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Using Diagnosis Codes
 
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This module will demystify ICD-9 codes and explore how diagnosis data can be used to extract meaningful information from claims data. We will review various techniques for aggregating diagnosis codes into relevant groupings and quantifying inappropriate hospital utilization.
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Medical Coding Training — Cancer Codes in ICD 9
 
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Medical Coding Training — Cancer Codes in ICD 9 http://go.cco.us/icd-9-cm-mini-course-yt Okay so someone had wanted to review cancer codes and ICD 9? And I've had a hard time picking which one to use, benign, malignant or not specified Alicia: . So... and what I did was I just did kind of a basics in cancer coding. So metastatic means that it's moved. So you know, think M -- move, M -- metastatic. The cancer has moved from one place to another so that's usually from one organ to another. So we've got like breast cancer has metastasized to the lung and the cancer started in the breast and now it's moved to the lung. So when people talk about that, they'll say the first cancer or the primary cancer. So common metastatic sites are lymph nodes, bone, lungs and brain. So in other words, if a person has cancer and they're going to get a secondary cancer... in other words, it's going to move somewhere else in the body, it usually goes to the lymph nodes, bone, lungs and brain. And actually, when you think about cancer, I used to tell my students, cancer is just cells that are not growing normally anymore, cells growing a certain way. But when they're not growing normally, they mutate. So let's say if for example, you say your cell is a circle and then it's reproducing itself. But then all of a sudden, one produces it as a square. Okay well, it doesn't line up and work with the other cells because it's a square. So... and that's fine. That would be you know, benign cancer. But when all of those square cells start deciding to reproduce themselves instead of making circle squares... circles, they're making squares... then that's cancer. And then once those cancer cells learn how to do that, they start teaching other cells how to do that and that's how it spreads. So if a person has metastatic cancer, both sites need to be coded. When there's documentation for a primary or a secondary cancer but the site is not indicated, you use this magic little default code for cancer which is 199.1. And that code indicates that there is another cancer, whether primary or secondary but you don't know what it is. And you'll see terminology like that that will state you know, metastatic cancer to the lung. Okay well that means that's a second cancer, moved to the lung. But where did it come from? I don't know. I don't have any documentation on that. So it would be 199.1. And if you reverse that and say you know, she has breast cancer and it has metastasized. Okay so you can code the breast cancer. Where did it go? I don't know. There's no documentation. 199.1 takes care of that. So that's your default code when you don't know and it works for primary or secondary. So if we scroll down a little bit more... so plain English, use this code for malignant neoplasms of an unspecified site, both primary and secondary. It goes both ways. So what is benign? The term benign refers to a condition that's a tumor or growth that is not cancer. So you got all those little circle cells and all of a sudden, they may...you've got like 3 square cells. Well, they're not doing anything but you know, they may go ahead and remove it and check and make sure it's not trying to replicate itself. But if it doesn't then it's considered benign. It's a tumor, it may be something that someone doesn't want or causes problems. That's another thing. Just because it's benign doesn't mean it's going to cause problems. It just means that it's not going to spread someplace. But it can still bother other tissue. So in general, benign tumor grows slowly and is not harmful. However, in some cases, you have benign tumors that grow big enough to be found near blood vessels or in the brain or the nerve or different organs that need to be removed because they're causing a problem... because there cells don't need to be there or their size is hindering some function of that organ. They're not metastatic. They're not trying to teach other little cells to be like them. They are just in the way, more or less, so they'll be removed. That's the difference between benign and malignant. You want to make sure you know whether it's benign or malignant. And most physicians are very good about documentation and they'll say benign tumor of the breast or malignant mass in the lung. You know, so... but you can't code one way or the other unless you have a definitive diagnosis. So you need to make sure you find out from your provider which one it is. Click here to get more ICD 9 coding tutorial, CPC exam tips, medical coding training, and ceu credits. http://www.cco.us/cco-monthly-newsletter http://youtu.be/hljwtuOvOs8
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Lung Cancer Biopsy
 
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Healthwatch: Shorter Timespan Between Lung Cancer Diagnosis to Treatment
 
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Aurora BayCare Medical Center's Multidisciplinary Lung Cancer Clinic gives newly diagnosed Lung Cancer patients the opportunity to bring family members to one appointment where all specialists will be present and a care plan developed.
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How to Code Anemia Due to Neoplasm in ICD-10 (Coding Tip by PPS Plus) - May 2017
 
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Conquer your coding & OASIS challenges with the best home health tips on YouTube: http://ppsplus.com. Join PPS Plus's Assistant Director of Coding & OASIS Review, Victoria Jones, as she walks you through coding a patient with anemia due to neoplasm. ************************************ Don’t compromise your OASIS. Let’s analyze it! http://bit.ly/OASISAnalysisPlus ************************************ More coding tips for nurses delivered right to your inbox: http://bit.ly/ppsplusnewswire Let’s Connect & Chat it Up! ************************** Website: http://ppsplus.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ppsplus Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppsplus Google +: https://plus.google.com/+Ppsplus/posts LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pps-plus-software RSS: http://ppsplus.com/news/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ppsplus/ Video Notes: --------------------------- 0:12 - Scenario 1 0:31 - See it Coded! 0:59 - Rationale Copy and paste this tip into a Word document for future reference: Scenario 1: A patient has been discharged from the hospital with the diagnosis of anemia due to right kidney cancer. The patient is being admitted to home health for administration of IV medications to treat the anemia in the home. The kidney was previously removed; however, the cancer is also still being actively treated. Coded: M1021 a. Malignant neoplasm of right kidney: C64.1 M1023 b. Anemia in neoplastic disease: D63.0 M1023 c. Encounter for adjustment and management of vascular access device: Z45.2 M1023 d. Acquired absence of kidney: Z90.5 Rationale: The primary focus of home health will be the anemia; however, coding guidelines instruct that if the anemia is due to cancer, the specific neoplasm should be coded first. This is followed by the anemia. Because the patient will be receiving IV therapy in the home, attention to the VAD is coded next. Lastly this is followed by the status of the removed kidney as this will likely impact the patient’s POC. ************************************ More about Our Company: http://ppsplus.com/about-us/ Master ICD-10 coding and all home health topics: http://ppsplus.com/what-we-do/education/ PPS Plus is headquartered in Biloxi, Mississippi. ************************************ PPS Plus provides the perfect solution for maximizing your reimbursement potential, growing your business and providing your patients with better care. We provide OASIS analysis software, benchmarking software, coding & OASIS review services, as well as online and on-site education and consulting services. ************************************ Do you have a tough coding scenario? Tell us about it in the comment box below, and you might just see your scenario in one of our upcoming YouTube videos! Take the tour! Explore our website to discover what makes us the BEST choice for your home health agency's BIGGEST challenges: http://www.ppsplus.com Start speeding up your OASIS analysis today: http://ppsplus.com/what-we-do/software/
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Health Center Management System | FREE PHP FINAL PROJECT | With Source Code
 
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""For project Source Code, Final report and presentation ppt file do subscribe comment like share this video!""---------------- Project Name : Health Center Management System (Free Download) Technology Implemented : Apache Server Language Used : PHP 5.62 (Developed in Core PHP) Database : My SQL User Interface Design : HTML, AJAX,JQUERY,JAVASCRIPT Web Browser : Mozilla, Google Chrome, IE8,OPERA Software : XAMPP Server ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Open phpmyadmin Create Database hms. Import database hms.sql Open Your browser put inside browser “localhost/hospital/” Login Details To Login as admin put inside browser “localhost/healthcenter” Login Details for admin : admin/tasmir Login Details for Patient: hasan@gmail.com/123456 Login Details for Doctor: hosne@gmail.com/123456789 DOWNLOAD FULL PROJECT: 1.code: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XP1q5a_8t5jpXK-ZsO7qh9933oV0kkc7 2.Final report: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cDhby3KLFgGiW6pFwYtzHwxU6FixEeNC For any help : hosnemubarak.tasmir@gmail.com
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Learn about Proton Therapy with Radiation Oncologist Brian Collins, MD
 
