Solvent (organic, inhaled or ingested), withdrawal
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|Dx:||Solvent (organic, inhaled or ingested), withdrawal|
|Pre-ICD10 counterpart:||2nd to Drug OD/ETOH Intox/Withdrawal (Toxic Encephalitis)|
|APACHE Como Component:||none|
|APACHE Acute Component:||none|
|External ICD10 Documentation|
- cleaning fluids
- hair spray
- nail polish remover (acetone)
- paint/glue thinners/removers (toluene, turpentine, methyl acetate, ethyl acetate)
- petroleum products
- rubber cement
- spray paint
- This category indicates that the patient has current withdrawal symptoms or syndrome for the indicated substance.
- While withdrawal USUALLY goes along with chronic abuse/dependence/addiction, there are drugs where one may get withdrawal symptoms after a first use (e.g. methamphetamines)
- Thus, if (as will often but not universally be the case) a person in withdrawal does have a chronic abuse/dependence/addiction for that substance, you SHOULD also code that.
See ICD10 Guideline for drugs and substances for more info on coding substance related ICD10 diagnoses.
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