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Q: When should acute blood loss anemia following surgery be coded as a complication of the surgery? A. Whenever there s a large amount of blood loss following a surgery B. When the physician states
that the large amount of blood loss is due to the surgery and causing the anemia C. When anemia follows surgery and hemoglobin levels are elevated beyond the normal range D. Never. Anemia is never considered a complication; instead, it s considered a disease or disorder.
A: When should acute blood loss anemia following surgery be coded as a complication of the surgery? B. When the physician states that the large amount of blood loss is due to the surgery and causing the anemia
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