ICD-10 Diagnosis Code T39.2X6

Underdosing of pyrazolone derivatives

Diagnosis Code T39.2X6

ICD-10: T39.2X6
Short Description: Underdosing of pyrazolone derivatives
Long Description: Underdosing of pyrazolone derivatives
This is the 2018 version of the ICD-10-CM diagnosis code T39.2X6

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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)
      • Nonopioid analgesics, antipyretics and antirheumatics (T39)

Table of Drugs and Chemicals

The code T39.2X6 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
AmidopyrineT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
AminofenazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
AminophenazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
AminopyrineT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
AnalginT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
AntipyrineT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
AzapropazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
ButazolidinT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
ClofezoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
DiphenylbutazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
DipyroneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
FenazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
FenylbutazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
FeprazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
HydroxyphenylbutazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
IndocinT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
IsopropylaminophenazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
KebuzoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
KetazonT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Metamizole sodiumT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
MethampyroneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
MofebutazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
MonophenylbutazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Myochrysin (e)T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
NifenazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
NoramidopyrineT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Noramidopyrine
  »methanesulfonate sodium
T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
OxyphenbutazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
PhenazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
PhenylT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Phenyl
  »butazone
T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Phenyl
  »enediamine
T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Phenyl
  »hydrazine
T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Phenyl
  »hydrazine
    »antineoplastic
T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Phenyl
  »mercuric compounds
T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Phenyl
  »salicylate
T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
PhenylbutazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
PropyphenazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
PyramidonT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Pyrazole (derivatives)T39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Pyrazolone analgesic NECT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
RamifenazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
SulfamazoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
SulfamidopyrineT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
SulpyrineT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
SuxibuzoneT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6
Tandearil, tanderilT39.2X1T39.2X2T39.2X3T39.2X4T39.2X5T39.2X6

Information for Patients


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