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Dr. Brian Collins is the medical director of Radiation Oncology at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and clinical director of the new MedStar Georgetown University Hospital Proton Therapy Center. Our proton therapy center is the first in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and is the only center in the world with new HYPERSCAN™ technology that ensures pinpoint accuracy with no damaging exit dose of radiation to healthy tissue or critical organs. Click “show more” below to see all of the questions Dr. Collins answers. Clicking on the time code will take you directly to Dr. Collins’s answer. For more information about proton therapy call 202-444-4639 or visit medstargeorgetown.org/ProtonTherapy :00-2:00- Meet Dr. Brian Collins 2:05 Why did you choose radiation oncology as your specialty? 2:39 What’s the difference between a photon and a proton? 3:08 What does a proton have to do with eliminating a tumor? 3:35 What is HYPERSCAN™ and why is it important? 4:06 Is proton therapy with HYPERSCAN™ better than traditional proton therapy? 4:16 What types of tumors does proton therapy treat? 4:41 Why is it important that proton therapy has no exit dose? 5:08 What are the advantages of using proton therapy to treat brain tumors? 5:30 Why use protons for gastrointestinal (GI) cancers? 5:49 Why is proton therapy good for lung or chest cancers? 6:14 When do you use proton therapy for pediatric tumors? 6:46 Are there certain pediatric cancers that can be cured with proton therapy? 7:13 How do I know if proton therapy is right for me? 7:41 Why would I want proton therapy with HYPERSCAN™ versus another type of proton therapy? 8:00 What is the difference between photons and protons when it comes to treatment for brain cancer? 8:22 Is proton therapy used for prostate cancer? 8:40 When is proton therapy a good option for breast cancer? 9:00 What is it like to be a patient receiving proton therapy? 9:38 How many proton therapy treatments do people usually receive? 9:55 What sets MedStar Georgetown apart from other radiation oncology programs? 10:12 What excites you about proton therapy and being able to offer it to your patients? 10:27 How are photons different from protons in their ability to avoid secondary cancers? 10:49 Will proton therapy eventually replace conventional photon treatment?
Lung Cancer Awareness, get the word out
 
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Lung Cancer Facts: http://www.nationallungcancerpartnership.org/index.cfm?page=lung_cancer_facts_US http://www.cancer.org/docroot/CRI/content/CRI_2_2_1x_How_Many_People_Get_Small_Cell_Lung_Cancer.asp http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8893051/ YOUTUBE: THE USE OF ANY COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL IS USED UNDER THE GUIDELINES OF "FAIR USE" IN TITLE 17 § 107 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE. SUCH MATERIAL REMAINS THE COPYRIGHT OF THE ORIGINAL HOLDER AND IS USED HERE FOR THE PURPOSES OF EDUCATION, COMPARISON, AND CRITICISM ONLY
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How to Code a Complicated Amputation in ICD-10 (Coding Tip by PPS Plus) - Apr 2016
 
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Conquer your coding & OASIS challenges with the best home health tips on YouTube: http://ppsplus.com. Join PPS Plus's Assistant Director of Coding & OASIS Review Services, Victoria Jones, and she provides guidance for coding a complicated amputation in ICD-10. Victoria will provide a patient scenario, show you how to code it, then provide a rationale. ************************************ Don’t compromise your OASIS. Let’s analyze it! http://bit.ly/OASISAnalysisPlus ************************************ More coding tips for nurses delivered right to your inbox: http://bit.ly/ppsplusnewswire Let’s Connect & Chat it Up! ************************** Website: http://ppsplus.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ppsplus Twitter: https://twitter.com/ppsplus Google +: https://plus.google.com/+Ppsplus/posts LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pps-plus-software RSS: http://ppsplus.com/news/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ppsplus/ Video Notes: --------------------------- 0:15 Scenario 0:50 See it coded 1:28 Rationale Copy and paste this tip into Word for future reference: SCENARIO Complicated Amputation An 88 year old man had a left BKA for diabetic PVD. Wound was healing normally upon return home and was coded as such. Two weeks post-op he fell getting out of bed and a small area of the wound dehisced. After a couple of days the wound began to have purulent drainage and patient developed fever which the nurse reported to the MD. Patient was readmitted to the hospital and is being discharged home on antibiotics via PICC and wet to dry dressing changes. ANSWER M1020a – Dehiscence of amputation stump – T87.81 M1022b – Infection of left lower extremity amputation stump – T87.44 M1022c – Type 2 diabetes mellitus with diabetic peripheral angiopathy without gangrene – E11.51 M1022d – Fitting and adjustment of vascular catheter – Z45.2 M1022e – Long term use of Antibiotics – Z79.2 Rationale: Complications of planned amputations have their own codes and since one code does not cover both the dehiscence and the infection, both T87.81 and T87.4- codes are necessary. Diabetes with the PVD was the causal factor for the amputation and should be coded as both have the potential for aggravating the patient’s condition even further. Usually IV antibiotics administered for the treatment of the infection is a long-term regimen and is coded as is the route since the clinician will be doing PICC line care. ************************************ More about Our Company: http://ppsplus.com/about-us/ Master ICD-10 coding and all home health topics: http://ppsplus.com/what-we-do/education/ PPS Plus is headquartered in Biloxi, Mississippi. PPS Plus provides the perfect solution for maximizing your reimbursement potential, growing your business and providing your patients with better care. We provide OASIS analysis software, benchmarking software, coding & OASIS review services, as well as online and on-site education and consulting services. ************************************ Do you have a tough coding scenario? Tell us about it in the comment box below, and you might just see your scenario in one of our upcoming YouTube videos! Take the tour! Explore our website to discover what makes us the BEST choice for your home health agency's BIGGEST challenges: http://www.ppsplus.com Start speeding up your OASIS analysis today: http://ppsplus.com/what-we-do/software/
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Julie MacGregor, Cancer Registrar, HealthAlliance Hospital
 
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During National Cancer Registrar Week we would like to acknowledge Julie for her hard work compiling data and reporting it to the state, as well as her managing the standards of the Commission on Cancer. Thank you Julie!
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Detection of Lung Cancer using Sputum Image Segmentation
 
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Lung cancer is acknowledged to be the fundamental driver of disease passing worldwide, and it is difficult to detect in its early stages because symptoms appear only in the advanced stages causing the mortality rate to be the highest among all other types of cancer. The early detection of cancer can be helpful in curing disease completely. This research paper summarizes various reviews and technical articles on Lung cancer detection using the data mining techniques to enhance the Lung cancer diagnosis and prognosis and also deals with K Means image segmentation technique in MATLAB. With the help of different aspects of Nuclei of sputum images, such as size, shape, and area , Lung cancer can be detected by it. This report includes the survey of different techniques such as threshold classifier, a Bayesian classification , Fuzzy C Means and propose a method which uses the concept of k means algorithm. K Means algorithm is used to segment the sputum image into Nuclei,Cytoplasm and Debris Cells.
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How Can Precision Medicine Improve Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment? | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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How can patients benefit from the latest research in precision medicine? Barrett Rollins, MD, PhD, and David Jackman, MD, discuss recent improvements in cancer treatment thanks to precision medicine research. Rollins is chief scientific officer at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Linde Family Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Jackman is a medical oncologist with Dana-Farber's Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology and assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. This video is an excerpt from a live video webchat on precision medicine and lung cancer. Watch the full webchat video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m9Al1f6k2w For more information on precision cancer medicine, visit: http://www.precisioncancermedicine.org.
Patient Education: Minimally Invasive Biopsy Technology
 
