ICD-10 Diagnosis Code T62.2X2

Toxic effect of ingested (parts of) plant(s), self-harm

Diagnosis Code T62.2X2

ICD-10: T62.2X2
Short Description: Toxic effect of ingested (parts of) plant(s), self-harm
Long Description: Toxic effect of other ingested (parts of) plant(s), intentional self-harm
This is the 2018 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code T62.2X2

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Code Classification
  • Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes (S00–T98)
    • Toxic effects of substances chiefly nonmedicinal as to source (T51-T65)
      • Toxic effect of other noxious substances eaten as food (T62)

Table of Drugs and Chemicals

The code T62.2X2 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
AbrineT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Abrus (seed)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Actaea spicataT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Actaea spicata
  »berry
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Aethusa cynapiumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
African boxwoodT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
AmygdalineT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Anemone pulsatillaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
BearsfootT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
BittersweetT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
BruciaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
ButtercupsT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Calabar beanT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Caladium seguinumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
CassavaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
CastorT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Castor
  »bean
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Castor
  »oil
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Cerbera (odallam)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Chelidonium majusT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Cherry laurelT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Cicuta maculata or virosaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
CicutoxinT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Claviceps purpureaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Clematis vitalbaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
ColchicumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Coniine, conineT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Conium (maculatum)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Convallaria majalisT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Convallaria majalis
  »berry
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
CowbaneT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
CuckoopintT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Cyclamen europaeumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
CytisusT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Cytisus
  »laburnum
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Cytisus
  »scoparius
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Daphne (gnidium) (mezereum)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Daphne (gnidium) (mezereum)
  »berry
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
DarnelT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Deadly nightshade [See Also: Belladonna]T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Deadly nightshade [See Also: Belladonna]
  »berry
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
DelphiniumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
ElderT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Elder
  »berry, (unripe)
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
EquisetumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Equisetum
  »diuretic
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Fool's parsleyT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
FoxgloveT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Gaultheria procumbensT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Gelsemium (sempervirens)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
GoldylocksT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Gratiola officinalisT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Green helleboreT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Hedge hyssopT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Hellebore (black) (green) (white)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
HemlockT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
HenbaneT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Holly berriesT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
IlexT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
JatrophaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Jatropha
  »curcas
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Jequirity (bean)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Jimson weed (stramonium)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Jimson weed (stramonium)
  »seeds
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Kosam seedT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Laburnum (seeds)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Laburnum (seeds)
  »leaves
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
LarkspurT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Lathyrus (seed)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Laurel, black or cherryT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Ligustrum vulgareT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Lily of the valleyT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
LobeliaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Lolium temulentumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Meadow saffronT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Melia azedarachT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
MezereonT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Mezereon
  »berries
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
MonkshoodT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Myristica fragransT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Nerium oleanderT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Nicotiana (plant)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Nightshade, deadly (solanum) [See Also: Belladonna]T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Nightshade, deadly (solanum) [See Also: Belladonna]
  »berry
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
OleanderT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Physostigma venenosumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Phytolacca decandraT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Phytolacca decandra
  »berries
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Piper cubebaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Pokeweed (any part)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Pride of ChinaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Primula (veris)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
PrivetT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Privet
  »berries
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
PrunusT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Prunus
  »laurocerasus
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Prunus
  »virginiana
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
PulsatillaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
RanunculusT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
RicinT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Ricinus communisT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
RueT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Ruta (graveolens)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Sabadilla (plant)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Sabadilla (plant)
  »pesticide
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Sambucus canadensisT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Sambucus canadensis
  »berry
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Sanguinaria canadensisT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Seeds (poisonous)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
SolanineT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Solanine
  »berries
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Solanum dulcamaraT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Solanum dulcamara
  »berries
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Spurge flaxT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
SpurgesT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
TansyT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
ThornappleT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
UrticaT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
VeratrumT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Veratrum
  »album
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Veratrum
  »alkaloids
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Veratrum
  »viride
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
WildT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Wild
  »black cherry
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Wild
  »poisonous plants NEC
T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
WisterineT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
YewT62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4
Zygadenus (venenosus)T62.2X1T62.2X2T62.2X3T62.2X4

Information for Patients


Foodborne Illness

Also called: Food Poisoning

Each year, 48 million people in the U.S. get sick from contaminated food. Common culprits include bacteria, parasites and viruses. Symptoms range from mild to serious. They include

  • Upset stomach
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Dehydration

Harmful bacteria are the most common cause of foodborne illness. Foods may have some bacteria on them when you buy them. Raw meat may become contaminated during slaughter. Fruits and vegetables may become contaminated when they are growing or when they are processed. But it can also happen in your kitchen if you leave food out for more than 2 hours at room temperature. Handling food safely can help prevent foodborne illnesses.

The treatment in most cases is increasing your fluid intake. For more serious illness, you may need treatment at a hospital.

NIH: National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

  • Food poisoning (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Foodborne Illness-Causing Organisms in the U.S.: What You Need to Know (Food and Drug Administration)
  • Gastritis (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Poisoning - fish and shellfish (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Shigellosis (Medical Encyclopedia)


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