ICD-9 Diagnosis Code V64.2

No proc/patient decision

Diagnosis Code V64.2

ICD-9: V64.2
Short Description: No proc/patient decision
Long Description: Surgical or other procedure not carried out because of patient's decision
This is the 2014 version of the ICD-9-CM diagnosis code V64.2

Code Classification
  • Supplementary classification of factors influencing health status and contact with health services (E)
    • Persons encountering health services in other circumstances (V60-V69)
      • V64 Persons encountering health services for specific procedures, not carried out

Information for Medical Professionals

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  • 10 year examination not wanted
  • 15 year examination not wanted
  • 18 month examination not wanted
  • 2.5 year examination not wanted
  • 3.5 year examination not wanted
  • 4.5 year examination not wanted
  • 8-9 month exam not wanted
  • Abdominal aortic aneurysm screening declined
  • Administration of blood product declined
  • Alcohol consumption screening test declined
  • Angiocardiography declined
  • Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor declined
  • Angiotensin II receptor antagonist declined
  • Ankle brachial pressure index test declined
  • Antenatal amniocentesis - not wanted
  • Antenatal care: not wanted
  • Antenatal screening declined
  • Anticoagulation declined
  • Antiviral therapy declined
  • Aspirin prophylaxis refused
  • Assessment examination refused
  • Beta blocker therapy refused
  • Bisphosphonates declined
  • Blood glucose test declined
  • Blood pressure procedure refused
  • Blood transfusion declined
  • Booster meningitis C vaccination declined
  • Bupropion refused
  • Ca cervix screening - not wanted
  • Calcium channel blocker declined
  • Cardiac rehabilitation declined
  • Cardiovascular disease risk assessment declined
  • Carotid artery doppler declined
  • Carvedilol therapy declined
  • Cervical smear refused
  • Child 1 year examination not wanted
  • Child 21 month examination not wanted
  • Child 3 year exam not wanted
  • Child 39 month examination not wanted
  • Child 6 month examination not wanted
  • Child 6 week examination not wanted
  • Child 8 week examination not wanted
  • Child surveillance not wanted
  • Chlamydia screening declined
  • Clopidogrel declined
  • Combined calcium and vitamin D3 preparation declined
  • Computed tomography scan brain declined
  • Congenital hypothyroidism screening declined
  • Coronary arteriography declined
  • Coronary heart disease monitoring refused
  • Counseling declined
  • Cystic fibrosis screening declined
  • Deferred antibiotic therapy
  • Diabetic foot examination declined
  • Diabetic retinopathy screening refused
  • Diagnostic procedure declined
  • Diuretic declined
  • Double test not wanted
  • Drug declined by patient
  • Drug declined by patient - alternative therapy
  • Drug declined by patient - cannot pay script
  • Drug declined by patient - dislikes taste
  • Drug declined by patient - inconvenient
  • Drug declined by patient - problem swallowing
  • Drug declined by patient - reason unknown
  • Drug declined by patient - side effects
  • Drugs not taken/completed
  • Dual X-ray absorptiometry scan declined
  • Echocardiogram declined
  • Exercise tolerance test refused
  • Foot pulse check declined
  • Health education not wanted
  • Home oxygen therapy declined
  • Hypertension treatment refused
  • Lipid lowering therapy declined
  • Long acting reversible contraception declined
  • Magnetic resonance imaging scan declined
  • Maternal postnatal examination refused
  • Measurement of waist circumference declined
  • Medication refused
  • Medication review declined
  • Medium-chain acyl-coenzyme A dehydrogenase deficiency screening test declined
  • Multidisciplinary team falls assessment declined
  • Nebivolol therapy refused
  • Nicotine replacement therapy refused
  • Nitrate declined
  • Osteoporosis risk assessment refused
  • Patient declined anti-cancer treatment
  • Patient refused hematology test
  • Patient refused laboratory test
  • Phenylketonuria screening declined
  • Primary health care team falls assessment declined
  • Procedure not wanted
  • Procedure refused
  • Procedure refused - uncooperative
  • Radiographic imaging procedure refused
  • Referral declined by patient
  • Referral to chiropodist declined
  • Referral to dietician declined
  • Referral to specialist alcohol treatment service declined by patient
  • Refusal of treatment by patient
  • Refusal of treatment by patient against dental advice
  • Refused procedure - after thought
  • Refused referral to minor ailments clinic
  • Refuses diabetes monitoring
  • Selective estrogen receptor modulator declined
  • Sickle cell screening declined
  • Spirometry test declined
  • Statin declined
  • Strontium ranelate declined
  • Thrombolytic therapy refused
  • Urine dipstick test declined
  • Vascular disease risk assessment declined
  • Vitamin K prophylaxis declined
  • Warfarin declined
  • Weight management advice declined

Index of Diseases and Injuries
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Information for Patients

Patient Rights

As a patient, you have certain rights. Some are guaranteed by federal law, such as the right to get a copy of your medical records, and the right to keep them private. Many states have additional laws protecting patients, and healthcare facilities often have a patient bill of rights.

An important patient right is informed consent. This means that if you need a treatment, your health care provider must give you the information you need to make a decision.

Many hospitals have patient advocates who can help you if you have problems. Many states have an ombudsman office for problems with long term care. Your state's department of health may also be able to help.

  • Informed consent - adults

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