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b. SF 558. SF 558 (Medical Record - Emergency Care and Treatment ) is used
in lieu of SF 600 to record all care given to patients in the emergency room. See figure
2-3. Instructions for completion are on the back of the Medical Record Copy. The
same general requirements on entries to the SF 600 apply to SF 558.
Figure 2-3. SF 558 (Medical Record - Emergency Care and Treatment) (continued).
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