ICD-10 Code T41.3X3

Poisoning by local anesthetics, assault

Version 2019 Replaced Code Non-Billable Code Poisoning Assault
ICD-10:T41.3X3
Short Description:Poisoning by local anesthetics, assault
Long Description:Poisoning by local anesthetics, assault

Not Valid for Submission

ICD-10 T41.3X3 is a "header" nonspecific and non-billable code code, consider using a code with a higher level of specificity for a diagnosis of poisoning by local anesthetics, assault. The code is NOT valid for the year 2019 for the submission of HIPAA-covered transactions.

Consider the following ICD-10 codes with a higher level of specificity:

  • T41.3X3A - Poisoning by local anesthetics, assault, initial encounter
  • T41.3X3D - Poisoning by local anesthetics, assault, subsequent encounter
  • T41.3X3S - Poisoning by local anesthetics, assault, sequela

Deleted Code

This code was deleted in the 2019 ICD-10 code set with the code(s) listed below. The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) has published an update to the ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes which became effective October 1, 2018. This code was replaced for the FY 2019 (October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019).

  • 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)
      • Anesthetics and therapeutic gases (T41)

Information for Medical Professionals

Diagnostic Related Groups

The Diagnostic Related Groups (DRGs) are a patient classification scheme which provides a means of relating the type of patients a hospital treats. The DRGs divides all possible principal diagnoses into mutually exclusive principal diagnosis areas referred to as Major Diagnostic Categories (MDC). The diagnosis code T41.3X3 is grouped in the following groups for version MS-DRG V36.0 applicable from 10/01/2018 through 09/30/2019.

  • 917 - POISONING AND TOXIC EFFECTS OF DRUGS WITH MCC
  • 918 - POISONING AND TOXIC EFFECTS OF DRUGS WITHOUT MCC
  • 922 - OTHER INJURY, POISONING AND TOXIC EFFECT DIAGNOSES WITH MCC
  • 923 - OTHER INJURY, POISONING AND TOXIC EFFECT DIAGNOSES WITHOUT MCC
  • 949 - AFTERCARE WITH CC/MCC
  • 950 - AFTERCARE WITHOUT CC/MCC

Table of Drugs and Chemicals

The code T41.3X3 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
AmethocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Amethocaine
  »regional
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Amethocaine
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Amyleine, regionalT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Amylocaine, regionalT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Amylocaine, regional
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Amylocaine, regional
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Amylocaine, regional
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Amylocaine, regional
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
AnesthesiaT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »caudal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »endotracheal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »epidural
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »inhalation
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »local
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »mucosal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »muscle relaxation
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »nerve blocking
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »plexus blocking
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »potentiated
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »rectal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »rectal
    »general
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »rectal
    »local
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »regional
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Anesthesia
  »surface
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
AptocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ArticaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
BenoxinateT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
BenzamineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Benzamine
  »lactate
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
BenzocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
BetoxycaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
BlockainT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Blockain
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Blockain
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Blockain
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
BupivacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Bupivacaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Bupivacaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Bupivacaine
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ButacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ButambenT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ButanilicaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ButynT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
CarbocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Carbocaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Carbocaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Carbocaine
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ChloroprocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Chloroprocaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Chloroprocaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Chloroprocaine
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
CinchocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Cinchocaine
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
CitanestT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Citanest
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Citanest
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
CyclaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
CyclomethycaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
DibucaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Dibucaine
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
DimethocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
DiperodonT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
DorsacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
DycloneT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
DyclonineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
EndocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
EPABT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Ethocaine (infiltration) (topical)T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Ethocaine (infiltration) (topical)
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Ethocaine (infiltration) (topical)
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
EtidocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Etidocaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Etidocaine
  »nerve (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
EucaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
HexylcaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
LeucinocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
LidocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Lidocaine
  »regional
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Lidocaine
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
LignocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Lignocaine
  »regional
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Lignocaine
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
MarcaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Marcaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Marcaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
MepivacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Mepivacaine
  »epidural
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
MeprylcaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
MetabutethamineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
MetycaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Metycaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Metycaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Metycaine
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
NesacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Nesacaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Nesacaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Novocain (infiltration) (topical)T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Novocain (infiltration) (topical)
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Novocain (infiltration) (topical)
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Nupercaine (spinal anesthetic)T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Nupercaine (spinal anesthetic)
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
OphthaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
OphtheticT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
OrthocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
OxetacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
OxethazineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
OxybuprocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Percaine (spinal)T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Percaine (spinal)
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
PhenacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
PiperocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Piperocaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Piperocaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Piperocaine
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Pitkin's solutionT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Pontocaine (hydrochloride) (infiltration) (topical)T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Pontocaine (hydrochloride) (infiltration) (topical)
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Pontocaine (hydrochloride) (infiltration) (topical)
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
PrilocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Prilocaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Prilocaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Prilocaine
  »regional
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ProcaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Procaine
  »benzylpenicillin
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Procaine
  »nerve block (periphreal) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Procaine
  »penicillin G
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Procaine
  »regional
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Procaine
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ProparacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
PropitocaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Propitocaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Propitocaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
PropoxycaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Propoxycaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Propoxycaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Propoxycaine
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
ProxymetacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
QuotaneT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
StovaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Stovaine
  »infiltration (subcutaneous)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Stovaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Stovaine
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Stovaine
  »topical (surface)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
SurfacaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
TetracaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Tetracaine
  »nerve block (peripheral) (plexus)
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Tetracaine
  »regional
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
Tetracaine
  »spinal
T41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
TrimecaineT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
TronothaneT41.3X1T41.3X2T41.3X3T41.3X4T41.3X5T41.3X6
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Information for Patients


