
Sedative
a drug that produces calmness and depressed mental function (…
45 terms
Anesthesia 1
tranquilizer
sedative
opioids
general anesthesia
a drug the produces calmness without depressed mental functio…
a drug the produces calmness and depressed mental function ie…
drugs derived from opium (morphine) and chemically related sy…
a pharmacologically induced, controlled, and reversible loss…
tranquilizer
a drug the produces calmness without depressed mental functio…
sedative
a drug the produces calmness and depressed mental function ie…
Anesthesia 1
reversal agent
lipid solubility
anticholinergic
adjunct
antagonist drug given to lesen or abolish the effects of anot…
tendency of a drug to dissolve in lipids
drug that locks parasympathetic receptors on target organs
drug used around the time of anesthesia to produce other effe…
reversal agent
antagonist drug given to lesen or abolish the effects of anot…
lipid solubility
tendency of a drug to dissolve in lipids
35 terms
Anesthesia (1)
trigeminal (especially V2, V3)
1. infra-orbital nerve... 2. PSA nerve ... 3…
1. lingual nerve ... 2. inferior alveolar…
1. maxillary molars (expect MB root of…
dentistry is concerned with which cranial nerve?
List the important branches of V2 (6)
list the important branches of V3 (5)
PSA nerves innervates what
trigeminal (especially V2, V3)
dentistry is concerned with which cranial nerve?
1. infra-orbital nerve... 2. PSA nerve ... 3…
List the important branches of V2 (6)
40 terms
Anesthesia-1
lower (dependent)
33%
Vital Capacity
Reynonlds
lower/upper areas of lungs tend to be better ventilated
dead space to tidal vol ratio is usually about_____
maximum vol of gas that can be exhaled following maximal insp…
Whether tubrulent or laminar flow occurs can be predicted by…
lower (dependent)
lower/upper areas of lungs tend to be better ventilated
33%
dead space to tidal vol ratio is usually about_____
10 terms
Anesthesia 1
Schedule III
Tranquilizer
Manometer
Reservoir
DEA category of controlled substanc that have moderate potent…
A drug that produces calmness without depressed mental function
A device for measuring low pressure as in the anesthetic brea…
A receptacle for storing
Schedule III
DEA category of controlled substanc that have moderate potent…
Tranquilizer
A drug that produces calmness without depressed mental function
184 terms
Anesthesia 1
General Anesthesia
Physiologic characteristics of general…
Ideal anesthetic episode
Surgical anesthesia
Drug induced unconsciousness characterized by contrlled but r…
Unconsciousness/Amnesia... Immobility... Skeletal Muscle Relaxation…
Low stress, rapid onset induction... Reversible ... Inexpensive... Saf…
Plane of GA - unconsciousness, muscle relaxation, immobility…
General Anesthesia
Drug induced unconsciousness characterized by contrlled but r…
Physiologic characteristics of general…
Unconsciousness/Amnesia... Immobility... Skeletal Muscle Relaxation…
289 terms
Anesthesia 1
What pre-medication drug is a anti-cho…
What should someone be aware of when u…
What side effects should we be aware o…
Why is atropine not a great choice for…
Atropine
Initially there might be an increase in vagal tone (or heart…
Increase in HR... Increase in BP ... Decrease in salivation and bro…
Poor recovery due to pupil dilation
What pre-medication drug is a anti-cho…
Atropine
What should someone be aware of when u…
Initially there might be an increase in vagal tone (or heart…
Anesthesia 1
Anticholinergic
Anticholinergic
Phenothiazine
Benzodiazepine
Atropine
Glycopyrrolate
Ace promazine
Diazepam
Anticholinergic
Atropine
Anticholinergic
Glycopyrrolate
Chapter 16 Anesthesia 2014 Step-By-Step Medical Coding
Anesthesia sservices are based on ____…
Anesthesia time begins when the anesth…
According to the Anesthesia Guidelines…
"P1" is an example of what type of mod…
total
begins to manage patient in the operating room... throughout pro…
47
physical status
Anesthesia sservices are based on ____…
total
Anesthesia time begins when the anesth…
begins to manage patient in the operating room... throughout pro…
Anesthesia 1
Tranquilization
Sedation
Narcosis
Hypnosis
Behavior change, relief of anxiety; patients are relaxed but…
Central depression; patient is unaware of surroundings
Drug induced state of sleep
Artifically induced sleeo, patient redily aroused
Tranquilization
Behavior change, relief of anxiety; patients are relaxed but…
Sedation
Central depression; patient is unaware of surroundings
29 terms
Anesthesia1
no pain
no sensation
no memory
no anxiety
analgesia
anesthesia
amnesia
anxiolysis
no pain
analgesia
no sensation
anesthesia
46 terms
Anesthesia Test #1
Analgesia
Pre-emptive analgesia
Anesthesia
General anesthesia
Absence of the awareness of pain, relief of pain without loss…
Preventing pain before it starts ~ PA drugs
LOSS OF SENSATION in body part or whole body
CNS depression (loss of consciousness), analgesia (absence of…
Analgesia
Absence of the awareness of pain, relief of pain without loss…
Pre-emptive analgesia
Preventing pain before it starts ~ PA drugs
24 terms
Procedural Coding Anesthesia Review - Chapter 12
moderate (conscious) sedation
systemic
Base Unit Values
Modifying Unit
decreased level of consciousness that doesn't put the patient…
means "affecting the body as a whole"
accepted as the standard in the US for most third party payer…
the "M" in the anesthesia formula that reflect circumstances…
moderate (conscious) sedation
decreased level of consciousness that doesn't put the patient…
systemic
means "affecting the body as a whole"
Anesthesia 1
Rebreathing circuit is used for patien…
O2 flow rates for Rebreathing circuit?