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Thoracic surgeons at The Valley Hospital Lung Cancer Center offer a new minimally invasive procedure for the detection and diagnosis of early-stage lung cancer. The superDimension® lung navigation system enables surgeons to reach previously inaccessible lesions deep in the lungs without the need for high-risk invasive procedures.
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Natural Language Processing in Diagnosis of Lung Cancer
 
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Melissa Johnson, MD, associate director, Lung Cancer Research, Sarah Cannon Research Institute, discusses the use of natural language processing in the diagnosis of lung cancer.
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Transthoracic Needle Biopsy
 
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A transthoracic needle biopsy, or TNB, may be performed for asthma, lung cancer, pneumonia and chest injury patients. In a TNB, a needle is used to obtain a small sample of fluid or tissue in or near the lungs for diagnostic purposes.
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Medical Coding Training — Chemotherapy Coding
 
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Medical Coding Training — Chemotherapy Coding http://www.cco.us/cco-yt Alicia: Oh, chemotherapy coding. How exciting. They actually had a question, I think, if you click on that first, I think there was... I'm having trouble with the sample test question. Okay, it says, "Dr. Aaron, an oncologist completed a consult for Sarah who has metastatic malignant melanoma in the anterior stomach wall. At this time, the primary site is unknown and the testing will continue during treatment. Today, Sarah started chemotherapy. Treatments with what diagnosis code would Dr. Aaron report for today's treatment?" Okay, scroll down. The answer key is stating the correct answer is D. My questioner... "Confusing is when I see the coding guideline note under V58.11 where it states 'patient's admission is solely for the administration of chemotherapy, assign V58.00' which, by the way, that's not correct. 'Encounter for radiation therapy or V58.11, etc.' Therefore, I would not have chosen D because Sarah is starting chemotherapy treatments on this visit. There was no mention of radiation. I chose A because the coding guideline note. How do I see this clear. Okay so what I did was I broke it down. There's... when you go to that section with the V codes for chemotherapy, there's 3 main types of treatment that you're getting for your cancer when they come in. The V codes is... if they're getting radiation which is V58.0, that's where the person who asked the question made the error. V58.0 is actually for radiation therapy, not chemotherapy. And then V58.11 is the encounter for antineoplastic chemotherapy and then V58.12 is the encounter for antineoplastic immunotherapy. So this code will be used first for every encounter, followed by the cancer code. I'll have to scroll down. Even if the patient has a complication from the chemo in the guidelines state that the V codes go first. So when you read the guidelines that are around these codes, it tells you that the V code goes first followed by cancer diagnosis then what the patient is suffering from. It's common for when the person has chemotherapy for them to get nausea and vomiting and dehydrated after their chemotherapy. So when a patient is admitted for chemotherapy and then develops one of these complications, you still code the therapy first. So keep that in mind. Your V codes are always going to go first. So we have an example where a patient who's admitted for chemotherapy, for plasma cell leukemia. It's going to be V58.11 because they're getting chemotherapy, not radiation or that immunotherapy and their cancer's coded 203.10. Now our next person, Betty, was admitted for chemotherapy for giant cell leukemia and after her treatment was finished, she developed nausea and vomiting that was not relieved. So she was treated for the nausea and vomiting. So for that encounter, you're going to still do the V58.11. Even though she had the nausea and vomiting, it's still V58.11. The cancer's 207.20 and then the nausea and vomiting is 787.01. So there's no reason ever not to put that V code first. Now some people don't know what these terms were so I pulled these off from Find the Code that has the definitions of them. Antineoplastic... what that just means is that they're giving you... that's a medication that's used to take care of the malignant cells. And then the chemotherapy, the definition for that is... oh, it's on the next page of it because it was so big. The treatment of disease by chemical agents originally applied to use of chemicals that affected the caustic organism unfavorably but do not harm the patient. And of course, they usually just say chemo. You won't see chemotherapy but it is a therapy that they're doing. So if you go back to his question... oh no, are we able to go back? He's... if you just eyeball that real quick, she got chemotherapy. So it would be V58.11 because we know that chemotherapy is what they got and that's the code, V58.11 and it goes first. Get more medical coding training, medical coding tips, medical coding certification, and free medical coding webinars at http://www.cco.us/cco-yt http://youtu.be/H26mQjj7vYY
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13:55 - Computer Aided Diagnosis
 
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13:55 - Computer Aided Diagnosis
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2 Abstracting
 
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An abstract is a record that contains information about each patient from the time of diagnosis and continuing throughout his or her life. The abstract includes patient data about demographics, diagnostic studies, cancer staging, treatment, and follow-up. When they create and update abstracts, cancer registrars must follow abstracting rules set by their individual state central registries. Hospitals that are accredited through the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (ACoS/CoC) also follow ACoS/CoC abstracting rules and standards. Cancer registries transmit abstract data to their state’s cancer registry and, if the facility is ACoS/CoC-accredited, to the National Cancer Data Base (NCDB).
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How big is a 2 cm tumor ? |Find Health Questions
 
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Medical Coding ICD-9 Coding History Codes and Cancer
 
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http://www.cco.us/cco-yt Medical Coding ICD-9 Coding History Codes and Cancer Get more cpc exam tips, coding certification training and ceu credits. Go to http://www.codingcertification.org History Codes and Cancer. Yes, I like this because this is something that it seems like every student asks about so I've explained it so many times I just wait for them to ask. Someone asked via the last session I believe on V58.11 or V10.3 had seen it on commentator on Amazon pointed out that one cannot code these two codes together and then they had looked up both codes and can't see why they can't be coded together. Well, this is real easy, Marty is the one that had asked us. It is true you cannot code these two codes together because when you look up V10.3 and you read the guidelines of the history code it states for example: a code for breast cancer cannot be used a history of breast cancer if the person is getting treatment for breast cancer. Therefore if you are going to use V10.3 that means its a history, they had breast cancer they are no longer getting treatment, unlike V58.11 which is a chemotherapy code. and treatment for their cancer and therefore a history code is not applicable keep that in mind, and even on your code books its a good idea to write treatment for their cancer. Good idea to write maybe next to your history code "no longer getting treatment. I believe that even if primary and secondary cancer, lets say your patient had breast cancer, is no longer getting treatment for that breast cancer they had that ten years ago and then a year ago they found they have lung cancer, that is a secondary cancer to the breast cancer and you no longer can use the history code. Isn't that right Laureen? (Laureen: Yes) So, if you are getting treatment for any cancer after or during the time that you have cancer, history code does not apply. So make sure you make a note right next to your V code on that. Laureen: Alright, thank you. Get more cpc exam tips, coding certification training and ceu credits. Go to http://www.codingcertification.org http://youtu.be/-pUFdyVUODc
Mayo Clinic Minute: Drug Combo for Lung Cancer
 
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In a laboratory setting, Mayo Clinic researchers have found that a combination of a drug used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and an experimental agent shut down a common and aggressive type of lung cancer. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, reporter Vivien Williams talks to Dr. Alan Fields about the new drug combo and what it may mean for patients. More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network http://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/
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The Sopranos - Johnny Sack Story
 
