3 edition of A Guide to your Ommaya reservoir found in the catalog.
A Guide to your Ommaya reservoir
by National Institutes of Health, the Clinical Center in [Bethesda, Md.?]
Written in English
|Contributions||National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Clinical Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. :|
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Question: We followed AANS advice and billed an unlisted code for Ommaya reservoir removal and ventricular-peritoneal shunt placement. The insurance company denied the claim and asked for a more specific procedure code. What is our best option?Montana SubscriberAnswer: Your most accurate choice was the unlisted code. Invented in by Ayub K. Ommaya, a Pakistani neurosurgeon. Noun. Ommaya reservoir (plural Ommaya reservoirs) An intraventricular catheter system consisting of a catheter in one lateral ventricle attached to a reservoir implanted under the scalp, used for the aspiration of cerebrospinal fluid or for the delivery of drugs. Ommaya reservoir: [ rez´er-vwahr ] 1. a storage place or cavity. 2. an alternate or passive host or carrier that harbors pathogenic organisms without injury to itself and serves as a source from which other individuals can be infected. cardiotomy reservoir in cardiopulmonary bypass, a collection chamber for blood suctioned from the heart.
Ommaya reservoir, also known as Ommaya shunt, is a device consisting of an intraventricular catheter connected to a reservoir (port) implanted beneath the scalp. It is used for intrathecal administration of medication such as chemotherapy (mainly in the treatment of meningeal lymphomas, but also for other meningeal pathology) and palliative analgesics, as well as for CSF aspiration. The ommaya reservoir remains in my head today. I am giving serious thought to having it removed, but I'm worried about scheduling 'elective' surgery. My doctor recommends having it removed because he said it probably is non-functional anymore anyway. I'd like to know if anyone has had an ommaya removed, and how the procedure went. An Ommaya reservoir is a medical device used to deliver chemotherapy medications directly to the cerebrospinal fluid. The reservoir is implanted under the scalp and attached to a catheter threaded into one of the ventricles of the addition to being used to deliver medications, this device can also be utilized for taps or draws of cerebrospinal fluid.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedTitle: Ommaya Reservoir Placement Author: DanayB Created Date: 4/15/ PM. An Ommaya reservoir is a device that is surgically inserted under the scalp for direct injection of chemotherapy into the spinal fluid.
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