ICD-10 Diagnosis Code T50.2X1

Poisoning by crbnc-anhydr inhibtr, benzo/oth diuretc, acc

Diagnosis Code T50.2X1

ICD-10: T50.2X1
Short Description: Poisoning by crbnc-anhydr inhibtr, benzo/oth diuretc, acc
Long Description: Poisoning by carbonic-anhydrase inhibitors, benzothiadiazides and other diuretics, accidental (unintentional)
This is the 2017 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code T50.2X1

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Replaced Code Additional informationCallout TooltipReplaced Code
The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) has published an update to the ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes which became effective October 1, 2016. This codes was replaced for the FY 2017 (October 1, 2016-September 30, 2017).

This code was replaced in the 2017 ICD-10 code set with the code(s) listed below.
  • K59.03 - Drug induced constipation

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)
      • Diuretics and oth and unsp drug/meds/biol subst (T50)

Information for Medical Professionals

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Synonyms
  • Accidental acetazolamide overdose
  • Accidental acetazolamide poisoning
  • Accidental bendrofluazide overdose
  • Accidental bendrofluazide poisoning
  • Accidental chlorothiazide overdose
  • Accidental chlorothiazide poisoning
  • Accidental mersalyl overdose
  • Accidental osmotic diuretic overdose
  • Accidental osmotic diuretic poisoning
  • Accidental potassium sparing diuretic overdose
  • Accidental potassium sparing diuretic poisoning
  • Accidental saluretic poisoning
  • Acetazolamide overdose
  • Bendrofluazide overdose
  • Bendrofluazide poisoning
  • Carbonic acid anhydrase inhibitor overdose
  • Chlormerodrin poisoning
  • Chlorothiazide overdose
  • Diuretic overdose
  • Mercaptomerin poisoning
  • Mercurial diuretic overdose
  • Mercurial diuretic poisoning
  • Mersalyl overdose
  • Mersalyl poisoning
  • Osmotic diuretic overdose
  • Osmotic diuretic poisoning
  • Poisoning caused by acetazolamide
  • Poisoning caused by benzothiadiazine
  • Poisoning caused by carbonic acid anhydrase inhibitor
  • Poisoning caused by chlorothiazide
  • Poisoning caused by diuretic
  • Poisoning caused by purine derivative diuretic
  • Poisoning caused by saluretic
  • Potassium sparing diuretic overdose
  • Potassium sparing diuretic poisoning
  • Purine diuretic poisoning
  • Thiazide diuretic overdose
  • Thiazide diuretic poisoning

Index of Diseases and Injuries
References found for the code T50.2X1 in the Index of Diseases and Injuries:


Table of Drugs and Chemicals

The code T50.2X1 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
AcetazolamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
AltizideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
AmilorideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
AminometradineT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
AmisometradineT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
AnhydronT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
BendrofluazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
BendroflumethiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
BenzothiadiazidesT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
BenzthiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Benzylhydrochlorthia-zideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ButizideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
CardraseT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ChlorazanilT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ChlormerodrinT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ChlorothiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ChlortalidoneT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ChlorthalidoneT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ClofenamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ClopamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ClorexoloneT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
CyclopenthiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
CyclothiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DiamoxT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DichlorphenamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DiclofenamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Dihydroxypropyl theophyllineT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DiphyllineT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DiprophyllineT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DisulfamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DiucardinT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DiupresT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NECT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »benzothiadiazine
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »carbonic acid anhydrase inhibitors
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »furfuryl NEC
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »loop (high-ceiling)
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »mercurial NEC
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »osmotic
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »purine NEC
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »saluretic NEC
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »sulfonamide
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »thiazide NEC
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Diuretic NEC
  »xanthine
T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DiurginT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
DiurilT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
EpitizideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
EthamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
EthiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
EthoxzolamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
FenquizoneT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
FlumethiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
HydrochlorothiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
HydroflumethiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
HydromoxT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MefrusideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MerallurideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MerbaphenT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MercaptomerinT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MercumatilinT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MercuramideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MercurophyllineT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MersalylT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MethazolamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MethyclothiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MeticraneT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
MetolazoneT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Osmotic diureticsT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
PenflutizideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
PolythiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Purine diureticsT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
QuinethazoneT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
RegrotonT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ReneseT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Saluretic NECT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
SaluronT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
TeclothiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
TetrachlormethiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Thiazides (diuretics)T50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ThiomercaptomerinT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ThiomerinT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
TiamizideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
TriamtereneT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
TrichlormethiazideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
TripamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
TrometamolT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
TromethamineT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
Xanthine diureticsT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
XipamideT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6
ZaroxolynT50.2X1T50.2X2T50.2X3T50.2X4T50.2X5T50.2X6

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