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ICD 10 coding tips for Zoonotic Bacterial Diseases

ICD 10 coding tips for Zoonotic Bacterial Diseases

Many ICD 10 codes have been added for Bacterial diseases. There ICD 10 codes are very specific for each bacterial disease. As we know, there are many bacterial diseases like plaque, anthrax  etc.These diseases and infection have a particular specific ICD 10 code. Some of these diseases need an additional code for more specificity. Hence, it is very important to learn about all these bacterial disease and infections which are commonly coded by medical coders. So, let see the list of these ICD 10 codes for bacterial diseases.

 

Certain zoonotic bacterial diseases (A20-A28)

A20 Plague

Includes: infection due to Yersinia pestis

A20.0 Bubonic plague

A20.1 Cellulocutaneous plague

A20.2 Pneumonic plague

A20.3 Plague meningitis

A20.7 Septicemic plague

A20.8 Other forms of plague

Abortive plague Asymptomatic plague Pestis minor

A20.9 Plague, unspecified

A21 Tularemia

Includes: deer-fly fever

infection due to Francisella tularensis rabbit fever

A21.0 Ulceroglandular tularemia

A21.1 Oculoglandular tularemia

Ophthalmic tularemia

A21.2 Pulmonary tularemia

A21.3 Gastrointestinal tularemia

Abdominal tularemia

A21.7 Generalized tularemia

A21.8 Other forms of tularemia

A21.9 Tularemia, unspecified

A22 Anthrax

Includes: infection due to Bacillus anthracis

A22.0 Cutaneous anthrax

Malignant carbuncle Malignant pustule

A22.1 Pulmonary anthrax

Inhalation anthrax

Ragpicker’s disease

Woolsorter’s disease

A22.2 Gastrointestinal anthrax

A22.7 Anthrax sepsis

A22.8 Other forms of anthrax

Anthrax meningitis

A22.9 Anthrax, unspecified

A23 Brucellosis

Includes: Malta fever Mediterranean fever undulant fever

A23.0 Brucellosis due to Brucella melitensis

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A23.1 Brucellosis due to Brucella abortus

A23.2 Brucellosis due to Brucella suis

A23.3 Brucellosis due to Brucella canis

A23.8 Other brucellosis

A23.9 Brucellosis, unspecified

A24 Glanders and melioidosis

A24.0 Glanders

Infection due to Pseudomonas mallei Malleus

A24.1 Acute and fulminating melioidosis

Melioidosis pneumonia Melioidosis sepsis

A24.2 Subacute and chronic melioidosis

A24.3 Other melioidosis A24.9 Melioidosis, unspecified

Infection due to Pseudomonas pseudomallei NOS

Whitmore’s disease

A25 Rat-bite fevers

A25.0 Spirillosis

Sodoku

A25.1 Streptobacillosis

Epidemic arthritic erythema

Haverhill fever

Streptobacillary rat-bite fever

A25.9 Rat-bite fever, unspecified

A26 Erysipeloid

A26.0 Cutaneous erysipeloid

Erythema migrans

A26.7 Erysipelothrix sepsis

A26.8 Other forms of erysipeloid

A26.9 Erysipeloid, unspecified

A27 Leptospirosis

A27.0 Leptospirosis icterohemorrhagica

Leptospiral or spirochetal jaundice (hemorrhagic)

Weil’s disease

A27.8 Other forms of leptospirosis

A27.81 Aseptic meningitis in leptospirosis

A27.89 Other forms of leptospirosis

A27.9 Leptospirosis, unspecified

A28 Other zoonotic bacterial diseases, not elsewhere classified

A28.0 Pasteurellosis

A28.1 Cat-scratch disease

Cat-scratch fever

A28.2 Extraintestinal yersiniosis

Excludes1: enteritis due to Yersinia enterocolitica (A04.6) plague (A20.-)

A28.8 Other specified zoonotic bacterial diseases, not elsewhere classified

A28.9 Zoonotic bacterial disease,

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