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Johnny Sack suffering from stage 4 cancer, tells a story about deceased New York Boss Carmine Lupertazzi.
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Oncology Coding Question  — Proper Way to Code Infusion of Herceptin
 
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Oncology Coding Question — Proper Way to Code Infusion of Herceptin http://www.cco.us/cco-yt One of the students that we have right now actually posted this on the forum. The forum that we have is a great place for you guys to post some questions that we pull for the webinar. There's professionals on there as well as students so your question will benefit other people. She said, "I need clarification on the proper way to code for infusion of a drug Herceptin, J3955, 96413 which are CPT codes for 1 hour and 30 minutes of infusion. The diagnosis is breast cancer and the scenario is: "The reason for the encounter is for infusion of the Herceptin drug for a one-time visit." The second scenario, the reason for the encounter is for the infusion of the Herceptin drug for a series of visits. So you have the same thing going on, the difference is you've got a one-time visit and you've got a series of visits. So should the diagnosis be and those V codes, the V58.11 is actually a code for coming in often? The 174.9 is the cancer code, if you didn't know. So if you can eyeball that, what do you think? What would you say would be the code if you didn't really know the answer, you're just going to give it the old hairy eyeball? Laureen: The poll's going on and I'm just going to go to the next slide where I actually have the code definitions. Boyd: Okay, let's see... we've got... over half voted so far. A little slower on this. People are thinking about it. Alicia: Doesn't help if you don't have your code books in front of you. Boyd: So I'm going to close the poll in a few seconds here. Laureen: Yes so V58.11 is encounter for anti-neoplastic chemo, the 174.9 is the unspecified breast cancer and the V58.69 is long-term current use of other medications. Boyd: Okay, I'm going to close it. Alicia: I didn't think to have that put up there. That's a good idea. We should have thought of that. Boyd: Okay, closing the poll here in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Laureen: Alright, let's see what they said. Alicia: Interesting. Laureen: Okay. So 34% said A, 23% said B, and 44% said C. So let's see what Alicia says. Alicia: Well, I can tell you, I understand what the thought process was behind putting the cancer code first. But in actuality, the patient is not coming in for the cancer. They're coming to their visit to have an infusion. So that's going to be your first code. So that should have been a heads up to not put the cancert code first. So here we go. We've got an IV infusion of chemotherapy which is that's what the medication that we gave you was for one hour and 30 minutes. Now your CPT codes are going to be your 96413 for the first hour and then the 96415 is actually an add on code and that's for the remaining 30 minutes. Now you want to make sure that your documentation is going to support 1 hour and 30 minutes and not any less than that or you won't be able to use that add on code. Okay now your diagnosis, the answer is V58.11 and the cancer code 174.9. And the rationale behind that is... I may have to scroll down just a tad bit on my screen, I think. Okay, here we go. First of all, that Herceptin is a monoclonal antibody and is also classified as an atinoplasty. If the patient is encountering medical services for the purposes of the receiving this chemotherapy, you're always going to use the V58.11 first and then the actual cancer diagnosis. So when you come to a question like this on your board exam then that's what you're thinking, they're not there for the cancer. They're for the infusion of the chemotherapy. That's why it's the first listed diagnosis. Okay so now you go on to say, I will not use the V58.69 as it's more... actually intended for a long term use of medications. I think, at the top of my head, long-term insulin use is like V58.6, maybe 7, something like that. So think of it like that. Generally administered by the patient, but not always. So this is not being doing. This is actually being done at a facility so you're going to use... that's not the reason why it's a separate code. But that's why V58.6 isn't the proper code. So your V58.11, more closely describes what's going on at the moment. You do not put the 174.9 in the front of the V58.11. They're not there for the breast cancer. They're there for the chemotherapy. Now what's going to help you is if you always think about the reason why the insurance company would be paying for that moment in time. Another thing, chemotherapy is most likely always going to be a series of treatments. So you would still use the V58.11 for every encounter of the chemotherapy throughout the series of treatments. Okay? Get more medical coding training, medical coding tutorial, medical coding tips, medical coding certification and free medical coding webinars at http://www.cco.us/cco-yt http://youtu.be/P6DNOo774DM
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What is metastatic skin cancer ? |Health Forum
 
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Metastatic skin lesions originate from melanoma, breast, lung, colon, and various other types of cancer. Melanoma is the sixth most we present a case of an aggressive metastatic keratoacanthoma in healthy caucasian male with no prior history skin cancer or trauma to area mouse tumors that mimic genetic heterogeneity human cancers can aid our model, metastasis occurred at different points during tumor are arise from. The liver, lungs, bones and brain are most often affected by these metastases skin metastasis also occur from a cancer, usually melanoma. The stage of skin cancer is one the most important factors in oncologist oslo university hospital. Metastasis in melanoma ncbi nih. It is the most common form of cutaneous metastasis in women 28, melanoma rarest and dangerous type skin cancer. Metastatic melanoma md anderson cancer centercancer research uk. The cells that have spread to the skin are 9, because of early detection and decreased metastatic potential, non melanoma cancer is often effectively treated cured with only 28, authors reviewed pros cons radiofrequency ablation (rfa) in treatment has other parts body 6, a serious form develops (melanocytes) make our color. Ctca cancer stages of skin what are the stages? Metastatic patterns (non melanoma) oncolex. Dermatologic manifestations of metastatic carcinomas overview treatment melanoma skin cancer, by stage. When cancer cells do this, it's called metastasis (pronounced 6, defines metastatic and describes the process of. Icd 10 cm diagnosis code c79. Out about tumour, node and metastasis (tnm) staging treatment for melanoma skin cancer until just this year, only two drugs were approved by the us food drug administration of advanced (stage iv) metastatic lymphoscintigraphy is a technique mapping lymphatic pathway to track whether cells have metastasized from primary tumor learn staging, early detection, side effects, prevention, melanoma, see pictures form. Metastatic skin cancer presenting as ptosis and diplopia total evolution of metastasis revealed by mutational landscapes wikipedia. The original or 'primary' melanoma produces metastases 'secondary' growths in 19, see cutaneous clues to diagnosing metastatic cancer, a critical images slideshow, help identify various skin lesions that are cause for 20, treatment of by stage internal organs sometimes removed, depending on how many there are, 4, cancer cells the can travel bone and grow. They are due to the development of abnormal even then, metastasis rate is quite low, with exception scc lip, ear, and in people who immunosuppressed. Metastasis can occur on the american cancer society predicted that 59,940 new cases of melanoma occurred patients have metastases to distant skin or subcutanesous sites secondary breast cancers sometimes form just below. Symptoms of metastatic melanoma depend on where the cancer has spread melanoma, also known as stage iv is used when cells any kind (cutaneous, mucosal or ocular) have through lymph nodes to distant sites in body and body's organs. Watch for these advanced melanoma warning signs metastatic cancer to skin dovemed. Metastatic melanoma causes, symptoms, and treatment webmd skin cancer metastatic url? Q webcache. 21, skin cancer that has spread to other places in your body is called metastatic, or advanced, melanoma cutaneous (skin) metastasis occurs when cells from a cancer in the body spread to the skin. Googleusercontent search. Discover what 10, melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer and stage 4 also known as advanced or metastatic its most phase 30, a condition where cancers originating from various parts body spread to. Metastatic skin cancer facts find disease information heremelanoma research foundation. Secondary breast cancer that has spread to the skin (skin metastases). Includes information melanoma, bone, brain, liver, lung, skin, muscle get the symptoms & signs of metastatic melanoma. 2017 icd 10 cm diagnosis code c79. Metastatic melanoma occurs when the cancer spreads from tumor to other parts of your body. Skin cancer infographic making an educated treatment decision begins with the stage, or progression, of disease. If you have basal or squamous skin cancer. Melanoma are this be from a primary skin cancer, or cancer at distant siteadenocarcinoma metastatic to skin; Cancer phase ii trial studies how well pembrolizumab works in treating patients with that has spread where it started nearby tissue, lymph nodes. All about non melanoma skin cancers radiofrequency ablation as an alternate therapy option in metastatic treatment; Advanced or uptodate. To read the complete set infographic melanoma and non skin cancers. Metastatic melanoma causes, symptoms, and treatment webmd. Treatment of metastatic melanoma the skin cancer foundationmelanoma symptoms, stages & medicinenet. Metastatic melanoma treatment and symptoms. Metastatic skin cancer facts find disease information here. Metastatic skin cancer american osteopathic college of metastatic m
Android Smart Health Prediction
 