O2 flow rates for Non-rebreathing circ…
Non-rebreathing circuit is used for pa…
10kg and higher
Initial: 200ml/kg/min Maintenance: 50ml/kg/min Recovery: 200m…
Initial/Maintenance/Recovery all: 200ml/kg/min
less than 10kg
Rebreathing circuit is used for patien…
10kg and higher
O2 flow rates for Rebreathing circuit?
Initial: 200ml/kg/min Maintenance: 50ml/kg/min Recovery: 200m…
Anesthesia1
topical, infiltration, localized nerve…
epidural, regional intravenous anesthe…
general anesthesia has the goal of pro…
what is balanced anesthesia?
local anesthesia
regional anesthesia
produce unconsciousness, amnesia, mm relaxation, analgesia, a…
state of surgical anesthesia that is achieved by the use of t…
topical, infiltration, localized nerve…
local anesthesia
epidural, regional intravenous anesthe…
regional anesthesia
Anesthesia 1
categories of pre-meds
examples of anticholinergics
examples of tranquilizers
examples of opioids
anticholinergics, tranquilizers, opiods, alpha2 agonists
atropine, glycopyrrolate
acepromazine, midazolam, diazepam
morphine, meperidine, fentanyl, remifentanil, hydromorphone,…
categories of pre-meds
anticholinergics, tranquilizers, opiods, alpha2 agonists
examples of anticholinergics
atropine, glycopyrrolate
anesthesia 1
tranquilizer
sedative
somatic analgesia
visceral analgesia
a drug that produces calmness without depressed mental function
a drug that produces calmness with depressed mental function
decreased pain perception in the skin and musculoskeletal str…
decreased pain perception in internal organs
tranquilizer
a drug that produces calmness without depressed mental function
sedative
a drug that produces calmness with depressed mental function
anesthesia Q1
NMDA antag
bronchodilation
hypnosis
hypertension
methadone ... ketamine
ketamine... antichol
propofol... alfoxalone... ketamine
ketamine... A2-->reflex brady... inc HR in atropine
NMDA antag
methadone ... ketamine
bronchodilation
ketamine... antichol
33 terms
1-Anesthesia
If there is adequate anesthesia where…
What are the classifications of anesth…
What are the anesthetic goals?
What is anesthesia?
Ventral medially
Local anesthesia - topical, nerve block... Regional anesthesia -…
Ensure analgesia... optimal state of patient for procedure being…
loss fo sensation of particular body part - Depression of ner…
If there is adequate anesthesia where…
Ventral medially
What are the classifications of anesth…
Local anesthesia - topical, nerve block... Regional anesthesia -…
Anesthesia Unit 1
Anesthsia
Local Anesthesia
Regional Anesthesia
General Anesthesia
Total loss of sensation in a body part (local) or the entire…
Anesthesia where drugs are (usually) injected around nerve en…
Anesthesia where drugs usually injected around a nerve root o…
Anesthesia where drugs administered systemically (inhalation,…
Anesthsia
Total loss of sensation in a body part (local) or the entire…
Local Anesthesia
Anesthesia where drugs are (usually) injected around nerve en…
VTI Anesthesia 1 The patient
signalment
common symptoms to ask for
Class 1 (P1)
Class 2 (P2)
age, breed, sex, spayed/neutered, weight, name, owners name,…
abnormal bleeding, bruising, fainting, sezures, unexplained w…
minimal risk, healthy, no Dz present
low/slight risk, minor/mild Dz may be present (patient is abl…
signalment
age, breed, sex, spayed/neutered, weight, name, owners name,…
common symptoms to ask for
abnormal bleeding, bruising, fainting, sezures, unexplained w…
Anesthesia Quiz 1: Intro to Anesthesia
What is the definition of analgesia?
Why is a preemptive use of analgesics…
Ketamine is a good choice in cats, for…
Abrupt onset of pain, usually short du…
The absence of pain - through the use of drugs or other modes…
Windup - chemical release of endorphins as an involuntary res…
False
Acute pain
What is the definition of analgesia?
The absence of pain - through the use of drugs or other modes…
Why is a preemptive use of analgesics…
Windup - chemical release of endorphins as an involuntary res…
51 terms
SA Anesthesia 1 - Anesthesia Equipment
What are the four 'parts'/divisions of…
The flowmeter, common gas outlet, and…
What are the components of the high pr…
The oxygen pipeline supply operates at…
1. high pressure system - receives gas from cylinders, reduce…
Low pressure system
-gas source (ex. pipeline; tanks)... -first stage pressure regul…
50-55 psig
What are the four 'parts'/divisions of…
1. high pressure system - receives gas from cylinders, reduce…
The flowmeter, common gas outlet, and…
Low pressure system
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