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ICD-10 codes


The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) codes used for the calculation of avoidable and ambulatory sensitive hospitalisations and avoidable and amenable mortality are presented in Tables 45 to 49 below. For the Excel tables of deaths by cause, hospitalisations by cause, mental disorders, hospitalisations for injuries by external cause, and cancer registrations, the codes are listed in Appendix 2 of Hauora: Māori Standards of Health IV. For other tables, the ICD codes are listed in the accompanying Excel tables.

Table : Potentially avoidable hospitalisation ICD-10 codes for children aged 1 month to 14 years



Condition

ICD-10-AM code

Acute bronchiolitis

J21

Acute rheumatic fever

I00–I02

Acute upper respiratory tract infection excluding croup

J00–J03, J06

Asthma

J45, J46

Bacterial meningitis*

G00, G01

Bacterial/Unspecified pneumonia

J13–J16, J18

Bronchiectasis

J47

Constipation

K59.0

Chronic rheumatic heart disease

I05–I09

Croup, acute laryngitis, tracheitis

J04, J05.0

Dental (dental caries, pulp, periodontal)

K02, K04, K05

Dermatitis/eczema

L20–L30

Febrile convulsions

R560

Gastroenteritis

A00–A09, K529, R11,

Gastro oesophageal reflux

K21

Meningococcal disease

A39

Nutritional deficiency

D50–D53, E40–E64,

Otitis media

H65–H67

Osteomyelitis

M86

Skin infection

H00.0, H01.0, J34.0, L00–L05, L08, L98.0

Tuberculosis

A15–A19

Urinary tract infection ≥ 5 years

N10, N12, N13.6, N30.0, N30.9, N39.0,

Vaccine preventable diseases: tetanus neonatorum congenital rubella

P350, A33, A34

tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, polio, hepatitis B

A35, A36, A37, A80, B16, B18.0, B18.1

measles, rubella, mumps

B05, B06, B26, M01.4

Viral pneumonia

J12, J10.0, J11.0

Viral /other / unspecified meningitis

A87, G02, G03

Viral infection of unspecified site

B34

Source: Anderson et al (2012)
Notes:
Includes all acute admissions and arranged admissions that were admitted within 7 days.
Waiting list admissions were excluded, apart from dental admissions which were all included.
Admissions were included for patients aged 29 days through to 14 years, at admission.

Table : Ambulatory care sensitive hospitalisation ICD-10 codes for children aged 1 month to 14 years



Condition

ICD-10-AM code

Acute rheumatic fever

I00–I02

Acute upper respiratory tract infections excluding croup

J00–J03, J06

Asthma

J45, J46

Bacterial/Unspecified pneumonia

J13–J16, J18

Bronchiectasis

J47

Constipation

K59.0

Chronic rheumatic heart disease

I05–I09

Dental (dental caries, pulp, periodontal)

K02, K04, K05

Dermatitis/eczema

L20–L30

Gastroenteritis

A02–A09, K529, R11

Gastro oesophageal reflux

K21

Nutritional deficiency

D50–D53, E40–E64

Otitis media

H65–H67

Skin infection

L00–L04, L08, L98.0, J34.0, H01.0, H00.0

Urinary tract infection ≥ 5 years

N10, N12, N136, N30.0, N30.9, N39.0

Vaccine preventable diseases: tetanus neonatorum congenital rubella

P350, A33, A34

> 6 months: tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, polio, hepatitis B

A35, A36, A37, A80, B16, B18.0, B18.1

> 16 months: measles, rubella, mumps

B05, B06, B26, M01.4

Source: Anderson et al (2012)
Notes:
Includes all acute admissions and arranged admissions that were admitted within 7 days.
Waiting list admissions were excluded, apart from dental admissions which were all included.
Admissions were included for patients aged 29 days through to 14 years, at admission.

Table : Ambulatory care sensitive hospitalisation ICD-10 codes for people aged 1 month to 74 years

Condition

ICD-10 code

Gastroenteritis/dehydration

A02–A09, K52.9, R11

Vaccine preventable disease MMR

B05*, B06*, B26*, M01.4*, P35.0

Vaccine preventable disease Other ‡

A33–A37, A40.3, A80, B16, B18

Sexually transmitted infections §

A50–A59, A60, A63, A64, I98.0, M02.3, M03.1, M73.0, M73.1, N29.0, N34.1

Cervical cancer §

C53

Nutrition deficiency and anaemia

D50–D53, E40–E46, E50–E64, M83.3§

Diabetes §

E10–E14, E162

Epilepsy §

G40, G41, O15, R56.0, R56.8

Upper respiratory and ENT

H65, H66, H67, J00–J04, J06

Rheumatic fever/heart disease

I00, I01, I02, I05–I09

Hypertensive disease §

I10–I15, I67.4

Angina and chest pain † §

I20, R07.2–R07.4

Myocardial infarction † §

I21–I23, I24.1

Other ischaemic heart disease † §

I24.0, I24.8, I24.9, I25

Congestive heart failure §

I50, J81

Stroke † §

I61, I63–I66

Pneumonia

J13–J16, J18

Asthma

J45, J46

Bronchiectasis ||

J47

Dental conditions

K02, K04, K05

Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease

K21

Peptic ulcer §

K25–K28

Constipation

K590

Cellulitis

H00.0, H01.0, J34.0, L01–L04, L08, L98.0

Dermatitis and eczema

L20–L30

Kidney/urinary infection¶

N10, N12, N13.6, N30.9, N39.0

Source: Ministry of Health
Notes:
Acute and arranged (occurring in less than 7 days of decision) admissions, except dental where elective admission are also included.
Excluding discharges from an emergency department with one day of stay or shorter.
* Aged 15 months to 14 years.
† Each admission counts as a half.
‡ Aged six months to 14 years.
§ Aged 15 years and over.
|| Aged more than 15 years.
¶ Aged 5 years and over.

