Thousands Protest Roe V. Wade Decision

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Thousands of abortion opponents marched from the National Mall to the Supreme Court on Tuesday in their annual remembrance of the court's Roe v. Wade decision.
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Thanks..she got her wish, to leave the hospital and go home. She didn't suffer. That's what mattered.
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<quoted text>I'm sorry, peter. And, yes, the body is no longer the person. I find it strange that Christians enshrine the corpse when they CLAIM the soul is risen to be with their god. They contradict themselves, constantly.

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Just another of your sad, obsessive male/male anal sex fantasies.
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I thought "Code Brown" was what you but pirates called hitting a plum when riding the hershhey highway.

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My mom existed; her memory--the essence of who she was--lives on in us and our own personalities. Your religious figments are fictional characters.
No Relativism wrote:
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Your mom will always live in your hearts and minds, but God & Jesus don't exist?
Interesting..........

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Thanks.
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Cpeter, I'm sorry to hear about your mom's passing. You're in my thoughts and prayers.
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Bitner wrote:
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Sorry, but all you did was to prove that YOU were wrong when you implied in your post to Elise that a nurse should know the codes, when they aren't used by the nurse.
Someone who was actually in the medical profession would know that. So much for your claim that you were in Med school all those years ago.
Nurses should know the codes. Especially in hospice, home care, inpatient rehabilitation, etc.

Reimbursement much?
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"Any charting used by coders for billing will need to include clearer details, meaning nurses must be trained in ICD-10 clinical documentation requirements in order to prevent delays and denials. ICD-10 has a greater level of specificity than ICD-9 for problems, assessments, procedures and treatments. For example, ICD-9 includes nine codes for pressure ulcers, while ICD-10 has over 125."

http://www.beckersasc.com/asc-coding-billing-...

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HuskerDu wrote:
<quoted text>I wonder how many babies she threw away, Christ will tell her when she meets Him when she dies.
Then don't waste your time wondering, I'm sure Christ is keeping accurate records everyone's sins.
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cpeter1313 wrote:
My mom existed; her memory--the essence of who she was--lives on in us and our own personalities. Your religious figments are fictional characters.
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Even atheists believe Jesus existed.

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No Relativism wrote:
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Nurses should know the codes. Especially in hospice, home care, inpatient rehabilitation, etc.
Reimbursement much?
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"Any charting used by coders for billing will need to include clearer details, meaning nurses must be trained in ICD-10 clinical documentation requirements in order to prevent delays and denials. ICD-10 has a greater level of specificity than ICD-9 for problems, assessments, procedures and treatments. For example, ICD-9 includes nine codes for pressure ulcers, while ICD-10 has over 125."
http://www.beckersasc.com/asc-coding-billing-...
Let's face it, you tried to imply something about Elise using the excuse of the codes. You failed. Deal with it.

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cpeter1313 wrote:
My mom existed; her memory--the essence of who she was--lives on in us and our own personalities. Your religious figments are fictional characters.
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Beautifully said CP.
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No Relativism wrote:
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I posted the CDC link to show the ICD's primary intent. Of course, the ICD is used for more than just that (you & Bitner point out billing). I used the ICD to show how you proaborts were wrong. Again. So, yes, the ICD has many uses.
Yesterday you posted a bunch of links from the same site. A page contained this treasure within post #268493 --

"ICD-10-CM O03.9 is part of Diagnostic Related Group(s)(MS-DRG v28.0):
770 Abortion with d&c, aspiration curettage or hysterotomy
779 Abortion without d&c"
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/T833...

Now, wasn't your original claim that D&Cs are different depending on spontaneous and induced abortions? From what it says above, there is no difference. Just as has been claimed over and over again.

I think you do not understand what you read no matter who writes it.
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cpeter1313 wrote:
My mom existed; her memory--the essence of who she was--lives on in us and our own personalities. Your religious figments are fictional characters.
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Am sorry to read of your Mom's passing, CPtr.
Condolences and hugs to you and yours.
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Complications following (induced) termination of pregnancy ICD-10 code O04-
Abortion brought on intentionally.
Excludes:
Encounter for elective termination of pregnancy, uncomplicated Z33.2
Failed attempted termination of pregnancy (O07.-
Includes:
complications following (induced) termination of pregnancy
http://www.icd10data.com/ICD10CM/Codes/O00-O9... -
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Failed attempted termination of pregnancy ICD-10 code O07-
Excludes
Incomplete spontaneous abortion O03.0-
Includes
Failure of attempted induction of termination of pregnancy
Incomplete elective abortion
http://www.icd10data.com/ICD10CM/Codes/O00-O9... -
Where does it say "miscarriage"?
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AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>OMG Lynne, don't call me the bonehead when you can't get it through your thick skull that the D&C, the dilation and curettage are the same tools used regardless of the abortion. The remains are scraped out into a bowl period it makes no difference whether it was intended to be or not, they just are.
Target archery uses a quiver, arrows, bow, and target.

