Looking for the CPT Code for cardioversion with anesthesia? The NCCI contains many edits bundling standard preparation, monitoring, and procedural services into anesthesia CPT codes.
Although some of these services may never be reported on the same date of service as an anesthesia service, many of these services could be provided at a separate patient encounter unrelated to the anesthesia service on the same date of service.
Providers may utilize modifier 59 to bypass the edits under these circumstances.
List With CPT Codes For Anesthesia Services
CPT codes describing services that are integral to an anesthesia service include, but are not limited to, the following:
CPT 31505, CPT 31515, CPT 31527: (Laryngoscopy) (Laryngoscopy codes describe diagnostic or surgical services.)
CPT 31622, CPT 31645, CPT 31646: (Bronchoscopy)
CPT 36000, CPT 36010-36015: (Introduction of needle or catheter)
CPT 36400 – CPT 36440: (Venipuncture and transfusion)
CPT 67500: (Retrobulbar injection)
CPT 43753, CPT 43754, CPT 43755: (Esophageal, gastric intubation)
CPT 92511-92520, CPT 92543: (Special otorhinolaryngologic services)
CPT 92950: (Cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
CPT 92953: (Temporary transcutaneous pacemaker)
CPT 92960 & CPT 92961: (Cardioversion)
CPT 93000 – CPT 93010: (Electrocardiography)
CPT 93040 – CPT 93042: (Electrocardiography)
CPT 93303 – CPT 93308: (Transthoracic echocardiography when utilized for monitoring purposes) However, when performed for diagnostic purposes with documentation including a formal report, this service may be considered a significant, separately identifiable, and separately reportable service.
CPT 93312 – CPT 93317: (Transesophageal echocardiography when utilized for monitoring purposes) However, when performed for diagnostic purposes with documentation including a formal report, this service may be considered a significant, separately identifiable, and separately reportable service.
CPT 93318: (Transesophageal echocardiography for monitoring purposes)
CPT 93561 – CPT 93562 (Indicator dilution studies)
CPT 93701: (Thoracic electrical bioimpedance)
CPT 93922 – CPT 93981: (Extremity or visceral arterial or venous vascular studies) When performed diagnostically with a formal report, this service may be considered a significant, separately identifiable, and if medically necessary, a separately reportable service.
CPT 94640: (Inhalation/IPPB treatments)
CPT 94664: (Inhalations)
CPT 94680 – CPT 94690, CPT 94770: (Expired gas analysis)
CPT 94760 – CPT 94762: (Oximetry)
CPT 96360 – CPT 96376: (Drug administration)
CPT 99201 – CPT 99499: (Evaluation and management)