Anesthesia

If you are having surgery, your doctor will give you medicine called an anesthetic. Anesthetics reduce or prevent pain. There are three main types:

  • Local - numbs one small area of the body. You stay awake and alert.
  • Regional - blocks pain in an area of the body, such an arm or leg. A common type is epidural anesthesia, which is often used during childbirth.
  • General - makes you unconscious. You do not feel any pain, and you do not remember the procedure afterwards.

You may also get a mild sedative to relax you. You stay awake but may not remember the procedure afterwards. Sedation can be used with or without anesthesia.

The type of anesthesia or sedation you get depends on many factors. They include the procedure you are having and your current health.

  • Conscious sedation for surgical procedures (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Epidural block (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • General anesthesia (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Spinal and epidural anesthesia (Medical Encyclopedia)

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Poisoning

A poison is any substance that is harmful to your body. You might swallow it, inhale it, inject it, or absorb it through your skin. Any substance can be poisonous if too much is taken. Poisons can include

  • Prescription or over-the-counter medicines taken in doses that are too high
  • Overdoses of illegal drugs
  • Carbon monoxide from gas appliances
  • Household products, such as laundry powder or furniture polish
  • Pesticides
  • Indoor or outdoor plants
  • Metals such as lead and mercury

The effects of poisoning range from short-term illness to brain damage, coma, and death. To prevent poisoning it is important to use and store products exactly as their labels say. Keep dangerous products where children can't get to them. Treatment for poisoning depends on the type of poison. If you suspect someone has been poisoned, call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222 right away.

  • Poisoning (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Poisoning first aid (Medical Encyclopedia)
  • Toxicology screen (Medical Encyclopedia)

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ICD-10 Footnotes

General Equivalence Map Definitions
The ICD-10 and ICD-9 GEMs are used to facilitate linking between the diagnosis codes in ICD-9-CM and the new ICD-10-CM code set. The GEMs are the raw material from which providers, health information vendors and payers can derive specific applied mappings to meet their needs.

  • Approximate Flag - The approximate flag is on, indicating that the relationship between the code in the source system and the code in the target system is an approximate equivalent.
  • No Map Flag - The no map flag indicates that a code in the source system is not linked to any code in the target system.
  • Combination Flag - The combination flag indicates that more than one code in the target system is required to satisfy the full equivalent meaning of a code in the source system.