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Company USBMIS Inc.
Item Medical Imaging Consultant Download (Palm or Pocket PC)
Features The Medical Imaging Consultant contains a listing of the 360 most common conditions for which medical imaging procedures are ordered. It is arranged primarily by body system, for both adult and pediatric cases. Following each condition is a brief summary of the imaging evaluation for the symptom.

  • CPT is the column containing CPT codes, based on the American Medical Association Common Procedural Terminology Manual, 2002 edition.
  • CXRE is the abbreviation for Chest X-Ray Equivalents, a useful unit of comparison of radiation risk. One CXRE is the equivalent of one posterior-anterior (PA) chest x-ray.For example, one CT of the head delivers radiation to the patient approximately equivalent to 100 PA chest x-rays.
  • Cost is based on the RBRVS fee schedule provided by CMS 2002, for total component billing.
  • Risk of the exam is a composite of the risk of contrast media if used, radiation risk, and the invasiveness of the procedure itself on a scale of one to five.
  • Benefit is the relative diagnostic value of each study for the particular symptom or condition. The procedures are arranged in the order of diagnostic benefit, starting with the most helpful, expressed on a scale of one to five.
  • Comments are provided for individual studies that require additional explanation.
Description The Medical Imaging Consultant, PDA Edition is designed for all physicians, residents, and fellows who may order diagnostic imaging studies. It provides speedy access via your handheld device to extensive information that will help to determine whether imaging examinations are necessary, based on symptoms, and which studies will generate the most information. The content includes current information for more than 350 clinical conditions within all body systems.
Info USBMIS Inc.
Customer Service: (352) 371-2647
Web site: http://www.usbmis.com/

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