Key Points of diabetes ICD 10
One of the biggest differences that you should know between ICD-9 and ICD-10 is about the organization for the diabetes mellitus coding. This diabetes icd 10 organizes the diabetes mellitus manifestations, diagnoses and complications into 5 categories, they are:
– E08: having diabetes mellitus because of underling condition
– E09: chemicals or drugs which induced the diabetes mellitus
– E10: type I of diabetes mellitus
– E11: type II of diabetes mellitus
– E13: the other diabetes mellitus
However, you should note that the first 3 of character in this ICD-10 represent the category in the code.
– Category E-08 codes represent the diabetes from the underlying condition. For example, diabetes mellitus occurs as the result from malnutrition or pancreatitis.
– Category E09 represent diabetes as the result from the patient who taking drugs, certain chemicals or toxin.
– Category E13 diabetes occurs because of other underlying condition as mentioned above.
The Tabular Instructional Notes in ICD-10-CM
The inclusion notes of diabetes mellitus tabula were introduced in the term of “includes” and occur in the beginning of each category. Categories in E10-E13 inclusion notes for notes further or give the content sample in each category, as well as illustrated above. Similar with ICD-9-CM, code first and use additional code occur in several diabetes mellitus categories and subcategories which requiring the underlying condition that should be sequenced first, followed by manifestations as well. The use additional code note occurs on the code of etiology code and the code first note in the manifestation code.
The diabetes code in ICD-10-CM become the combination that involving of diabetes mellitus, the body system which had been affected and the complication which affecting that body system. this example bellow apply ICD-10-CM and diabetes mellitus in E08-E13 that illustrate the combination of diabetes mellitus code and the code specify as well.
Firstly, you should suppose the patient who have diabetic chronic with kidney disease in stage 3. A patient who had type II diabetes and consume insulin on their daily basis. So, the right code assignment will be:
– E11.22, diabetes mellitus in Type II along with chronically kidney disease
– N18.3, disease of chronically kidney in stage III (moderate)
– Z79.4. using long term of insulin (currently)
Several key points:
– ICD 1o organizing the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus, complications and manifestation in 5 categories.
– When the combination codes do not describe fully the complication or manifestations which not only use the combination code, but also us the additional code to complete the description of diagnostic.
– ICD-10 also use the combination code in 5 categories of diabetes mellitus to describe each type of diabetes that patients have, involving the body system and complication which resulting from the diabetes.
As mentioned before that ICD-10 using the combination codes between 5 categories of diabetes mellitus above in order to describe the type of diabetes which patient has. You can check more sources to find out more information about diabetes icd 10 and help you more understanding about this diabetes code.