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Get this project at http://nevonprojects.com/smart-health-consulting-android-system/ System provides an automated health consulting system along with disease prediction and doctor suggestion
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Latest news -  Mom Ami Brown in Tears with Husband Billy Following Lung Cancer Diagnosis
 
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Profile: Cancer Genetic Research and Treatment | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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The Profile research study is creating one of the largest databases of genetic abnormalities in cancer. More than 15,000 tumor samples have been genetically sequenced and the results are beginning to shed more light on just what makes certain cancers tick. In this video, scientists show how genetic testing in cancer happens -- from tumor sample collection to data analysis -- and talk about the promise that the technology holds for cancer research and care. More information about Profile — a collaboration between Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Brigham and Women's Hospital and Boston Children's Hospital — is at Http://www.dana-farber.org/Profile. Transcription: Speaker 1: Just dropping off some specimens. Speaker 2: Thank you. Reporter: It’s here in the pathology lab where tumor samples are brought in for testing. The samples are from cancer patients who have consented to be part of the Profile Project, a large research study to help speed the development of personalized cancer care with precision treatments. Dr. William Hahn is the deputy chief scientific officer at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. He helps lead the joint project with Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Hahn: We’re really excited about it, because it really represents our first foray into using molecular techniques to understand cancers, rather than anatomical criteria, and that means that all of the knowledge we’ve learned over the last 30 or 40 years about what makes cancers tick, we can now try to get at the basis of that within the DNA of a tumor. Reporter: To get the DNA, technologists isolate a sample from the tumor, and then it’s put on a slide to be checked by pathologists for quality. Dr. Neil Lindeman is the direct of the Center for Advanced Molecular Diagnostics at Brigham and Women’s Hospital where the tumor samples are then processed. Dr. Lindeman: What we’re trying to do is we’re trying to understand the genetic causes of cancers—what genes specifically are causing what cancer and how it behaves in each patient, one at at a time. And we’re using a very sophisticated and high-throughput technology that enables us to test for a lot of different changes—hundreds at once—in a lot of different patients. Reporter: That sophisticated technology allows scientists to scan tumor DNA for cancer-related abnormalities in more than 300 genes. Dr. Lindeman: This is the instrument that we use to fragment DNA… Reporter: One of the first steps in the process is breaking up the DNA into small fragments using a sonicator. Dr. Lindeman: To the principle of sonication is sound waves—ultrasound—setting up vibrations that sheer the DNA, and by tuning the sonicator to the right frequency, you can generate fragments that are roughly equal size. Reporter: Those DNA fragments are then placed into a sequencer, which uses light signals and a computer to read each letter of the DNA code and look for cancer-related changes. Dr. Hahn: What modern sequencers do is instead of doing this in a one-base-at-a-time linear manner, they sequence thousands or hundreds of thousands of pieces of DNA in a parallel manner, and then we reassemble all of that data to come up with the overall sequence. So, one way to think about this is instead of doing things one after another after another, we’re doing a million processes all at once and then taking that data and combining it at the end. Reporter: With the sequencing complete, the data are interpreted by a team of cancer investigators. The goal is to identify the specific cause of the patient’s cancer and then determine which treatment will be the most effective. Now that the project has logged more than 5,000 tumor profiles, researchers are starting to look for leads to new cancer discoveries. Dr. Lindeman: Well, I’d like to see this being done for everybody routinely continuing, and I’d like to see this transition from being a research project to a clinical project. I think results should be available in the medical record, and physicians taking care of patients should be able to see these results and act on them. Dr. Hahn: So, in the past, when we’ve looked at cancers using the best tools that we had, it was largely looking at a black box. We could discern the edges and feel a little bit about what it was that cancer might be, but we had know way of comprehensively interrogating exactly what makes up cancer. This is the first step to being able to take away that black box and really understand what it is that makes a cancer tick.
Doctors Brace for 70,000 Different Insurance Codes
 
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Under a new system, the number of diagnostic codes doctors must use to get paid is expanding from 14,000 to 70,000, including codes for ailments such as "underdosing of caffeine." WSJ's Melinda Beck reports. Photo: Getty Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy Visit the WSJ channel for more video: https://www.youtube.com/wsjdigitalnet... More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://online.wsj.com/home-page Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Follow WSJ on Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/wall-str
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Lung Biopsy TNB
 
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Lung Biopsy Check For Diseases: Lung Cancer Pneumonia Asthma COPD Injury to the Lungs
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Liquid bone that flows like toothpaste and cancer diagnosis at the speed of light are just some of t
 
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(8 Dec 2008) HEADLINE:Expo showcases medical advances CAPTION:Liquid bone that flows like toothpaste and cancer diagnosis at the speed of light are just some of the latest innovations expected to revolutionize medical treatment. (Dec. 3) [Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] NB. THIS IS A VOICEOVER TRANSCRIPT, NOT A FULL SHOT LIST. Inventors in the UK are shining a new light on innovative medicine. Literally. From blue light plaque detectors to optical scanners that can detect cancerous tissue, the advances on display here could one day change the way disease is diagnosed. For breast cancer patients, this device could be a life saver. By enabling surgeons to scan the lymph nodes for signs of cancer, it allows for more accurate detection of spreading cancer cells. [Notes:Mohammed Keshtgar, Consultant Surgical Oncologist, Royal Free Hospital London] "WE HAVE DESIGNED AND DEVELOPED THIS OPTICAL SCANNER THAT ACTUALLY SCANS THE WHOLE SURFACE OF THE LYMPH GLAND AND THE SIGNAL WE GET FROM CANCER IS DIFFERENT FROM THE SIGNAL WE GET FROM NON-CANCER. IF I GET THAT INFORMATION IN THE OPERATING ROOM THEN I CAN DESIGN MY SURGERY AND THOSE PATIENTS WHO HAVE GOT A PROBLEM IN THEIR LYMPH GLANDS I CAN MAKE A MORE EXTENSIVE OPERATION AND SAVE THOSE PATIENTS WHO DO NOT REQUIRE IT". Another innovation could help reduce the invasive surgery required for bone grafts. [Notes:SOT: Professor Kevin Shakesheff, University of Nottingham. B-Roll of demonstratioon will cover lengthy sot] " WE COUPLE THE TWO SYRINGES TOGETHER AND THEN WE ADD THE LIQUID INTO THE POWDER. OK? SO THE NEXT STAGE THEN IS TO ADD THE NEEDLE WHICH YOU'RE GOING TO INJECT INTO THE BODY WITH, AND AT THAT STAGE WE ARE READY TO INJECT INTO A CAVITY. HERE WE HAVE SOMETHING THAT LOOKS LIKE FOAM AND WE CAN INJECT IT IN". "THE MATERIAL WILL HARDEN SPONTANEOUSLY AT BODY TEMPERATURE AND OVER A PERIOD OF ABOUT FIFTEEN MINUTES IT WILL CONVERT FROM THIS TOOTHPASTE FOAM-LIKE MATERIAL INTO A VERY HARD MATERIAL, WHICH IS AS HARD AS HUMAN BONE. NOW AT THAT STAGE NEW BONE TISSUE AND NEW STEM CELLS WILL MIGRATE INTO THAT SITE AND THE POLYMER IS BIODEGRADABLE SO OVER A SIX MONTH PERIOD THE POLYMER WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE BODY AND THE SITE WILL BE COMPLETELY REGENERATED WITH HEALTHY FUNCTIONAL BONE TISSUE". Not all the devices on show are intended for the operating room. This device uses blue light to reveal hidden plaque on teeth. Specially coated glasses are required to have the plaque show up in red. But its inventors hope to eliminate the need for glasses by incorporating filters into bathroom mirrors. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6e3779af6a8b32564a905dd344f5fb81 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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bronchial biopsy
 
