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Tag Archives: RSV
Synagis is the monthly injection of antibodies to bolster the immune system against infection with RSV, a virus that can cause significant inflammation of the airways, especially for preemies and children with congenital heart defects. Since the guidelines for Synagis were … Continue reading
I have already received a lot of feedback from people who have received their first denial letter wondering if they should use my template to appeal. My answer is always appeal. Did you know that some insurance companies automatically deny … Continue reading
RSV is a dreaded infection for many preemie parents, myself included. After 2 full winters of Synagis and what can only be described as an obsession with hand hygiene and limiting contact, even with friends and family, we managed to … Continue reading