What is the CPT code for a coronary artery bypass using a saphenous vein graft?
In this regard, what is the CPT code for coronary artery bypass graft?
Assign code 33511 for two coronary venous bypass grafts. CPT includes additional codes for three (33512), four (33513), five (33514), and six or more bypass grafts (33516). Coders should report these codes only when a surgeon uses a venous graft.
One may also ask, what is the CPT code for repair of cardiac wound with cardiopulmonary bypass? CPT CODES
|33305||REPAIR OF CARDIAC WOUND; WITH CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS|
|33310||CARDIOTOMY, EXPLORATORY (INCLUDES REMOVAL OF FOREIGN BODY); WITHOUT BYPASS|
|33315||CARDIOTOMY, EXPLORATORY (INCLUDES REMOVAL OF FOREIGN BODY); WITH CARDIOPULMONARY BYPASS|
In this regard, are the CPT codes for a five vessel coronary artery bypass using two arteries and three vein grafts?
33282 Implantation, cardiac event recorder: A coronary artery bypass graft using one saphenous vein. A five-vessel coronary artery bypass using two arteries and three vein grafts. (This code requires a HCPCS modifier identifying the artery.)
Which procedure should be coded separately when a CABG is performed?
A separate procedure is coded for each coronary artery site that uses a different device and/or qualifier. For example, if both an aortocoronary artery bypass and an internal mammary artery bypass are performed, they are coded separately.