ICD-10 Diagnosis Code T52.4X4

Toxic effect of ketones, undetermined

Diagnosis Code T52.4X4

ICD-10: T52.4X4
Short Description: Toxic effect of ketones, undetermined
Long Description: Toxic effect of ketones, undetermined
This is the 2019 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code T52.4X4

Not Valid for Submission
The code T52.4X4 is a "header" and not valid for submission for HIPAA-covered transactions.

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 organic solvents (T52)
Version 2019 Non-Billable Code Poisoning Undetermined

Information for Medical Professionals

Diagnostic Related Groups
The diagnosis code T52.4X4 is grouped in the following Diagnostic Related Group(s) (MS-DRG V35.0)

  • 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 T52.4X4 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
Acetone (oils)T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Acetone (oils)
  »chlorinated
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Acetone (oils)
  »vapor
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
AcetophenoneT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Butanone, 2-butanoneT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
CyclohexanoneT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Diacetone alcoholT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Hexanone, 2-hexanoneT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
HexoneT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Hydroxymethylpenta-noneT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
KetolsT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Ketone oilsT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
MEK (methyl ethyl ketone)T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
MethylT52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »acetate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »acetone
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »acrylate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »alcohol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »aminophenol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »amphetamine
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »androstanolone
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »atropine
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »benzene
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »benzoate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »benzol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »bromide (gas)
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »bromide (gas)
    »fumigant
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »butanol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »carbinol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »carbonate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »CCNU
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »cellosolve
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »cellulose
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »chloride (gas)
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »chloroformate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »cyclohexane
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »cyclohexanol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »cyclohexanone
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »cyclohexyl acetate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »demeton
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »dihydromorphinone
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »ergometrine
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »ergonovine
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »ethyl ketone
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »glucamine antimonate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »hydrazine
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »iodide
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »isobutyl ketone
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »isothiocyanate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »mercaptan
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »morphine NEC
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »nicotinate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »paraben
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »parafynol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »parathion
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »peridol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »phenidate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »prednisolone
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »prednisolone
    »ENT agent
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »prednisolone
    »ophthalmic preparation
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »prednisolone
    »topical NEC
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »propylcarbinol
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »rosaniline NEC
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »salicylate
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »sulfate (fumes)
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »sulfate (fumes)
    »liquid
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »sulfonal
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »testosterone
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4
Methyl
  »thiouracil
T52.4X1T52.4X2T52.4X3T52.4X4

ICD-10 Footnotes

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