ICD-10 Code T49.0X1

Poisoning by local antifungal, anti-infective and anti-inflammatory drugs, accidental (unintentional)

Version 2019 Replaced Code Non-Billable Code Poisoning Accidental

Not Valid for Submission

T49.0X1 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 antifungal, anti-infective and anti-inflammatory drugs, accidental (unintentional). The code is NOT valid for the year 2020 for the submission of HIPAA-covered transactions.

ICD-10: T49.0X1
Short Description:Poisoning by local antifung/infect/inflamm drugs, acc
Long Description:Poisoning by local antifungal, anti-infective and anti-inflammatory drugs, accidental (unintentional)

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

  • T49.0X1A - Poisoning by local antifungal, anti-infective and anti-inflammatory drugs, accidental (unintentional), initial encounter
  • T49.0X1D - Poisoning by local antifungal, anti-infective and anti-inflammatory drugs, accidental (unintentional), subsequent encounter
  • T49.0X1S - Poisoning by local antifungal, anti-infective and anti-inflammatory drugs, accidental (unintentional), sequela

Replaced Code

This code was replaced in the 2020 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, 2019. This code was replaced for the FY 2020 (October 1, 2019 - September 30, 2020).

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

Code History

  • FY 2016 - New Code, effective from 10/1/2015 through 9/30/2016
    (first year ICD-10-CM implemented into the HIPAA mandated code set)
  • FY 2017 - No Change, effective from 10/1/2016 through 9/30/2017
  • FY 2018 - No Change, effective from 10/1/2017 through 9/30/2018
  • FY 2019 - No Change, effective from 10/1/2018 through 9/30/2019
  • FY 2020 - No Change, effective from 10/1/2019 through 9/30/2020

Information for Medical Professionals

Synonyms

The following clinical terms are approximate synonyms or lay terms that might be used to identify the correct diagnosis code:

  • Accidental iodide overdose
  • Accidental iodide poisoning
  • Accidental mercuric oxide overdose
  • Accidental mercuric oxide poisoning
  • Accidental tretinoin overdose
  • Argyria of skin
  • Burning caused by caustic organic chemical
  • Burning caused by creosote
  • Creosote poisoning
  • Disinfectant causing toxic effect
  • Hexachlorophene poisoning
  • Inorganic mercury poisoning
  • Iodide overdose
  • Iodine compounds overdose
  • Iodine poisoning
  • Mercuric oxide overdose
  • Mercuric oxide poisoning
  • Poisoning by ear anti-infective
  • Poisoning by hydrogen peroxide
  • Poisoning by iodide
  • Poisoning by local anti-infective
  • Poisoning by nose anti-infective
  • Poisoning by phenol
  • Poisoning by throat anti-infective
  • Toxic effect of cresol
  • Tretinoin overdose

Tabular List of Diseases and Injuries

The Tabular List of Diseases and Injuries is a list of ICD-10 codes, organized "head to toe" into chapters and sections with guidance for inclusions, exclusions, descriptions and more. The following references for the code T49.0X1 are found in the tabular index:

  • Inclusion Terms:
    • Poisoning by local antifungal, anti-infective and anti-inflammatory drugs NOS