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fiberoptic bronchoscopy with bronchial biopsies and BAL. Patient with lung cancer
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CBS19 Healthwise - New Lung Procedure Helps Save Lives
 
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With lung cancer rates climbing, doctors are constantly looking for ways to curb rising statistics. Now there's new technology in Charlottesville to help patients with early detection and treatment. Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy is a new lung procedure that's saving lives in Charlottesville.
Top Documentary Films: Curing Cancer Full Film
 
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CLICK HERE - http://activeterium.com/1DCR - FOR MORE FREE DOCUMENTARIES Top Documentary Films: Curing Cancer Full Film Getting diagnosed with cancer is a very scary thing. Even though treatment for the disease has come a long way in the last 50 years, it is still one of the deadliest diseases humans face. One of the first choices they have to make is how they want to treat it when patients are diagnosed of cancer. They work with their doctors to determine the best way to beat the disease. Here is a guide to cancer treatments such as breast, lung and prostate cancer treatment. Chemotherapy Chemotherapy is one of the most important medical developments of the last century. It is one of the most popular lung, bone and prostate cancer treatments. During these treatments, patients are hooked up to an IV that delivers poisonous chemicals into their bloodstreams. This poison will hopefully cure the disease by killing the cancer cells with its toxicity. That same poison also kills healthy cells in patients. That is why patients receiving chemotherapy get so sick, lose their hair and feel pain while they are undergoing treatment. Radiation Therapy Radiation therapy works on the same basic principle as chemotherapy. It uses a harmful thing, in this case radiation, in the hopes of killing the tumor without harming the patient too greatly. Doctors use radiation-emitting devices to target radiation directly at the spot where the tumor is. The radiation will kill the cancer cells, but it also will kill healthy cells. This leads to many of the same horrible side effects that chemotherapy patients suffer, including vomiting, lack of energy and weakness. Also, radiation can only be used if the disease is localized to one area of the body. Radiation therapy is ineffective to cure cancer if it has spread at all. Surgery This is another popular form of treatment. It is a good option when the patient has a tumor that has not spread beyond one area of the body. Doctors cut into the body to remove the tumor. This procedure carries the risks that all surgeries do, but it does not lead to the horrible side effects that chemotherapy and radiation therapy cause. Treatment with Nutrition Cancer can both be prevented and treated with a healthy diet. There are substances in many foods called antioxidants. These antioxidants are very effective at eliminating rogue cells in the body. Rogue cells are abnormal cells that do not belong in the body, which includes cancer cells. There are many foods that are very high in antioxidants. These foods include blueberries, pomegranates, beans, cranberries, blackberries, apples, pecans, strawberries and prunes. Though they can't always cure cancer, they almost always help in the fight to beat the affliction. These antioxidant-laden foods should be consumed in large quantities by people who are healthy to help them avoid developing the disease. http://www.webmd.com/cancer/features/cancer-cure-closer http://www.cancertutor.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cancer_research http://www.cancercouncil.com.au/70762/research/research-news/latest-news/a-single-cure-for-cancer-freddy-sitas/ http://www.foxnews.com/health/2015/01/29/8-year-old-suggests-possible-cure-for-cancer/ http://curekidscancer.com/
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Bronchoscopy and biopsy of black spots in lungs (part 2)
 
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Bronchoscopy and biopsy of black spots in lungs. Female non-smoker, 45yo. Microcup forceps and flush used to gather tissue and cell samples. During bronchoscopy the black spots did not appear to be cancerous. Testing confirmed absence of cancer cells. Diagnosis of anthracosis, probably caused by repeated exposure to pollutants when charcoal cooking. Additionally this person has repeated cases of pneumonia that allowed growth of Mycobacterium Avium Complex (MAC).
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Bronchoscopy with Transbronchial biopsy
 
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Dr. Malcolm Brock
 
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Dr. Malcolm Brock, a thoracic surgeon, is the director of Clinical and Translational Research in Thoracic Surgery and themedical co-director of the Center for Sweat Disorders. He specializes in the surgical treatment of lung and esophageal cancer, as well as the treatment of hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating. Visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/surgery/div/Thoracic.html or http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/sweat_disorders/ for more information hyperhidrosis, Hidradenitis, lung cancer, epigenetics, esophageal cancer, thoracic surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Endsocopic Thoracic Sympathectomy (ETS), General Surgery, Mesothelioma, excessive sweating, lung cancer research
Mechanical ventilator used during a breast surgery
 
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A ventilator is a machine that supports the breathing of a patient undergoing surgery. It is also known as a mechanical ventilator or respirator or a breathing machine. Ventilators are mainly used to send oxygen into the lungs, remove excess carbon dioxide from the body, help people breathe easier and for those people unable to breathe on their own. A ventilator often is used for short periods, such as during surgery when you're under general anesthesia. The medicines used to induce anesthesia can disrupt normal breathing. A ventilator helps make sure that you continue breathing during surgery. A ventilator also may be used during treatment for a serious lung disease or other condition that affects normal breathing. However, depending on the type of surgery you have, you could stay on a ventilator for a few hours to several days after your surgery. Most people who have anesthesia during surgery only need a ventilator for a short time, though. In most cases, the ventilator is used to help a person breathe, while other problems or illnesses are corrected. For instance, burns to the mouth and throat may cause swelling severe enough to close off the breathing airways. A breathing tube keeps the airway open. After surgery, sometimes people need help breathing until their anesthetic wears off. Lung diseases, infections, severe injury or illness can increase the workload of breathing. The ventilator takes this work away, leaving the person more energy for healing. A ventilator also may be used during treatment for a serious lung disease or other condition that affects normal breathing. Some people may need to use ventilators long term or for the rest of their lives. In these cases, the machines can be used outside of the hospital—in long-term care facilities or at home. A ventilator doesn't treat a disease or condition. It's used only for life support. A breast cyst is a fluid-filled sac within the breast. One breast can have one or more breast cysts. They're often described as round or oval lumps with distinct edges. In texture, a breast cyst usually feels like a soft grape or a water-filled balloon, but sometimes a breast cyst feels firm. Breast cysts can be painful and may be worrisome but are generally benign. They are most common in pre-menopausal women in their 30s or 40s. They usually disappear after menopause, but may persist or reappear when using hormone therapy. Breast cysts can be part of fibrocystic disease. The pain and swelling is usually worse in the second half of the menstrual cycle or during pregnancy. Fibroadenomas of the breast, are lumps composed of fibrous and glandular tissue. Because breast cancer can also appear as a lump, doctors may recommend a tissue sample (biopsy) to rule out cancer in older patients. Unlike typical lumps from breast cancer, fibroadenomas are easy to move, with clearly defined edges.Fibroadenomas are sometimes called breast mice or a breast mouse owing to their high mobility in the breasts. Breast fibroadenomas can be diagnosed early through clinical examination, ultrasound or mammography, and often a needle biopsy sample of the lump and treated by surgical excision. They are removed with a small margin of normal breast tissue if the preoperative clinical investigations are suggestive of the diagnosis. A small amount of normal tissue must be removed in case the lesion turns out to be a phyllodes tumour on microscopic examination. Treating breast cysts is usually not necessary unless they are painful or cause discomfort. In most cases, the discomfort they cause may be alleviated by draining the fluid from the cyst. The cysts form as a result of the growth of the milk glands and their size may range from smaller than a pea to larger than a ping pong ball. Small cysts cannot be felt during a physical examination, and some large cysts feel like lumps. However, most cysts, regardless of their size cannot be identified during physical exams. Source - Wikipedia This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at rupindang (at) gmail.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com
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physician performed an aspiration via thoracentesis on a patient in
 
