This 62-year old male patient was admiited to the hospital with progressive eposodes of chest pain determined to be crescendo angina.

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October 18, 2020
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October 18, 2020

This 62-year old male patient was admiited to the hospital with progressive eposodes of chest pain determined to be crescendo angina.

This 62-year old male patient was admiited to the hospital with progressive eposodes of chest pain determined to be crescendo angina. He had myocardial infarction five years ago and progressively has been having more frequent episodes of chest pain. During the hospotal stay, he was given IV nitroglycerin and was subsequently place on Cardizem for futher treatment of his angina. He is scheduled for cardiac catherization next week because he refused to have it performed during this admission. No other complications arose during the hospitalization. What is the code assignment? ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS Codes

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