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Assign the outcome of delivery code to this case. Delivery of twins, both stillborn.
Admission for intravenous antibiotic therapy of patient who delivered a single liveborn at home two weeks ago; lactating patient now suffering an abscess of the nipple.
Intrauterine pregnancy, 20 weeks; long-standing essential hypertension being monitored closely. What is the principal or first-listed code?
Intrauterine pregnancy, 20 weeks; long-standing essential hypertension being monitored closely. What is the secondary code?
Extraperitoneal C-section, low transverse incision.
The diagnosis is elective sterilization, patient request.
The procedure is vasectomy, bilateral (percutaneous) (a portion of the vas deferens is excised).
Encounter for testing of male for genetic disease carrier status (patient's wife planning on pregnancy).
Visit for procreative counseling using natural family planning.
Term pregnancy, 39 weeks delivered, single stillborn, left occipitoanterior. Terminal abruptio placentae. Cord wrapped tightly around neck with compression. Code the diagnoses only.
O45.93, O69.1xx0, O36.4xx0, Z37.1, Z3A.39
Twin pregnancy, 38 weeks gestation, with malposition fetus 1. One liveborn twin, one stillborn (fetus 1), two placentae and two amniotic sacs. Low cervical cesarean section.
O32.9xx1, O30.043, O36.4xx1, Z37.3, Z3A.38, 10D00Z1
Woman is admitted to the hospital and delivers a healthy baby. Four years ago, the woman used heroin and cocaine and currently is receiving prescribed methadone as a result of past dependence. She had a normal single liveborn without complications. The final diagnoses are "Term, 40 weeks gestation, manually assisted delivery, and methadone dependence."
O99.324, F11.20, Z37.0, Z3A.40, 10E0XZZ