One archer shoots at a target. Another archer shoots at a target that has a sleeping baby placed just in front of it.

In your mind, AyakaNeo, both archers are using same equipment, and using same technique. You ignore the fact that the second archer kills a little human in pursuit of the target.
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Let's face it, you tried to imply something about Elise using the excuse of the codes. You failed. Deal with it.
I implied Elise doesn't know the ICD coding system.

She admitted that I was correct.

I demonstrated that she most certainly should know them as a nurse.

You both failed. Deal with it.

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No Relativism wrote:
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Target archery uses a quiver, arrows, bow, and target.
One archer shoots at a target. Another archer shoots at a target that has a sleeping baby placed just in front of it.
In your mind, AyakaNeo, both archers are using same equipment, and using same technique. You ignore the fact that the second archer kills a little human in pursuit of the target.
Once again, it's not the death of the embryo or fetus, but the expulsion that is an abortion, induced or spontaneous. Even for a spontaneous abortion, if the embryo/fetus remains in the uterus, the woman is still pregnant, it's an incomplete (abeit spontaneous) abortion, and any medical procedure used to expel the uterine contents constitutes an abortion procedure.

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AyakaNeo wrote:
<quoted text>OMG Lynne, don't call me the bonehead when you can't get it through your thick skull that the D&C, the dilation and curettage are the same tools used regardless of the abortion. The remains are scraped out into a bowl period it makes no difference whether it was intended to be or not, they just are.
I didn't call you bonehead, I called you Cluerless. That's ho bad your reading comprehension is.

I posted a quote from you and my reply isn't at all what you misread.

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" It's going to say therapeutic D&C for (type of abortion)."

Exactly. It's in the TYPE of abortion that makes a D&C different from case to case. A theapeutic D&C for spontaneous abortion is not the same as a D&C to induce abortion.
Pro-lifers already stated those facts, Clueless, since Jan..~

I wasn't saying the D&C PROCEDURE was different, I was saying the REASONS for the D&C procedure were different, and would be charted in patient's file, coded and billed differently. Why? Because a D&C for spontaneous abortion is a DIFFERENT REASOM for D&C than a D&C for an induced abortion. It's not an "abortion procedure", not an "abortive procedure" after miscarriage. It's still just a dilation and curettage procedure, for a DIFFERENT reason than "abortive" when it's after miscarriage.

We've already proven it with links and it's you idiots who keep misreading everything, including what's on links provided.

I'm not just saying that, you have all proven it by posting to us as though we've said something we haven't said. You people do that all the time, and it's not because we can't write, it's because you don't have the skills to understand what you're reading.
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Must we try to control EVERYTHING!!!! Sheesh let people decide for themselves what to do with their bodies. It is their body. No one owns it. Smh. www.homebusinessjoys.com

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Ink wrote:
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You want to think that the Church is in favor of pedophile priests and doesn't condemn them. I'm not going to change your mind and I don't care to try. Both sides of my brain are fine. You are the ones shortchanging women by thinking they can't handle a busy life.
Admitting it happens and it's shameful it happens is not good enough. All condemnation does is avoid the solution. If the RCC felt convicted to resolve the issue of child molestation then that would be an altogether different thing in the public eye of opinion. Has the RCC attempted to research why it happens mainly among priests and little boys and not entirely girls? I think they know why and they and have not yet felt the conviction to prevent it from happening at all. Sending them off to another parish is avoiding the "why" it happened.
Condemnation is what you do on here. "Yeah your abortion is shameful", "you killed your baby", "Jesus is going to judge you". Where is your conviction to make a difference in the abortion numbers other than condemning the person?
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No Relativism wrote:
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ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code: Spontaneous abortion O03-
The natural premature expulsion from the uterus of the products of conception, the embryo, or non-viable fetus.
Loss of the products of conception from the uterus before the fetus is viable; spontaneous abortion.
Expulsion of the products of conception before the completion of gestation without deliberate interference.
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Incomplete abortion includes retained products of conception following spontaneous abortion
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Miscarriage http://www.icd10data.com/ICD10CM/Codes/O00-O9... -
Ayaka: "Where does it say "miscarriage"?
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/abortion/T833...
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^^^ "Includes: Miscarraige" ^^^

http://www.icd10data.com/ICD10CM/Codes/O00-O9... -
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Lisa McClendon wrote:
Must we try to control EVERYTHING!!!! Sheesh let people decide for themselves what to do with their bodies. It is their body. No one owns it. Smh. www.homebusinessjoys.com
Lisa, I'm sorry you didn't get the memo that DNA analsysis results are conclusive: The preborn baby is NOT part of mom's body.

Please do pay attention.

TIA.

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