ICD-10 Diagnosis Code T46.7X5

Adverse effect of peripheral vasodilators

Diagnosis Code T46.7X5

ICD-10: T46.7X5
Short Description: Adverse effect of peripheral vasodilators
Long Description: Adverse effect of peripheral vasodilators
This is the 2018 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code T46.7X5

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The code T46.7X5 is a "header" and not valid for submission for HIPAA-covered transactions.

Code Classification
  • Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes (S00–T98)
    • Poisoning by, adverse effect of and underdosing of drugs, medicaments and biological substances (T36-T50)
      • Agents primarily affecting the cardiovascular system (T46)

Information for Medical Professionals

Synonyms
  • Adverse reaction caused by tolazoline
  • Alprostadil adverse reaction
  • Bamethan sulfate adverse reaction
  • Betahistine adverse reaction
  • Cyclandelate adverse reaction
  • E series prostaglandin adverse reaction
  • Flosequinan adverse reaction
  • Inositol adverse reaction
  • Inositol nicotinate adverse reaction
  • Isoxsuprine adverse reaction
  • Minoxidil adverse reaction
  • Naftidrofuryl adverse reaction
  • Nicofuranose adverse reaction
  • Nicotinic acid adverse reaction
  • Nicotinyl alcohol adverse reaction
  • Oxpentifylline adverse reaction
  • Peripheral/cerebral vasodilator adverse reaction
  • Phenoxybenzamine adverse reaction
  • Phentolamine adverse reaction
  • Thymoxamine adverse reaction
  • Xanthine adverse reaction

Table of Drugs and Chemicals

The code T46.7X5 is included in the Table of Drugs and Chemicals, this table contains a classification of drugs, industrial solvents, corrosive gases, noxious plants, pesticides, and other toxic agents. Each substance in the table is assigned a code according to the poisoning classification and external causes of adverse effects. Use as many codes as necessary to describe all reported drugs, medicinal or chemical substances.

Substance Poisoning
Accidental
(unintentional)
Poisoning
Accidental
self-harm
Poisoning
Assault
Poisoning
Undetermined
Adverse
effect
Underdosing
AlprostadilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
AzapetineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Bamethan (sulfate)T46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
BencyclaneT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
BetahistineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
BrovincamineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
BuflomedilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
BuphenineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
ButalamineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
CetiedilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
CiclonicateT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
CinepazideT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
CyclandelateT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
DihydroergocornineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Dihydroergocristine (mesilate)T46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
DihydroergokryptineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
DihydroergotoxineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Dihydroergotoxine
  »mesilate
T46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Ergoloid mesylatesT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
EtofyllineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Etofylline
  »clofibrate
T46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
FlunarizineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
HepronicateT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
HydromethylpyridineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
IfenprodilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
IloprostT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
IsoxsuprineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
KallidinogenaseT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
KallikreinT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Lipo-alprostadilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
MinoxidilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
MoxisylyteT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Naftidrofuryl (oxalate)T46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
NiacinT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
NicametateT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
NicergolineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
NicofuranoseT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Nicotinic acidT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Nicotinyl alcoholT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
NylidrinT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
PentifyllineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
PentoxifyllineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
PhenoxybenzamineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
PhentolamineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
RaubasineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
SildenafilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
SuloctidilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
TadalafilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Tetranicotinoyl fructoseT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Thurfyl nicotinateT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
ThymoxamineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
TolazolineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
TrimetazidineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
VardenafilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
VasodilanT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
VinburnineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
VinpocetineT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
ViquidilT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Xanthinol nicotinateT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6
Xantinol nicotinateT46.7X1T46.7X2T46.7X3T46.7X4T46.7X5T46.7X6

Information for Patients


Drug Reactions

Also called: Side effects

Most of the time, medicines make our lives better. They reduce aches and pains, fight infections, and control problems such as high blood pressure or diabetes. But medicines can also cause unwanted reactions.

One problem is interactions, which may occur between

  • Two drugs, such as aspirin and blood thinners
  • Drugs and food, such as statins and grapefruit
  • Drugs and supplements, such as ginkgo and blood thinners
  • Drugs and diseases, such as aspirin and peptic ulcers

Interactions can change the actions of one or both drugs. The drugs might not work, or you could get side effects.

Side effects are unwanted effects caused by the drugs. Most are mild, such as a stomach aches or drowsiness, and go away after you stop taking the drug. Others can be more serious.

Drug allergies are another type of reaction. They can be mild or life-threatening. Skin reactions, such as hives and rashes, are the most common type. Anaphylaxis, a serious allergic reaction, is more rare.

When you start a new prescription or over-the-counter medication, make sure you understand how to take it correctly. Know which other medications and foods you need to avoid. Ask your health care provider or pharmacist if you have questions.

  • Angioedema (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Drug allergies (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Drug-induced diarrhea (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Drug-induced tremor (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Taking multiple medicines safely (Medical Encyclopedia)


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