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Note that this code covers not just overt respiratory failure, but all levels of respiratory insufficiency.
 
Note that this code covers not just overt respiratory failure, but all levels of respiratory insufficiency.
  
{{DiscussTask | Should we use this code as a #1 priority if we know the reason for the respiratory failure?  Seem to be most common primary reason #1 for admit being used.  If you know specific reason for Respiratory failure is that not the code that should be used as primary and not this one?
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This may be coded as a [[Primary Admit Diagnosis]] if it is the main reason for admission. <!-- as per https://ccmdb.kuality.ca/index.php?title=Task_Team_Meeting_-_Rolling_Agenda_and_Minutes_2019#ICU Database Task Group Meeting – June 6, 2019 -->
*If you know the specific reason for Respiratory failure and it is the primary reason for admission, then that is what should be  checked of as PRIMARY.  Resp NOS is if there is no '''specific''' resp failure code that can be used.}}[[User:TOstryzniuk|Trish Ostryzniuk]] 14:17, 2019 May 27 (CDT)
 
 
 
{{Discuss | who = Allan | question =_q2
 
*Should we use this code as a #1 priority if we know the reason for the respiratory failure?  For example, if we know it is because of pulmonary edema or aspiration pneumonitis or drug overdose, etc., should these be coded also as #1's or would they be #2 priority?  We never had this code in the old system and now it is a common #1 code so our primary diagnosis codes will definitely look different now.--[[User:LKolesar|LKolesar]] 13:03, 2019 May 8
 
** Are you worried about priority 1 or about [[Primary Admit Diagnosis]]? We can have any number of priority 1s and that would not mess up our reports, as they only look at primary.
 
***I am concerned about the Primary admit diagnosis.  I know you can have many diagnosis with #1. Please advise as to which one I should be checking off as Primary in these cases as this happens a lot--[[User:LKolesar|LKolesar]] 13:53, 2019 May 27
 
****If you know the specific reason for Respiratory failure and it is the primary reason for admission, then that is what should be  checked of as PRIMARY. Resp NOS is if there is no '''specific''' resp failure code that can be used.}}[[User:TOstryzniuk|Trish Ostryzniuk]] 14:17, 2019 May 27}}
 
  
 
== Alternate ICD10s to consider coding instead or in addition ==
 
== Alternate ICD10s to consider coding instead or in addition ==

Latest revision as of 12:57, 2019 June 13

ICD10 Diagnosis
Dx: Respiratory failure (insufficiency) NOS, acute
ICD10 code: J96.09
Pre-ICD10 counterpart: P-Op Resp Failure
Charlson/ALERT Scale: none
APACHE Como Component: none
APACHE Acute Component: Postop resp failure/insuff
External ICD10 Documentation
This diagnosis is a part of ICD10 collection.

Additional Info

Note that this code covers not just overt respiratory failure, but all levels of respiratory insufficiency.

This may be coded as a Primary Admit Diagnosis if it is the main reason for admission.

Alternate ICD10s to consider coding instead or in addition

Candidate Combined ICD10 codes

Related CCI Codes

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