Present on Admission Exempt ICD-10 Codes - Burn and corrosion of respiratory tract (T27)

The Present on Admission (POA) indicator is used for diagnosis codes included in claims involving inpatient admissions to general acute care hospitals. POA indicators must be reported to CMS on each claim to facilitate the grouping of diagnoses codes into the proper Diagnostic Related Groups (DRG). CMS publishes a listing of specific ICD-10 diagnosis codes that are exempt from the POA reporting requirement.

  • T27.0XXD - Burn of larynx and trachea, subsequent encounter
  • T27.0XXS - Burn of larynx and trachea, sequela
  • T27.1XXD - Burn involving larynx and trachea with lung, subs encntr
  • T27.1XXS - Burn involving larynx and trachea with lung, sequela
  • T27.2XXD - Burn of other parts of respiratory tract, subs encntr
  • T27.2XXS - Burn of other parts of respiratory tract, sequela
  • T27.3XXD - Burn of respiratory tract, part unspecified, subs encntr
  • T27.3XXS - Burn of respiratory tract, part unspecified, sequela
  • T27.4XXD - Corrosion of larynx and trachea, subsequent encounter
  • T27.4XXS - Corrosion of larynx and trachea, sequela
  • T27.5XXD - Corrosion involving larynx and trachea w lung, subs encntr
  • T27.5XXS - Corrosion involving larynx and trachea with lung, sequela
  • T27.6XXD - Corrosion of other parts of respiratory tract, subs encntr
  • T27.6XXS - Corrosion of other parts of respiratory tract, sequela
  • T27.7XXD - Corrosion of respiratory tract, part unsp, subs encntr
  • T27.7XXS - Corrosion of respiratory tract, part unspecified, sequela