Question:

We are administering Kytril by injecting it into the bag of hydrating fluid, what codes would we use to bill?

Answer:

If drugs such as Kytril (for relief of symptoms) are injected into the bag of hydrating fluid, the service then becomes defined as drug administration and should be billed as such with codes 96365–96379.

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