Suprapubic Catheter exchange when tube has fell out
What do we report for the hospital for the placement of a suprapubic catheter through an existing tract? Patient came in due to dislodged suprapubic catheter, and under fluoro the physician injected contrast to confirm the fistula and just used a catheter and wire to navigate through the existing tract back into the bladder. He then was able to place a new drainage tube into the bladder. My thoughts are to report just a simple catheter exchange (51705 and 75984), but I am not sure since the catheter was not actually still in the patient and I don't think a new insertion (51102) would be appropriate either.
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