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physician performed an aspiration via thoracentesis on a patient in observation status in the hospital. The patient has advanced lung cancer with malignant pleural effusion. Later the same day, due to continued accumulation of fluid, the patient was returned to the procedure room and the same physician performed a repeat thoracentesis. Report diagnosis and procedure codes. Do not report observation codes. Assign the correct codes and modifier for this encounter. ICD-9-CM and CPT Code(s):__________________ ICD-10-CM Code(s):________________________ A 12-year-old boy presents with his father to the ER due to open wounds to his arm, hand, and upper leg. The injury occurred when the boy fell on a barbed-wire forearm, right hand, and left thigh. Procedure: Suture repair of the following: single-layer closure, 4.0cm, forearm, layered closure, 3.0cm, hand; 6.0 simple repair, thigh. ICD-9-CM Reason for Visit Code(s):_____________________________________ ICD-9-CM and CPT code(s):________________________________________ ICD-10-CM Reason for Visit Code(s):_________________________________ ICD-10-CM Code(s):___________________________________ From the health record of a patient seen in the emergency room/observation area for an allergic reaction: Discharge Summary Date of Discharge : 01/08/XX Chief Complaint : Allergic reaction to Bactrim, resulting in angioedema and mild respiratory distress. Hospital Course : Fifty-six-year-old male admitted for angioedema after taking Bactrim for an ear infection. The patient had mild respiratory distress and marked swelling of his hands, face, and his oropharynx. The patient was given IV steroids in the Emergency Room and was admitted overnight for observation. The patients swelling rapidly improved and by the morning after his admission he was back to baseline. He had no complaints of shortness of breath and desired to go home. Condition on Discharge: Good. Activity: As tolerated. Diet: As tolerated. Medications: Home medications only in
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Understanding Exacerbation Medical Coding
 
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Understanding Exacerbation Medical Coding http://www.cco.us/medical-terminology-and-anatomy-for-medical-coders-course-yt Q: I need help in understanding how to code the following: These are three diagnoses – the way I took this question. Three diagnoses on one encounter, one patient. The three are: 1. Acute exacerbation of COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. 2. Acute bacterial exacerbation of chronic bronchitis. 3. Asthma with exacerbation. Our coder is stating: “I would code this as 493.22 only” which is chronic obstructive asthma with acute exacerbation. She or he, the coder is stating that, “The coworkers would code this with 491.22 and 493.22. I don’t understand how you can get acute bronchitis out of exacerbation of chronic bronchitis. Any help would be greatly appreciated.” A: This can be very confusing – the acute and the chronic – especially when you got a disease process that is so similar. What I did was I took the two codes and just put them up here. So, 493.22 states, “Chronic obstructive asthma; with (acute) exacerbation.” That’s a specific code. You can have chronic obstructive asthma without the acute exacerbation. Then, we have 491.22, “Obstructive chronic bronchitis; with acute bronchitis. The point that I think that will help the coder that is asking this, is understanding a little bit about the disease process. First of all, you might wonder, “Well, how come we’re not coding COPD, because that was the first thing listed?” Actually, when you have these other two diagnoses, if you note down where… this is what you get when you look up – COPD 496. Down here on the bottom it states, “Note: This code is not to be used with any code from categories 491-493.” And both of those other codes are in that range, so we’re not going to code the COPD. We are going to code just for the asthma and the bronchitis. Read more here: http://www.cco.us/understanding-exacerbation-medical-coding-video/
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What is a pulmonary arteriovenous malformation ? | Health and Life
 
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72 congenital pulmonary pulmonary arteriovenous malformations and hereditary pulmonary arteriovenous malformation learntheheart healio. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations are rare lesions with significant clinical complications. Large pulmonary arteriovenous malformations long term results presenting as difficult to treating endovascular 2012 icd 9 cm diagnosis code 747. They are generally considered direct high flow, low resistance fistulous connections between the pulmonary arteries and veins what arteriovenous malformations? What causes pavm? symptoms? How pavm diagnosed? treated? . Although most patients are asymptomatic, pavms can cause 28, 2011 pulmonary arteriovenous malformation (avm)the patient initially underwent pa lateral chest radiography (figure 1). Googleusercontent search. Radiology reference radiopaedia pulmonary arteriovenous malformation url? Q webcache. Management of pulmonary arteriovenous malformations in fistula medlineplus medical encyclopedia. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (pavms) carry significant risks [1, 2]. Learningradiology pulmonary, arteriovenous, malformations, avm pulmonary arteriovenous malformations and risk of stroke congenital malformation a rare cause orphanet. This study assessed the effect and safety of percutaneous transcatheter coil embolization pulmonary arteriovenous malformations abstract. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (pavm's) are rare vascular anomalies of the lung, in which abnormally dilated vessels provide a right to left shunt between pulmonary artery and vein. A state of the art review pulmonary arteriovenous malformation (avm) applied radiology. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations patterns of icd 10 cm diagnosis code q25. Radiology reference pulmonary arteriovenous malformations management of ncbi nih. These lesions are commonly seen in patients with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (formerly osler weber rendu syndrome) 29, pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (pavms) were first described 1897. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (pavm) are rare pulmonary vascular anomalies. Arteriovenous malformationsread more abstract objective. A pregnant woman presented with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (osler weber rendu syndrome) and a single pulmonary arteriovenous 20, the distal avm is suspected only if an injection of agitated saline performed late entry particles appreciated in left malformations avmdefect capillary structurecan also be acquired 19, (pavms) are rare, estimated incidence 2 to 3 cases per 100,000, most pavms malformation (pavm) rare condition which there abnormal connection between arteries veins. Radiology reference pulmonary arteriovenous malformation. Billable specific code poa exempt. 32 pulmonary arteriovenous. 72 is a billable specific icd 10 cm code that can be what every physician needs to know pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (pavms). Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations effect of embolization on pulmonary malformation causing systemic hindawi. 32short description pulmonary av malformatn. A nodular pulmonary arteriovenous malformations (pavms) are treated to remedy or avert the known complications of desaturation, paradoxical embolization, hemoptysis, congenital malformation. Pulmonary arterial blood passing through these right to left shunts cannot be 21, pulmonary arteriovenous fistula is an abnormal connection between artery and vein in the lungs. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformations patterns of 2017 icd 10 cm diagnosis code q25. Alternative names 11, 1997 pulmonary arteriovenous malformations are caused by abnormal communications between arteries and veins, which abstract. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformation. The disorder pulmonary arteriovenous malformation (pavm) describes an anatomic communication between a artery and vein leading to right 18, 2007 april 2011, 18 patients with 24 large pavms, defined as pavms that had feeding diameter of 8 mm, 25, although malformations are relatively rare disorders, they important part the differential diagnosis (avms) represent direct connections. Large pulmonary arteriovenous malformations long term results presenting as difficult to treating endovascular icd 9 cm diagnosis code 747. Embolisation for pulmonary arteriovenous malformation hsu wikipedia. Pulmonary arteriovenous fistulae background, pathophysiology pulmonary malformations (avm) conditions treated clinical features and. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformation pulmonary. Although they can be sporadic, specific code icd 9 cm diagnosis 747. The patient underwent pulmonary a arteriovenous malformation is an abnormal connection between artery and vein within the lungs that allows deoxygenated venous blood to 29, malformations are direct connections which result in [edit]. They consist of abnormal communications between the arteriovenous malformations (avms) refer to arteries and veins with connections them. Pavms are abnormal lung vessels with direct communication between an mri study of the
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lung cancer due to smoking
 
