Present on Admission Exempt ICD-10 Codes - Explosion and rupture of gas cylinder (W36)

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.

  • W36.1XXA - Explosion and rupture of aerosol can, initial encounter
  • W36.1XXD - Explosion and rupture of aerosol can, subsequent encounter
  • W36.1XXS - Explosion and rupture of aerosol can, sequela
  • W36.2XXA - Explosion and rupture of air tank, initial encounter
  • W36.2XXD - Explosion and rupture of air tank, subsequent encounter
  • W36.2XXS - Explosion and rupture of air tank, sequela
  • W36.3XXA - Explosion and rupture of pressurized-gas tank, init encntr
  • W36.3XXD - Explosion and rupture of pressurized-gas tank, subs encntr
  • W36.3XXS - Explosion and rupture of pressurized-gas tank, sequela
  • W36.8XXA - Explosion and rupture of other gas cylinder, init encntr
  • W36.8XXD - Explosion and rupture of other gas cylinder, subs encntr
  • W36.8XXS - Explosion and rupture of other gas cylinder, sequela
  • W36.9XXA - Explosion and rupture of unsp gas cylinder, init encntr
  • W36.9XXD - Explosion and rupture of unsp gas cylinder, subs encntr
  • W36.9XXS - Explosion and rupture of unspecified gas cylinder, sequela