Coding and Coverage


Abbott annually updates coding and reimbursement information for hospital inpatient, hospital outpatient, and ASC settings, as well as physician rates.  Click on our guides to easily look up CPT codes, ICD-10 codes, physician RVUs, and Medicare national average reimbursement rates for vascular products.

Coding Guides and Resources for Vascular Therapies


Vessel Closure Details

The following code has been assigned to occlusive devices by CMS: G0269

G0269 is defined as: placement of an occlusive device in either a venous or arterial access site, post-surgical or interventional procedure. Code G0269 should be used on Medicare claims to record the placement of the vasoseal and for other payers as directed.


Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction

ICD-10 Diagnosis Codes Effective October 1, 2023

Coronary microvascular dysfunction is now formally recognized as a diagnosis through the creation of four ICD-10-CM codes effective October 1, 2023. The new codes can be found on the CDC’s website. The new codes describe the various forms of coronary microvascular dysfunction that will help clinicians identify and accurately diagnose patients with CMD. For more information on CMD, please go to Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction Overview on Abbott's website.

The four ICD-10 diagnosis coding describing Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction are:

I20.81 – Angina pectoris with coronary microvascular dysfunction
I21.B – Myocardial infarction with coronary microvascular dysfunction
I24.81 – Acute coronary microvascular dysfunction
I25.85 – Chronic coronary microvascular dysfunction

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