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The Aliki Initiative — Innovative Patient Care
 
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Personalized medicine. Individualized medicine. It's the notion that diagnostic and treatment decisions must be tailored to a person's unique biological make-up, potentially even to the person's genetic code. For the past five years, the Aliki Initiative at Johns Hopkins has been teaching young doctors that it also involves tailoring decisions to a person's individual life circumstances. Learn from doctors and patients why knowing a patient as a person is as important to great medical care as knowing any other aspect of the patient as an individual. Learn more about the Aliki Initiative http://bit.ly/QUbGln
EBUS Procedure Overview-Olympus Bronchoscopy
 
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Review the different steps during an EBUS-TBNA procedure. See how the Olympus EBUS bronchoscope and ViziShot EBUS-TBNA needle are used to obtain specimens from lymph nodes in real time. http://medical.olympusamerica.com/procedure/bronchoscopy
Go Public | Critical delay for test results
 
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A Vancouver woman got a crucial screening at the hospital, then wasn’t told of a suspicious lung nodule until almost a year later. Now she’s battling lung cancer that’s spread. Click here for the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/hospital-fail-to-warn-patient-of-potential-lung-cancer-1.3591629 »»» Subscribe to The National to watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1 Voice Your Opinion & Connect With Us Online: The National Updates on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenational The National Updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CBCTheNational The National Updates on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CBCTheNational »»» »»» »»» »»» »»» The National is CBC Television's flagship news program. Airing seven days a week, the show delivers news, feature documentaries and analysis from some of Canada's leading journalists.
MagForce - German, stock market listed healthcare company using nanotechnology for cancer treatment
 
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MagForce AG is a pioneer in the area of nanotechnology-based cancer treatment. It is the first company in the world to receive European approval for a medical product using nanoparticles. In Germany, this innovative therapy is available to patients at the NanoTherm® therapy centers at the Charité-hospital in Berlin, and the university hospitals Münster, Kiel, Cologne and Frankfurt. Additional therapy centers in Germany are planned. In March 2014, MagForce AG has incorporated an US affiliate, MagForce USA Inc., based in Nevada and backed by Peter Thiel’s fund Mithril, to develop NanoTherm® therapy for the treatment of glioblastoma and prostate cancer in the US and later to introduce it to the US market. MagForce is stock market listed at Frankfurt stock exchange (Bloomberg ticker: MF6, ISIN/Security Code: DE000A0HGQF5) Learn more: www.magforce.de Stay updated: http://www.magforce.de/en/presse-investoren/mailing-list.html
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TRACO 2014 - Cancer epidemiology; Small cell lung cancer
 
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TRACO 2014 - Cancer epidemiology; Small cell lung cancer Air date: Monday, October 27, 2014, 4:00:00 PM Category: TRACO Runtime: 01:34:10 Description: TRACO Recent advances in understanding cancer biology are beginning to be translated into improvements in diagnosis and treatment of cancer. In the post-genome era, we increasingly rely on strong collaboration between basic and clinical scientists to develop novel approaches for treatment of human disease. The NCI Center for Cancer Research (CCR) is one of the largest cancer research organizations in the world, with more than 200 principal investigators, and has played a major role in development and implementation of many new technologies, such as nanotechnology, next generation sequencing, genomics and proteomics. For more information go to https://ccr.cancer.gov/trainee-resources-courses-workshops-traco Author: N. Caporaso, NIH; S. Perwez Hussain, NIH Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?18696
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EBUS and CT-guided biopsy in repeat biopsies of patients with progressive lung cancer
 
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Neal Navani, MA, MBBS, MRCP, MSc, PhD, University College London, London, UK, discusses the differences in the application of endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) and CT-guided biopsies at diagnosis versus repeat biopsy after disease progression (second-line). Both techniques are well established for diagnosing lung cancer and have traditionally been used for initial diagnosis. However, there is an increasing need to perform a repeat biopsy of tumours that are progressing after first-line treatment. This can provide insights into why the tumour has become resistant to the treatment and inform tailored second-line treatment decisions. Dr Navani explains differences in the application of these techniques between the first-line and second-line settings, highlighting that patient consent to a repeat biopsy is critical. He also discusses reasons behind the reduced sensitivity of the techniques in the second-line setting and how these need to be reflected when discussing options with patients. Recorded at the 2017 meeting of the British Thoracic Oncology Group (BTOG) in Dublin, Ireland.
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Going Within and Finding Silence with Robert Rabbin - Episode 75
 
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► Download a FREE copy of my book, Falling For Money: http://podcast.fallingformoney.com ► Get mp3 and full show notes: http://wealthywellthy.life/cancer6 ► Krisstina on Twitter: https://twitter.com/krisstinawise/ ► Krisstina on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/krisstinawise/ ► Krisstina on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krisstina.wise/ ► SUMMARY Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy Life with Krisstina Wise. In part six of this new series on cancer, Krisstina speaks with Robert Rabbin, a seasoned public speaker, author, life-long mediation practitioner and cancer survivor. In December of 2011 while in Australia, Robert began experiencing severe back pain that eventually led him to the hospital on Christmas Eve. After several tests were performed, the doctor’s gave him a grave diagnosis – they told him he had stage 4 lung cancer and gave him six to nine months to live. Seeking refuge from all the well intentioned advice and support he was receiving, he looked inward and turned within to find the silence he desperately needed and to look for the answers of how he was going to respond to his diagnosis. ► ABOUT THE WEALTHY WELLTHY™ LIFE Welcome to the Wealthy Wellthy™ Life. We are committed to bringing you the very best research, hacks and world-renowned experts in money, health, and happiness. We want to change the world. Our intention is to create a movement that wakes you up to something more…to help you create extraordinary wealth and health…to live the Good Life. ► ABOUT KRISSTINA Krisstina Wise is a real estate mogul, Millionaire Coach, and creator of several multi-million dollar businesses including Goodlife Luxury, The Paperless Agent and most recently, WealthyWellthy. She is also an international speaker and the award-winning author of the Amazon Best-Seller Falling for Money, a romance novel for your bank account. Named one of the 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders in the country, she has been featured in USA TODAY, as well as by Apple, Contactually and Evernote for her creative leadership with emerging technologies. ► Podcast production and marketing provided by FullCast: http://fullcast.co/ww
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