ICD-10 Diagnosis Code T49.4X6

Underdosing of keratolyt/keratplst/hair trmt drug

Diagnosis Code T49.4X6

ICD-10: T49.4X6
Short Description: Underdosing of keratolyt/keratplst/hair trmt drug
Long Description: Underdosing of keratolytics, keratoplastics, and other hair treatment drugs and preparations
This is the 2018 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code T49.4X6

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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)
      • Topical skin/eye/ENT/dental drugs (T49)

Table of Drugs and Chemicals

The code T49.4X6 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
AllantoinT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Alum (medicinal)T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Alum (medicinal)
  »nonmedicinal (ammonium) (potassium)
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
AnthralinT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
AntiseborrheicsT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Bleaching agent (medicinal)T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
ButantroneT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Cade oilT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
CapsicumT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Carbazochrome (salicylate) (sodium sulfonate)T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
ChlorothymolT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
ChloroxineT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
ChrysarobinT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
CollagenaseT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Corn curesT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
DepilatoryT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Desloughing agentT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Diachylon plasterT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Dimethylamine sulfateT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
DithranolT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
EuresolT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Flowers of sulfurT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Fumaric acidT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
HairT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Hair
  »dye
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Hair
  »preparation NEC
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
HemostypticT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
IchthyolT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Keratolytic drug NECT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Keratolytic drug NEC
  »anthracene
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Keratoplastic NECT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Lassar's pasteT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
MonobenzoneT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Podophyllum (resin)T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Preparation, localT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Pyrithione zincT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
RubefacientT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Salicylic acidT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Salicylic acid
  »with benzoic acid
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Salicylic acid
  »congeners
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Salicylic acid
  »derivative
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Salicylic acid
  »salts
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Savin (oil)T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
SelsunT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)
  »acid
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)
  »dioxide (gas)
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)
  »ether
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)
  »hydrogen
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)
  »medicinal (keratolytic) (ointment) NEC
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)
  »ointment
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)
  »pesticide (vapor)
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Sulfur, sulfurated, sulfuric, sulfurous, sulfuryl (compounds NEC) (medicinal)
  »vapor NEC
T49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
ThioglycolateT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
TioxoloneT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
TriacetoxyanthraceneT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
TrioxysalenT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
Vleminckx's solutionT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6
XenysalateT49.4X1T49.4X2T49.4X3T49.4X4T49.4X5T49.4X6

Information for Patients


Medication Errors

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