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Nursing and Allied Health: International Classification of Diseases (ICD)

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International Classification of Diseases - 11 | 2022 | SEARCH

International Classification of Diseases - 11 | 2022 | SEARCH

 

International Classification of Diseases | 2019 | SEARCH

International Classification of Diseases | Vol. 1

International Classification of Diseases | Vol. 1

 

The ICD-10 consists of three volumes:

Volume 1 of the ICD-10 has 22 chapters, most of which cover particular body systems, special diseases or external factors. There are, however, two exceptions: Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs, and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings, not elsewhere classified and Chapter XXII: Codes for special purposes. The broad chapter titles indicate the wide range of conditions included, with a large number of codes required to cover them all. 

Each chapter is divided into blocks of related conditions which are then subdivided into three-character categories and four-character (and subsequent) subcategories. The use of an alphabetical character at the beginning of each of the three-character codes results in more than 2600 such codes being available – each of which can have up to 10 four-character subcategories.

International Classification of Diseases | Vol. 2

International Classification of Diseases | Vol. 2

 

he ICD-10 consists of three volumes:

Volume 2 of the ICD-10 is the key to understanding the rules and regulations that govern the classification of conditions. It provides guidance on the use of volumes 1 and 3, and on the rules of mortality and morbidity coding, and information on the historical development of the ICD.  Volume 2 also contains four special ‘tabulation lists’ designed for use in settings where the complete three-character ICD list is too detailed. These special lists are primarily intended for the tabulating of data into useful categories which can be compared across populations and geographical areas.

ICD special tabulation lists on mortality

List 1: General mortality – condensed list (103 causes)

List 2: General mortality – selected list (80 causes)

List 3: Infant and child mortality – condensed list (67 causes)

List 4: Infant and child mortality – selected list (51 causes)

International Classification of Diseases | Vol. 3

International Classification of Diseases | Vol. 3

 

The ICD-10 consists of three volumes:

Main sections
The Alphabetical Index consists of the three sections, as follows:
Section I is the index of diseases, syndromes, pathological conditions,
injuries, signs, symptoms, problems and other reasons for contact with health
services, i.e. the type of information that would be recorded by a physician. It
includes all terms classifiable to categories A00T98 and Z00Z99 except
drugs and other chemical substances giving rise to poisoning or other adverse
effects (these are included in Section III).

International Classification of Diseases | ICD-PM

International Classification of Diseases | ICD-PM

 

The WHO application of ICD-10 to deaths during the perinatal period: ICD-PM. ISBN 978 92 4 154975 2 (NLM classification: WQ 225)
1.Perinatal Mortality. 2.Cause of Death. 3.International Classification of Diseases. 4.Classification. I.World Health
Organization

International Classification of Diseases | ICD-10 CM

International Classification of Diseases | ICD-PP

 

World Health Organization (WHO) authorized the publication of the International Classification of Diseases 10th Revision (ICD-10), which was implemented for mortality coding and classification from death certificates in the U.S. in 1999. The U.S. developed a Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) for medical diagnoses based on WHO’s ICD-10 and CMS developed a new Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-PCS) for inpatient procedures. ICD-10-CM replaces ICD-9-CM, volumes 1 and 2, and ICD-10-PCS replaces ICD-9-CM, volume 3.ternal

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