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She has a commercial Blue-Cross Blue-Shield insurance plan, through her work, which covers her daughter. Sheila also has Medicaid coverage on her daughter, due to her low-income status. Which one of her insurances is billed for the well-child exam You bill Blue-Cross Blue-Shield first and Medicaid second
This condition occurs when the lining of the esophagus becomes inflamed. It is generally caused by an infection or irritation of the esophagus. What is the name of this condition? Esophagitis
A pacemaker or pacing cardioverter-defibrillator that has pacing and sensing functions in three or more chambers of the heart is considered a: Multiple Lead
The tympanic membrane is often referred to as: The ear drum
A physician harvested a viable left cornea, liver, and heart from a declared brain-dead patient. What anesthesia services should have been provided? 01990-P6
What does the suffix "-megaly" refer to, as in cardiomegaly? Enlargement of, as in enlargement of the heart
he time reported for an anesthesia service begins _____, and ends _____. When the anesthesiologist begins prepping the patient; when the anesthesiologist is no longer in personal post-operative attendance.
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