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COVID-19: Coding and General Knowledge

  1. 3. New code effective April 1, 2020, off-cycle update.
  2. 4. CDC’s Influenza SARS-CoV-2 (Flu SC2) Multiplex Assay is a single test used to detect the COVID-19 virus and two types of the _______ virus.
  3. 8. Coders should ______ the provider if the provider documented the diagnosis COVID-19
  4. 9. Worn to minimize exposure to COVID-19.
  5. 14. “Corona” in Coronovirus refers to the appearance of a ____ surrounding the virus.
  6. 15. Study and control of disease or injury patterns in populations.
  7. 18. Condition in children who had or been exposed to COVID-19 causing inflammation of different body parts.
  8. 20. There are ____ phases of human clinical trials that a potential vaccine must undergo to determine if it is safe and effective in preventing infection.
  9. 21. A chemical used in a lab to test patient swab samples to determine a positive or negative COVID-19 result.
  10. 22. Social distance is ____ feet.
  11. 24. Rapid result mucous swab test used to identify an active infection.
  12. 25. COVID-19 is an ___ virus, like the measles and unlike DNA viruses, like smallpox. RNA
  13. 26. Body system most affected by COVID-19 infection.
  14. 27. Name for nonautologous plasma obtained from patients recovered from COVID-19 and transfused into current, acute COVID-19 patients.
  15. 29. The most at-risk COVID-19 patients have the underlying health condition(s) cardiovascular disease, ______, and chronic lung disease.
  16. 30. the test results were back and the test results come back
  17. 32. Contact ¬¬¬______ is the process of identifying, notifying, and monitoring anyone who came in close contact with an infectious, COVID-19 positive individual.
  18. 33. Codes Z09 and _____ are reported when a patient who previously had COVID-19 is seen for a follow-up exam and the COVID-19 test is negative.
  19. 35. Blood test that identifies past COVID-19 infection.
  20. 38. Pneumonia confirmed as due to COVID-19 is coded ______.
  1. 1. Alternative to in-person medical appointments.
  2. 2. Geographic origin of COVID-19.
  3. 5. Veklury, ‎GS-5734, and RDV are other names for _______.
  4. 6. Epicenter City in May 2020.
  5. 7. Ventilator patients may be placed in the _____ position in order to improve ventilation-perfusion, help keep alveolae open at end-expiration, and improve gas exchange.
  6. 10. Approach for new PCS convalescent plasma transfusion code.
  7. 11. Hospitals will send COVID-19 patient data to a federal contractor called, _______, or to their state health departments.
  8. 12. Codes from PCS Tables ____ and XW1, New Technology Group 5, are reported for administration of a therapeutic substance to treat COVID-19 when a unique code does not exist.
  9. 13. COVID-19 is thought to have a _____ origin, likely bats.
  10. 16. The common _____ and LAMP tests look for genetic strands of a given virus in a sample collected from a patient.
  11. 17. Class of surgeries cancelled to increase hospital capacity for COVID-19 patients.
  12. 19. First word in “SARS.”
  13. 23. Code 8E0ZXY6 may be reported for COVID-19 patients placed in _______.
  14. 28. COVID-19 existing on the hands can be killed by washing for 20 seconds with common household ______, which bursts the virus’ protective bubble.
  15. 30. Code ____ was reported for COVID-19 cases for discharges that occurred prior to April 1, 2020.
  16. 31. A pregnant patient admitted because of COVID-19 should receive a principal diagnosis code from category _____.
  17. 33. Code _____ is reported if a patient has a known or suspected exposure to COVID- 19, is exhibiting signs/symptoms associated with COVID-19, and the test results are negative, inconclusive, or unknown.
  18. 34. Federal agency that licenses, evaluates and monitors vaccines.
  19. 36. Recommended quarantine time, in weeks.
  20. 37. Code ______ is reported as a secondary diagnosis for the sequelae, residual effect or complication of a previous COVID-19 infection.