Repair

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CCI component 2 codes - what was done
Procedure: Repair
CCI 2 code: 80
CCI Collection Mode: CCI collect each

This procedure is a part of CCI Collection. This is one of the CCI component 2 codes - what was done.

Additional Info

  • EXCLUDES repair of a cleft palate (etc), which is covered under Closure of fistula
  • Includes
    • skin grafting
    • close simple perforation
    • aneurysm repair
    • cardiac septal defect repair
      • (except when it was done by stopping up the defect with a "cork", which would then be Occlusion)
    • repair of a body part with sutures or tissue glue
    • pyloroplasty
    • herniorraphy / hernia repair
    • oversewing of an ulcer
    • rhinoplasty
    • retinal repair
    • closure of a surgical incision through the skin that had been left open
    • arthroplasty - code joints by site
    • spinal laminectomy - code (T) Vertebral Bones and Repair
    • hernia repair (femoral, incisional, inguinal, pudendal, umbilical, ventral) - code (T) Muscles of Chest, Abdomen, NOS and Repair
 
(T) Soft Tissue of Arm, NOS
(T) Soft Tissue of Chest, Abdomen, NOS
(T) Soft Tissue of Foot or Ankle
(T) Soft Tissue of Leg, NOS
(T) Soft Tissue of Orbit, Eyeball
(T) Soft Tissue of Wrist, Hand

Vascular grafts

Vascular graft guideline

Keywords for different kinds of bypasses so this can be found when searching: Axillofemoral bypass grafting / ax-fem bypass / axillobifemoral bypass, fem-tib bypass, fem-pop bypass, aorto-bi-iliac bypass, aorto-biiliac bypass, aorto-fem bypass

Harvesting for the graft

If they take a vessel from elsewhere (often a vein) to do the bypass, then you can also code the harvest by combining the appropriate Therapeutic Px from Category:Vessel with Procure, Harvest, Obtain for Further Use. Obviously if they use a dacron graft, then there'll be no harvesting.

Placing the graft

Code:

  • the CCI1 code for the target (bypassed) vessel at which the bypass ends, not the origin vessel from which the bypass (and blood flow) begins.
  • the CCI2 code Bypass / Repair as appropriate

Procedures done to a graft at a later time

Procedures performed on vascular grafts (either synthetic grafts or vessels harvested from elsewhere for use) are coded just as you would if the same thing was done to the native vessel.

When something is being done to a graft that's already in place, the "body part" of the CCI component code isn't the graft but rather is the native vessel that was there before grafting.

Example:   
Femoral artery dacron graft gets infected and is replaced.  The ICD10 diagnosis code would be Iatrogenic, infection, internal prosthetic device or implant or graft NOS, and the CCI code components would be (T) Arteries of Leg, NOS with Repair

Collecting "CCI collect each" items

Px Date for patients who move

See Px Date#Moves== Alternate CCIs to consider coding instead or in addition == CCI component 2 codes - what was done

Related ICD10 Codes

(enter links to ICD10 codes that would likely go with this CCI procedure, but only in case of close relation, ie not every dx that might require this procedure)

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