Table of Drugs and Chemicals

The code T49.0X1 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
Acriflavinium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AcrinolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AcrisorcinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AkrinolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AlclometasoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Alkonium (bromide)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AllethrinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AmcinonideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AminacrineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AminoacridineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Ammoniated mercuryT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Antiseptics (external) (medicinal)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ArgyrolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Argyrol
  »ENT agent
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Argyrol
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
AsiaticosideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Azelaic acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
BacimycinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Bacimycin
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Bacitracin zincT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Bacitracin zinc
  »with neomycin
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Bacitracin zinc
  »ENT agent
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Bacitracin zinc
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Bacitracin zinc
  »topical NEC
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Basic fuchsinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
BenisoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Benzalkonium (chloride)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Benzalkonium (chloride)
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Benzethonium (chloride)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Benzoic acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Benzoic acid
  »with salicylic acid
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Benzoxonium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Benzoyl peroxideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
BenzydamineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
BetamethasoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Betamethasone
  »topical
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
BHC (medicinal)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
BHC (medicinal)
  »nonmedicinal (vapor)
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Boracic acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Boracic acid
  »ENT agent
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Boracic acid
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Boric acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Boric acid
  »ENT agent
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Boric acid
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Bromochlorosalicylani-lideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
BromosalicylchloranitideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
BuclosamideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Butoconazole (nitrate)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cadexomer iodineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CalomelT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CamomileT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CandeptinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CandicidinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Carbol fuchsinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CarfusinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Castellani's paintT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CeeprynT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Ceepryn
  »ENT agent
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Ceepryn
  »lozenges
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cetalkonium (chloride)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cethexonium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CetrimideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cetrimonium (bromide)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cetylpyridinium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cetylpyridinium chloride
  »ENT agent
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cetylpyridinium chloride
  »lozenges
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChamomileT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChlordantoinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChlorhexidineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChlorhydroxyquinolinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChlorobutanolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChlorocresolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChloroxylenolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChlorquinaldolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ChlorquinolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Ciclopirox (olamine)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ClobetasolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ClobetasoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ClodantoinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ClofenotaneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ClotrimazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CloxiquineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CordranT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CortisolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cortisol
  »ENT agent
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cortisol
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cortisol
  »topical NEC
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Creosol (compound)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Creosote (coal tar) (beechwood)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Creosote (coal tar) (beechwood)
  »medicinal (expectorant)
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Creosote (coal tar) (beechwood)
  »syrup
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cresol (s)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cresol (s)
  »and soap solution
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cresyl acetateT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Cresylic acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
CrotamitonT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Crystal violetT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Dakin's solutionT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Dequalinium (chloride)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DesonideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DesoximetasoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Dettol (external medication)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DiamthazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Dibromopropamidine isethionateT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DibrompropamidineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DicophaneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DiethyltoluamideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DiflorasoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DiflucortoloneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DimazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DixanthogenT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
DodicinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Dofamium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Domiphen (bromide)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
EconazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
EthacridineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
EuraxT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ExalamideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FenticlorT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Fluclorolone acetonideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FludroxycortideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FlumethasoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Fluocinolone (acetonide)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FluocinonideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Fluocortin (butyl)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FluocortoloneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FluonidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FluormetholoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FluorometholoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Fluorometholone
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FluprednideneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FlurandrenolideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FlurandrenoloneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FlurobateT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
FuracinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Furazolium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Gamma-benzene hexachloride (medicinal)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Gamma-benzene hexachloride (medicinal)
  »nonmedicinal, vapor
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Gamma-BHC (medicinal) [See Also: Gamma-benzene hexachloride]T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
GexaneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Glutaral (medicinal)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Glutaral (medicinal)
  »nonmedicinal
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
GramicidinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HalcinoloneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HalcinonideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HalethazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HalometasoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HaloproginT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HalotexT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HalquinolsT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HedaquiniumT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HexachloropheneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HexamidineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HydrargaphenT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Hydrargyri amino-chloridumT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
HypochloriteT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
IchthammolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodide NEC [See Also: Iodine]T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodide NEC [See Also: Iodine]
  »mercury (ointment)
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodide NEC [See Also: Iodine]
  »methylate
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodide NEC [See Also: Iodine]
  »potassium (expectorant) NEC
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NECT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NEC
  »125 [See Also: Radiation sickness, and Exposure to radioactivce isotopes]
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NEC
  »125 [See Also: Radiation sickness, and Exposure to radioactivce isotopes]
    »therapeutic
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NEC
  »131 [See Also: Radiation sickness, and Exposure to radioactivce isotopes]
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NEC
  »131 [See Also: Radiation sickness, and Exposure to radioactivce isotopes]
    »therapeutic
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NEC
  »diagnostic
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NEC
  »for thyroid conditions (antithyroid)
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NEC
  »solution
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Iodine (antiseptic, external) (tincture) NEC
  »vapor
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
IodoformT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
IsoconazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
KetoconazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
LauroliniumT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
LidexT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
LocortenT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
LysozymeT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MafenideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Malathion (medicinal)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Malathion (medicinal)
  »insecticide
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MaphenideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MedrysoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Melaleuca alternifolia oilT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MerbrominT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Mercaptobenzothiazole saltsT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MercurochromeT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MerthiolateT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Merthiolate
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MesulfenT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MetactesylacetateT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MetaphenT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Methylbenzethonium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MethylrosanilineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Methylrosanilinium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MicatinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MiconazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MometasoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MonistatT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MonosulfiramT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MupirocinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
MyralactT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
NaftifineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
NatamycinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
NitrofuralT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
NitrofurazoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
NitromersolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
NitrozoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
NoxytiolinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Orthoboric acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Orthoboric acid
  »ENT agent
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Orthoboric acid
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
OxiconazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
OxychloroseneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
OxyloneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Oxylone
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Parachlorophenol (camphorated)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Peruvian balsamT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PhenoctideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PhenolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenol
  »disinfectant
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenol
  »in oil injection
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenol
  »medicinal
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenol
  »nonmedicinal NEC
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenol
  »pesticide
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenol
  »red
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PhenothrinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PhenoxyethanolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PhenylmercuricT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenylmercuric
  »acetate
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenylmercuric
  »borate
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Phenylmercuric
  »nitrate
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PiketoprofenT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PolynoxylinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PolyoxymethyleneureaT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PrednicarbateT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ProflavineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PropamidineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PropiolactoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Propionate (calcium) (sodium)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Propion gelT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Pyrethrum extractT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Pyrogallic acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
PyrogallolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Quarternary ammoniumT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Quarternary ammonium
  »anti-infective
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Quarternary ammonium
  »ganglion blocking
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Quarternary ammonium
  »parasympatholytic
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Retinoic acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Salicylhydroxamic acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
SilvadeneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
SilverT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »anti-infectives
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »arsphenamine
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »colloidal
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »nitrate
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »nitrate
    »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »nitrate
    »toughened (keratolytic)
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »nonmedicinal (dust)
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »protein
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »salvarsan
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Silver
  »sulfadiazine
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
SporostacinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Staphisagria or stavesacre (pediculicide)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
SulbentineT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
SulfacetamideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Sulfacetamide
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
SulfamylonT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
SulfiramT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
SynalarT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TerconazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ThimerosalT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Thimerosal
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ThiomersalT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ThymolT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TiclatoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TioconazoleT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TolciclateT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TolnaftateT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TretinoinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TriacetinT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Triclobisonium chlorideT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TriclocarbanT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TriclosanT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
TridesilonT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Undecenoic acidT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
UndecoyliumT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Undecylenic acid (derivatives)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
ValisoneT49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Zephiran (topical)T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6
Zephiran (topical)
  »ophthalmic preparation
T49.0X1T49.0X2T49.0X3T49.0X4T49.0X5T49.0X6

