Below is a list summarizing the CPT codes for pulmonary diagnostic testing and therapies.
CPT Code 94010
CPT 94010 describes spirometry, including graphic record, total and timed vital capacity, and expiratory flow rate measurement(s), with or without maximal voluntary ventilation.
CPT Code 94011
CPT 94011 describes the measurement of spirometric forced expiratory flows in an infant or child through 2 years of age.
CPT Code 94012
CPT 94012 describes the measurement of spirometric forced expiratory flows before and after bronchodilator in an infant or child through 2 years of age.
CPT Code 94013
CPT 94013 describes the measurement of lung volumes (i.e., functional residual capacity [FRC], forced vital capacity [FVC], and expiratory reserve volume [ERV]) in an infant or child up to two years of age.
CPT Code 94014
CPT 94014 describes patient-initiated spirometric recording over 30 days, including reinforced education, the transmission of spirometric tracing, data capture, analysis of transmitted data, periodic recalibration, and review and interpretation by a physician or other qualified health care professional.
CPT Code 94015
CPT 94015 describes patient-initiated spirometric recording per 30-day period, including hook-up, reinforced education, data transmission, data capture, trend analysis, and periodic recalibration.
CPT Code 94016
CPT 94016 describes a review and interpretation of patient-initiated spirometric recordings over 30 days, to be performed only by a physician or other qualified healthcare professional.
CPT Code 94060
CPT 94060 describes spirometry pre- and post-bronchodilator administration to assess bronchodilation responsiveness.
CPT Code 94070
CPT 94070 describes an evaluation of bronchospasm provocation with multiple spirometric determinations, as in 94010, and the administration of agents such as antigens, cold air, and methacholine.
CPT Code 94150
CPT 94150 describes total vital capacity as a separate procedure.
CPT Code 94200
CPT 94200 describes maximum breathing capacity and maximal voluntary ventilation.
CPT Code 94375
CPT 94375 describes a respiratory flow volume loop
CPT Code 94450
CPT 94450 describes the breathing response to hypoxia (hypoxia response curve).
CPT Code 94452
CPT 94452 describes a High Altitude Simulation Test (HAST) with interpretation and report by a physician or other qualified health care professional.
CPT Code 94453
CPT 94453 describes a high altitude simulation test (HAST) with interpretation and report by a physician or other qualified health care professional and supplemental oxygen titration.
CPT Code 94610
CPT 94610 describes intrapulmonary surfactant administration by a physician or other qualified health care professional through an endotracheal tube.
CPT Code 94617
CPT 94617 describes a procedure involving an exercise test for bronchospasm, including pre-and post-spirometry, pulse oximetry, and electrocardiographic recording(s)
CPT Code 94618
CPT 94618 describes pulmonary stress testing, including measurement of heart rate, oximetry, and oxygen titration, when performed.
CPT Code 94619
CPT 94619 describes an exercise test for bronchospasm, including pre-and post-spirometry and pulse oximetry, but without electrocardiographic recording(s).
CPT Code 94621
CPT 94621 describes cardiopulmonary exercise testing, including minute ventilation measurements, CO2 production, O2 uptake, and electrocardiographic recordings.
CPT Code 94625
CPT 94625 describes physician or other qualified health care professional services for outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation without continuous oximetry monitoring per session.
CPT Code 94626
CPT 94626 describes physician or other qualified health care professional services for outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation with continuous oximetry monitoring per session.
CPT Code 94640
CPT 94640 describes pressurized or nonpressurized inhalation treatment for acute airway obstruction for therapeutic and/or diagnostic purposes, such as sputum induction, with an aerosol generator, nebulizer, metered dose inhaler, or intermittent positive pressure breathing (IPPB) device.
CPT Code 94642
CPT 94642 describes aerosol inhalation of pentamidine for pneumocystis carinii pneumonia treatment or prophylaxis.
CPT Code 94644
CPT 94644 describes continuous inhalation treatment with aerosol medication for acute airway obstruction in the first hour.
CPT Code 94660
CPT 94660 describes initiating and managing Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) ventilation.
CPT Code 94662
CPT 94662 describes initiating and managing Continuous Negative Pressure Ventilation (CNP).
CPT Code 94664
CPT 94664 describes the demonstration and/or evaluation of a patient’s utilization of an aerosol generator, nebulizer, metered dose inhaler, or IPPB device
CPT Code 94667
CPT 94667 describes manipulating the chest wall, such as cupping, percussing, and vibration, to facilitate lung function and initial demonstration and/or evaluation.
CPT Code 94668
CPT 94668 describes the manipulation of the chest wall, such as cupping, percussing, and vibration, to facilitate lung function; subsequent.
CPT Code 94669
CPT 94669 describes mechanical chest wall oscillation to facilitate lung function per session.
CPT Code 94680
CPT 94680 describes direct, simple oxygen uptake and expired gas analysis during rest and exercise.
CPT Code 94681
CPT 94681 describes the expired gas analysis, including oxygen uptake, CO2 output, and percentage of oxygen extracted.
CPT Code 94690
CPT 94690 describes oxygen uptake and expired gas analysis during rest as a separate indirect procedure.
CPT Code 94726
CPT 94726 describes plethysmography for determining lung volumes and airway resistance when performed.
CPT Code 94727
CPT 94727 describes gas dilution or washout for determining lung volumes, as well as the distribution of ventilation and closing volumes when performed.
CPT Code 94728
CPT 94728 describes airway resistance measurement using oscillometry.
CPT Code 94760
CPT 94760 describes noninvasive ear or pulse oximetry for a single determination of oxygen saturation.
CPT Code 94761
CPT 94761 describes noninvasive ear or pulse oximetry for oxygen saturation with multiple determinations, such as during exercise.
CPT Code 94762
CPT 94762 describes noninvasive monitoring of oxygen saturation by continuous overnight pulse oximetry.
CPT Code 94772
CPT 94772 describes a 12-24 hour continuous recording of a pediatric pneumogram to measure the circadian respiratory pattern of an infant
CPT Code 94774
CPT 94774 describes 30 days of pediatric home apnea monitoring event recording, including attachment of a monitor, download of data, review, interpretation, and preparation of a report by a physician or other qualified health care professional.
CPT Code 94775
CPT 94775 describes the event recording of a pediatric patient’s respiratory rate, pattern, and heart rate over 30 days, including the attachment of a monitor for hook-up, initiation of recording, and disconnection
CPT Code 94776
CPT 94776 describes the event recording of a pediatric patient’s respiratory rate, pattern, and heart rate over a 30-day period and the monitoring, download, transmission, and analysis of the information by computer.
CPT Code 94777
CPT 94777 describes the event recording of pediatric home apnea monitoring, including respiratory rate, pattern, and heart rate over 30 days, with review, interpretation, and report preparation only by a physician or other qualified healthcare professional.
CPT Code 94780
CPT 94780 describes car seat/bed testing for airway integrity, for infants through 12 months of age, with continual clinical staff observation and continuous recording of pulse oximetry, heart rate, and respiratory rate, with interpretation and report, for 60 minutes
CPT Code 94799
CPT 94799 describes an unlisted pulmonary service or procedure.