REGARDING SIGNS & SYMPTOMS RELATED TO DISEASES & CONDITIONS? T/F
...sign; objective evidence of disease that can be observed by physician, symptoms: subjective observation reported by the patient but not confirmed objectively by the physician
LATE EFFECTS & RESIDUAL CONDITIONS(ACUTE INJURY & ILLNESS)? T/F
report late effects codes when the acute phase of the illness or injury has passed buut a residual remains...
HOW ARE CODES FOR RESIDUAL & LATE AFFECTS SEQUENCED? T/F
condition or nature of the late effect is first, the late effect code is second
COMBINATION CODES? T/F
single code used to classify 2 diagnosis, a diagnosis w/associated secondary process(manifistation), a diagnosis w.associated complications...
CAUSE & EFFECT RELATIONSHIP W/ HYPERTENSION? T/F
SITE IN WHICH A MALIGNANT NEOPLASM HAS SPREAD TO IS CALLED WHAT? T/F
WHAT IS STATUS ASTHMATICUS? T/F
most severe form of asthma attach & can last for days or weeks
FOR A GASTROINTESTINAL HEMMORAGE TO BE CODED, THE PATIENT MUST BE ACTIVELY BLEEDING? T/F
WHAT IS AN EPTOPIC PREGNANCY? T/F
fertilized ovum implants outside the uterus, usually in fallopian tube.
WHAT IS THE PERINATAL PERIOD? T/F
extends through the 28 days following birth
WHEN SHOULD A CODE FROM CHAPTER 16 NOT BE ASSIGNED? T/F
when a difinative diagnosis is available
WHEN DOES AN ADVERSE AFFECT OCCUR?..E CODES T/F
when a drug has been correctly prescribed & properly administered and patient developes a reaction
HOW DO YOU CODE A POISONING? WHAT SECTION? T/F
table of drugs & chemicals
HOW MANY ALPHANUMERICAL CHARACTERS ARE IN THE ICD10 CODES.. MAX/MIN? T/F
IS THE AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ICD10? T/F
IS THE CMS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ICD10? T/F
THE TABULAR LIST CONTAINS GRIDS THAT REPRESENT THE LAST 4 CHARACTERS OF A PROCEDURE CODE (ICD10)? T/F
TOOTH EXTRACTION? T/F
applies when one code fully describes the condition
KNOW THE TERMS THAT INVOLVE THE THREATENED CONDITION?
CODING... THREATEN SPONTANEOUS ABORTION..AKA MISCARRIAGE?
COUGH DUE TO PNEUMONIA?
DEHYDRATION DUE TO PNEUMONIA?
CYSTITIS DUE TO E.COLI?
ACUTE AND CHRONIC LARYNGITIS?
HOW IS EVERYTHING CONVERTED FROM ICD9 TO ICD10?
crosswalks (Diagnosis code set general equivalence mappings)
WHAT ARE THE IMPROVEMENTS IN ICD10?
WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ICD10 INDEX?
...arranged according to root operation terms and has subentries based on body system, body part, operation, & device.
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF ICD10?
NCHS...national center for health statistics
WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CHARACTERS FOR ICD10 CODES?
THE ROOT OPERATION THAT IS DEFINED AS CUTTING OUT OR OFF WITHOUT REPLACEMENT OF A BODY PART IS CALLED?
THE ROOT OPERATION DEFINED AS FREEING A BODY PART IS?
THE ROOT OPERATION DEFINED AS TAKING OR LETTING OUT FLUIDS IS?
THE ROOT OPERATION DEFINED AS CORRECTING IS?
THE ROOT OPERATION DEFINED AS RESTORING IS?
DYSPHAGIA, OROPHARYNGEAL PHASE, DUE TO PREVIOUS STROKE?
ACUTE AND CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE IN A PATIENT W/ HYPERTENSION?
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