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what is it called when more than one infusion of a different drug/substance is administered at the same time?
Intravenous infusion
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User: what is it called when more than one infusion of a different drug/substance is administered at the same time?

Weegy: Intravenous infusion
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User: What type of code is reported for the drug used in an IV injection for a Medicare patient?

Weegy: Infusion codes
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