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Carnation Ambulatory Monitor (CAMTM)

The CAM is a single patient use, continuous recording ambulatory ECG monitor that records for up to 7 days.

Indications for Use: The monitor is designed to provide extended duration cardiac monitoring for people who are suspected of having cardiac arrhythmias.

Patient Population: The intended population includes both males and females not weighing less than 10 kg (22 lbs.) who may have cardiac arrhythmias.

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CPT® CODES(1)

Current Procedures Terminology (CPT) codes describe the medical, surgical, and diagnostic services provided to the patient. The following information includes the commonly billed physician codes for cardiac monitoring services/procedures. This is not a comprehensive list of all available codes, and it is possible that there is a more appropriate code for any given service/procedure.

Holter Monitoring (≤48 hrs)

CODEDESCRIPTION
93224 (Global)Electrocardiographic monitoring for 48 hours by continuous original ECG
waveform recording and storage, with visual superimposition scanning;
includes recording, scanning analysis with report, physician review and
interpretation
93225Recording (includes hook-up, recording, and disconnection)
93226Scanning analysis with report
93227Physician review and interpretation

Extended Cardiac Monitoring (>48 hrs)*

CODEDESCRIPTION
0295T (Global)External electrocardiographic recording for more than 48 hours up to 21 days by continuous rhythm recording and storage; includes recording, scanning analysis with report, review and interpretation
0296TRecording (includes connection)
0297TScanning analysis with report
0298TPhysician review and interpretation

* Category III code reimbursement for the CAM patch varies nationally and is determined locally by the assigned MACs (Medicare Administrative Contractors) for their respective geographic jurisdiction(s).
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