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  • code for adverse effect, if applicable, to identify drug (T36-T50
    ICD-10-CM Range T36-T50

    Poisoning by, adverse effect of and underdosing of drugs, medicaments and biological substances

    Code First
    • , for adverse effects, the nature of the adverse effect, such as:
    • adverse effect NOS (T88.7)
    • aspirin gastritis (K29.-)
    • blood disorders (D56-D76)
    • contact dermatitis (L23-L25)
    • dermatitis due to substances taken internally (L27.-)
    • nephropathy (N14.0-N14.2)
    Includes
    • adverse effect of correct substance properly administered
    • poisoning by overdose of substance
    • poisoning by wrong substance given or taken in error
    • underdosing by (inadvertently) (deliberately) taking less substance than prescribed or instructed
    Note
    • The drug giving rise to the adverse effect should be identified by use of codes from categories T36-T50 with fifth or sixth character 5.
    Type 1 Excludes
    • toxic reaction to local anesthesia in pregnancy (O29.3-)
    Type 2 Excludes
    • abuse and dependence of psychoactive substances (F10-F19)
    • abuse of non-dependence-producing substances (F55.-)
    • drug reaction and poisoning affecting newborn (P00-P96)
    • pathological drug intoxication (inebriation) (F10-F19)
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    • code(s) to specify:
    • manifestations of poisoning
    • underdosing or failure in dosage during medical and surgical care (Y63.6, Y63.8-Y63.9)
    • underdosing of medication regimen (Z91.12-, Z91.13-)
    • T36 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T37 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T38 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T39 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T40 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T41 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T42 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T43 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T44 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T45 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T46 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T47 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T48 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T49 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    • T50 Poisoning by, adverse effect of and unde...
    with fifth or sixth character 5)
Clinical Information
  • A chronic erythematous skin disorder that affects the face. It is characterized by the development of redness in the cheeks, nose, and/or forehead and telangiectasia. Sometimes, the erythematous changes may involve the eyelids.
  • A cutaneous disorder primarily of convexities of the central part of the face, such as forehead; cheek; nose; and chin. It is characterized by flushing; erythema; edema; rhinophyma; papules; and ocular symptoms. It may occur at any age but typically after age 30. There are various subtypes of rosacea: erythematotelangiectatic, papulopustular, phymatous, and ocular (national rosacea society's expert committee on the classification and staging of rosacea, j am acad dermatol 2002; 46:584-7).
  • An acne like skin disease occurring mostly in middle aged adults
  • Rosacea is a long-term disease that affects your skin and sometimes your eyes. It causes redness and pimples. Rosacea is most common in women and people with fair skin. It usually starts between age 30 and 60.in most cases, rosacea only affects the face. Symptoms can include
    • frequent redness of the face, or flushing
    • small, red lines under the skin
    • acne
    • a swollen nose
    • thick skin, usually on the forehead, chin and cheeks
    • red, dry, itchy eyes and sometimes vision problems
    no one knows what causes rosacea. You may be more likely to have it if you blush a lot or if rosacea runs in your family. Rosacea is not dangerous. It can be treated with medications and sometimes surgery. nih: national institute of arthritis and musculoskeletal and skin diseases
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