Table : Avoidable mortality ICD-10 codes

Condition

ICD-10-AM

Tuberculosis

A15–A19, B90

Selected invasive bacterial and protozoal infection

A38–A41, A46, A48.1, B50–B54, G00, G03, J02.0, J13–J15, J18, L03

Hepatitis

B15–B19

HIV/AIDS

B20–B24

Viral pneumonia and influenza

J10, J12, J17.1, J21

Lip, oral cavity and pharynx cancers

C00–C14

Oesophageal cancer

C15

Stomach cancer

C16

Colorectal cancer

C18–C21

Liver cancer

C22

Lung cancer

C33–C34

Bone and cartilage cancer

C40–C41*

Melanoma of skin

C43

Non-melanotic skin cancer

C44

Breast cancer (female only)

C50

Uterine cancer

C54–C55

Cervical cancer

C53

Prostate

C61*

Testis

C62*

Bladder cancer

C67

Thyroid cancer

C73

Hodgkin’s disease

C81

Lymphoid leukaemia, acute/chronic

C91.0, C91.1

Benign tumours

D10–D36

Thyroid disorders

E00–E07

Diabetes

E10–E14**

Alcohol-related diseases

F10, I42.6, K29.2, K70

Illicit drug use disorders

F11–F16, F18–F19

Epilepsy

G40–G41

Rheumatic and other valvular heart diseases

I01–I09, I33–I37*

Hypertensive heart disease

I10*, I11

Ischaemic heart disease

I20–I25

Heart failure

I50*

Cerebrovascular diseases

I60–I69

Aortic aneurysm

I71

Nephritis and nephrosis

I12–I13, N00–N09, N17–N19

Obstructive uropathy and prostatic hyperplasia

N13, N20–N21, N35, N40, N99.1

DVT with pulmonary embolism

I26, I80.2

COPD

J40–J44***

Asthma

J45–J46***

Peptic ulcer disease

K25–K28

Acute abdomen, appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, cholecystitis/lithiasis, pancreatitis, hernia

K35–K38, K40–K46, K80–K83, K85–K86, K91.5

Chronic liver disease (excluding alcohol related disease)

K73, K74

Complications of pregnancy

O00–O96*, O98–O99*

Birth defects

H31.1, P00, P04, Q00–Q99

Complications of perinatal period

P01–P02*, P03, P05–P95

Road traffic injuries

V01–V04, V06, V09–V80, V82−V86*, V87, V88.0−V88.5*, V88.7−V88.9*, V89, V98*, V99

Accidental poisonings

X40–X49

Falls

W00–W19

Fires

X00–X09

Drownings

W65–W74

Suicide and self-inflicted injuries

X60–X84, Y87.0

Violence

X85–Y09, Y87.1

Event of undetermined intent

Y10–Y34, Y87.2****

Treatment injury

Y60–Y82*

Notes: *Added from amenable mortality
**E09 should be added if using ICD-10 AM version 3 or higher.
***All ages added from amenable mortality
****Y87.2 added by authors for completeness

Table : Amenable mortality ICD-10 codes

Group

Condition

ICD-10

Infections

Pulmonary tuberculosis

A15−A16

Meningococcal disease

A39

Pneumococcal disease

A40.3, G00.1, J13

HIV/AIDS

B20–B24

Cancers

Stomach

C16

Rectum

C19–C21

Bone and cartilage

C40–C41

Melanoma

C43

Female breast

C50

Cervix

C53

Testis

C62

Prostate

C61

Thyroid

C73

Hodgkin’s

C81

Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (age 0–44 years)

C91.0

Maternal and infant

Complications of pregnancy

O00–O96, O98–O99

Complications of the perinatal period

P01–P03, P05–P94

Cardiac septal defect

Q21

Chronic disorders

Diabetes

E10–E14*

Valvular heart disease

I01, I05–I09, I33–I37

Hypertensive diseases

I10–I13

Coronary disease

I20–I25

Heart failure

I50

Cerebrovascular diseases

I60–I69

Renal failure

N17–N19

Pulmonary embolism

I26

COPD

J40-J44

Asthma

J45–J46

Peptic ulcer disease

K25–K27

Cholelithiasis

K80

Injuries

Suicide

X60–X84

Land transport accidents (excluding trains)

V01–V04,V06−V14, V16−V24, V26−V34, V36−V44, V46−V54, V56−V64, V66−V74, V76−V79, V80.0−V80.5, V80.7−V80.9, V82−V86, V87.0−V87.5, V87.7−V87.9, V88.0−V88.5, V88.7−V88.9, V89, V98−V99

Falls (accidental fall on same level)

W00−W08, W18

Fire, smoke or flames

X00–X09

Treatment injury

Y60–Y82

Source: Ministry of Health 2010
Note: * E09 should be added if using ICD-10 AM version 3 or higher.

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1 The use of the 2001 Māori population standard makes the age-standardised data in this report comparable to the Ministry of Health’s Māori health chartbooks, but not to other Ministry of Health documents which use the World Health Organisation’s world population.

Auckland DHB Māori Health Profile 2015 (Draft - not for circulation)



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