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a. Portable home oxygen unit –GY I picked this one because it is a unit that has to go in a home and out of the  hospital. b. Emergency ambulance transport and extended life support –QN This is a unit that is provided with the services for a patient that needs the  medical attention c. Diagnostic mammogram, left breast –GG –LT The person is getting a mammogram done on her left breast.  d. Cortisone 10 mg injection, right shoulder –RT The patient is getting an injection in the right shoulder e. Non-electric wheelchair –GA I picked this one because I think that they have to waive the payment for the 
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Unformatted text preview: wheelchair. f. Intravenous catheter line (PICC), right arm –CA They need to do work on the right arm g. Laboratory certification, cytology specimens –CA The lab tech has to do a specimen check on a patient h. Chest x-ray –TC I picked this one because you have to use a technical equipment to do a chest x-ray i. Prosthetic hip replacement, left side –LT Patient is getting a hip replacement on the left side of her body j. Electric hospital bed –TC This is a technical operated bed Heather Lisowski...
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  • Spring '08
  • Adams
  • Hip replacement, emergency ambulance transport, Electric hospital, Intravenous catheter line, home oxygen unit, Non-electric wheelchair –GA

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