• Medical Coding 1 Final Examination
    discussed with the surgeon. 3. Discuss coding for obstetrics, including items covered by the global fee for antepartum and postpartum periods of normal pregnancy. Global coding for obstetrics is basically for the services and supplies needed for the antepartum, delivery, and postpartum...
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  • Medical Billing and Coding 1
    inpatient coding requires daily coding of each service on each day of hospitalization. 2. CPT Code: 21931 ICD-9-CM Code: 239.2 not correct 3. Discuss coding for obstetrics, including items covered by the global fee for antepartum and postpartum periods of normal pregnancy. Global coding for...
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  • Medical Coding 1 Final Exam
    report. 3. Discuss coding for obstetrics, including items covered by the global fee for antepartum and postpartum periods of normal pregnancy. Part B: Answer each of the following items in two to five sentences. Each answer is worth four points. 1. Explain the importance of a fee...
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  • Final Exam, Medical Coding
    items covered by the global fee for antepartum and postpartum periods of normal pregnancy. Part B: Answer each of the following items in two to five sentences. Each answer is worth four points. 1. Explain the importance of a fee schedule and the factors it’s based on. 2. Why would a coder want to...
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  • Healthcare/Insurances
    items covered by the global fee for antepartum and postpartum periods of normal pregnancy. * One of the unusual aspects of OB is the global fee that encompasses the antepartum, delivery, and postpartum period of normal pregnancy. The initial blood history, physical examination, blood pressure...
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  • Examination 38172700
    six weeks following vaginal or cesarean section delivery are included in postpartum care. The purpose of global billing is to offer a convenient way of billing for physician’s who provide total care to a woman throughout her pregnancy. OB billing consists of antepartum care, delivery and postpartum...
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  • Exam #38170700
    : Childbirth; Delivery; Labor; Pregnancy; Puerperium, to help locate various pregnancy complications. For the uncomplicated, or normal, pregnancies, there are combination codes that cover the antepartum, delivery, and postpartum periods of the pregnancy. The initial, and subsequent, history, physical...
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  • Medical Coding Final Exam
    unusual aspects of OB is the global fee that encompasses the antepartum, delivery, and postpartum period of normal pregnancy. The initial blood history, physical examination, blood pressure, weight, fetal heart tones, routine analysis, and monthly visits up to twenty-eight weeks gestation, biweekly visits...
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  • Science
    are dying during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period, including social and clinical contributing factors. x To identify factors that may have influenced levels of maternal mortality and morbidity in the past. x To provide information to help identify interventions that may...
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  • Nursing Reviews
    the Early Prenatal Period (Cont’d) Discomfort Emotional lability Leukorrhea Breast discomfort Fatigue Nasal stuffiness/ epistaxis ANTEPARTUM Patient Education Related to hormone changes Discuss normalcy of emotional changes with patient and partner Ambivalence normal in...
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  • Safe Motherhood & Child Survival: a Situation in Lower Income Group at Dhaka City
    symposium was clear: motherhood can and should be made safe. Global experience from the Initiative's first ten years showed that maternal death and morbidity due to obstetric complications can be prevented (with existing knowledge and technology) by: • Recognizing that every pregnancy faces...
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  • Emergency Triage Kit
    and discuss how urgency is determined for these conditions. 50 Learning objectives • Outline the physiological changes in pregnancy that may modify triage decision-making. • Describe the relevant questions to ask about a woman’s obstetric history. • Discuss common non-obstetric conditions that...
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  • Records
    , and progress notes. The obstetrical record consists of the following reports: • Antepartum record (or prenatal record) (Figure 5-29A): Started in the physician’s office and includes health history of the mother, family and social history, pregnancy risk factors, care during pregnancy including...
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  • OBGYN Exam 1
    -Midwives Qualified to take complete health histories and perform physical examinations Provide complete care during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period Attend the mother and infant as long as the mother’s progress is normal Provide information to prevent problems during pregnancy and...
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  • Obesity and Pregnant Women Outcomes
    with BMI < 20 appeared to be at a lower risk of developing any other pregnancy or labour complications compared even to women with BMI in the normal range – a finding corroborated by Sebire et al [16]. Several complications like postpartum haemorrhage, preterm delivery and macrosomia were found to...
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  • Termination of Pregnancy
    • • • • • In case of Pregnancy Complications: Antepartum hemorrhage Preterm labour Pre‐eclampsia Blood loss at delivery Postpartum hemorrhage Cardiac Conditions • High risk of maternal mortality: Eisenmenger’s syndrome Severe pulmonary hypertension Cardiomyopathy Marfan syndrome (aortic root...
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  • Postpartum Hemorrhage
    for Post-Partum Hemorrhage in Developing Countries | About Medscape Reference   References 1. Berg CJ, Atrash HK, Koonin LM, Tucker M. Pregnancy-related mortality in the United States, 1987-1990.Obstet Gynecol. Aug 1996;88(2):161-7. [Medline]. 2. Abouzahr C. Antepartum and postpartum...
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  • Assessing Depression Before Postpartum
    Assessing Depressing before Postpartum Denise M. Massey RNC-OB Nur/518 Analysis of Research Reports March 11, 2013 Jane Cash RN, PhD Depression is very common in modern troubling times. During pregnancy women are more vulnerable to depression because of the hormonal changes their bodies...
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  • Pregnancy
    first five postnatal days. Even women whose blood pressure was normal throughout pregnancy may experience transient hypertension in the early post partum period, perhaps reflecting a degree of vasomotor instability [11]. 1.2.2. High Blood Pressure during Pregnancy - What Happens At the first...
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  • OB Unit I StudyGuide
     average length = 28 days (but variations are normal) Purpose = prepares uterus for pregnancy  no pregnancy = period 1st day of bleeding = day 1 of the menstrual cycle (menses) Average duration of menstrual flow = 5 days (with a range of 3 – 6 days)  average blood loss is 50...
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