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Medication Errors

Medicines treat infectious diseases, prevent problems from chronic diseases, and ease pain. But medicines can also cause harmful reactions if not used correctly. Errors can happen in the hospital, at the health care provider's office, at the pharmacy, or at home. You can help prevent errors by

  • Knowing your medicines. When you get a prescription, ask the name of the medicine and check to make sure that the pharmacy gave you the right medicine. Make sure that you understand how often you should take the medicine and how long you should take it.
  • Keeping a list of medicines.
    • Write down all of the medicines that you are taking, including the names of your medicines, how much you take, and when you take them. Make sure to include any over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, supplements, and herbs that you take.
    • List the medicines that you are allergic to or that have caused you problems in the past.
    • Take this list with you every time you see a health care provider.
  • Reading medicine labels and following the directions. Don't just rely on your memory - read the medication label every time. Be especially careful when giving medicines to children.
  • Asking questions. If you don't know the answers to these questions, ask your health care provider or pharmacist:
    • Why am I taking this medicine?
    • What are the common side effects?
    • What should I do if I have side effects?
    • When should I stop this medicine?
    • Can I take this medicine with the other medicines and supplements on my list?
    • Do I need to avoid certain foods or alcohol while taking this medicine?

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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.

Index of Diseases and Injuries Definitions

  • And - The word "and" should be interpreted to mean either "and" or "or" when it appears in a title.
  • Code also note - A "code also" note instructs that two codes may be required to fully describe a condition, but this note does not provide sequencing direction.
  • Code first - Certain conditions have both an underlying etiology and multiple body system manifestations due to the underlying etiology. For such conditions, the ICD-10-CM has a coding convention that requires the underlying condition be sequenced first followed by the manifestation. Wherever such a combination exists, there is a "use additional code" note at the etiology code, and a "code first" note at the manifestation code. These instructional notes indicate the proper sequencing order of the codes, etiology followed by manifestation.
  • Type 1 Excludes Notes - A type 1 Excludes note is a pure excludes note. It means "NOT CODED HERE!" An Excludes1 note indicates that the code excluded should never be used at the same time as the code above the Excludes1 note. An Excludes1 is used when two conditions cannot occur together, such as a congenital form versus an acquired form of the same condition.
  • Type 2 Excludes Notes - A type 2 Excludes note represents "Not included here". An excludes2 note indicates that the condition excluded is not part of the condition represented by the code, but a patient may have both conditions at the same time. When an Excludes2 note appears under a code, it is acceptable to use both the code and the excluded code together, when appropriate.
  • Includes Notes - This note appears immediately under a three character code title to further define, or give examples of, the content of the category.
  • Inclusion terms - List of terms is included under some codes. These terms are the conditions for which that code is to be used. The terms may be synonyms of the code title, or, in the case of "other specified" codes, the terms are a list of the various conditions assigned to that code. The inclusion terms are not necessarily exhaustive. Additional terms found only in the Alphabetic Index may also be assigned to a code.
  • NEC "Not elsewhere classifiable" - This abbreviation in the Alphabetic Index represents "other specified". When a specific code is not available for a condition, the Alphabetic Index directs the coder to the "other specified” code in the Tabular List.
  • NOS "Not otherwise specified" - This abbreviation is the equivalent of unspecified.
  • See - The "see" instruction following a main term in the Alphabetic Index indicates that another term should be referenced. It is necessary to go to the main term referenced with the "see" note to locate the correct code.
  • See Also - A "see also" instruction following a main term in the Alphabetic Index instructs that there is another main term that may also be referenced that may provide additional Alphabetic Index entries that may be useful. It is not necessary to follow the "see also" note when the original main term provides the necessary code.
  • 7th Characters - Certain ICD-10-CM categories have applicable 7th characters. The applicable 7th character is required for all codes within the category, or as the notes in the Tabular List instruct. The 7th character must always be the 7th character in the data field. If a code that requires a 7th character is not 6 characters, a placeholder X must be used to fill in the empty characters.
  • With - The word "with" should be interpreted to mean "associated with" or "due to" when it appears in a code title, the Alphabetic Index, or an instructional note in the Tabular List. The word "with" in the Alphabetic Index is sequenced immediately following the main term, not in alphabetical order.