ICD-10 Diagnosis Code X00.8XXS

Oth exposure to uncontrolled fire in bldg, sequela

Diagnosis Code X00.8XXS

ICD-10: X00.8XXS
Short Description: Oth exposure to uncontrolled fire in bldg, sequela
Long Description: Other exposure to uncontrolled fire in building or structure, sequela
This is the 2018 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code X00.8XXS

Valid for Submission
The code X00.8XXS is valid for submission for HIPAA-covered transactions.

Code Classification
  • External causes of morbidity and mortality (V01–Y98)
    • Exposure to smoke, fire and flames (X00-X08)
      • Exposure to uncontrolled fire in building or structure (X00)

Information for Medical Professionals

Convert to ICD-9
  • E929.4 - Late eff fire acc (Approximate Flag)

Synonyms
  • Accident caused by carbon monoxide from conflagration in public building
  • Accident caused by exhaustion of oxygen by conflagration in commercial premises
  • Accident caused by exhaustion of oxygen by conflagration in private dwelling
  • Accident caused by exhaustion of oxygen by conflagration in public building
  • Accident caused by fumes from burning plastic in conflagration in commercial premises
  • Accident caused by fumes from burning plastic in conflagration in public building
  • Accident caused by fumes from burning polyurethane in conflagration in a private dwelling
  • Accident caused by fumes from burning polyurethane in conflagration in public building
  • Accident caused by fumes from burning polyurethane in conflagration on commercial premises
  • Accident caused by fumes from burning PVC in conflagration in commercial premises
  • Accident caused by fumes from burning PVC in conflagration in public building
  • Accident caused by noxious fumes from conflagration in commercial premises
  • Accident caused by noxious fumes from conflagration in private dwelling
  • Accident caused by noxious fumes from conflagration in public building
  • Accident caused by noxious fumes from conflagration in public building
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in apartment
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in barn
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in boarding house
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in camping place
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in church
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in convalescent home
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in dormitory of educational institution
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in factory
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in farm outbuildings
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in farmhouse
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in hospital
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in lodging house
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in mobile home
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in private dwelling
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in private garage
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in rooming house
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in school
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in store
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in tenement
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in theatre
  • Carbon monoxide fumes from conflagration in travel trailer
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in apartment
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in barn
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in boarding house
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in camping place
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in church
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in convalescent home
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in dormitory of educational institution
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in factory
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in farm outbuildings
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in farmhouse
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in hospital
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in hotel
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in house
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in lodging house
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in mobile home
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in private dwelling
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in private garage
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in rooming house
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in school
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in store
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in tenement
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in theatre
  • Fumes from combustion of polyvinylchloride and similar material in conflagration, in travel trailer

ICD-10 Footnotes

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