ICD 10 Codes >> Diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs and certain disorders involving the immune mechanism (D50-D89) D50-D89 >>Nutritional anemias (D50-D53) D50-D53 >> Iron deficiency anemia D50.-

ICD 10 Code D50.0

Iron deficiency anemia secondary to blood loss (chronic)

2017 Billable/Specific Code

Acute or chronic blood loss is a possible cause in every case of iron-deficiency anaemia. Iron deficiency anaemia may be caused by acute bleeding in gastrointestinal tract, uterus or genitourinary system, copious menstrual blood losses (menorrhagia) and multiple blood donations. In many tropical countries, infestations with hookworms lead to intestinal blood losses that in some individuals can be considerable. Iron deficiency may also be caused by several circumstances related to ??????chronic posthaemorrhagic anaemia??????. A diagnosis of iron deficiency should always lead to a search for pathologic causes of blood loss (e.g. tumours in the gastrointestinal tract or uterus, especially if uterine bleedings have increased or changed in regularity).
  • D50.0 is a billable ICD-10 medical codes that provide a detailed representation of a patient's conditions or diagnoses.
  • ICD-10-CM codes are used for a variety of purposes, including statistics and for billing and claims reimbursement.
  • This is the American ICD 10 CM Version Of D50.0 allows for the capture of data regarding signs, symptoms, risk factors and comorbidities to better describe the clinical issue overall.

    ICD 10 Code D50.0 Exclude 1:

    • acute posthemorrhagic anemia (D62,)
    • congenital anemia from fetal blood loss (P61.3,)

    Inclusion Term For Icd 10 Code D50.0

    • Posthemorrhagic anemia (chronic)

Reverse Index Lookup for ICD 10 CM CODE D50.0

The following ICD-10-CM Index entries contain back-references to ICD-10-CM D50.0:
  • Anemia   D64.9
    • blood loss   D50.0
    • chronic
      • blood loss   D50.0
    • deficiency   D53.9
      • iron   D50.9
        • secondary to blood loss   D50.0
    • due to
      • blood loss   D50.0
      • hemorrhage   D50.0
      • loss of blood   D50.0
    • factitious   D50.0
    • hemorrhagic   D50.0
    • hypochromic   D50.9
      • due to blood loss   D50.0
    • iron deficiency   D50.9
      • secondary to blood loss   D50.0
    • microcytic   D50.9
      • due to blood loss   D50.0
    • normocytic   D64.9
      • due to blood loss   D50.0
    • posthemorrhagic   D50.0
    • postoperative
      • due to   D62
        • chronic blood loss   D50.0
    • secondary to
      • blood loss   D50.0
      • hemorrhage   D50.0
    • sideropenic   D50.9
      • due to blood loss   D50.0
  • Hemorrhage, hemorrhagic   R58
    • anemia   D50.0

  • SNOMed Terms:
    • Anaemia due to blood loss
    • Anaemia due to chronic blood loss
    • Anemia due to blood loss
    • Anemia due to blood loss (disorder)
    • Anemia due to chronic blood loss
    • Anemia due to chronic blood loss (disorder)
    • Chronic blood loss anaemia
    • Chronic blood loss anemia
    • Chronic hemorrhagic anemia
    • Iron deficiency anemia due to chronic blood loss

    • Major Diagnostic Categories

      • MDC Category : 16
      • MDC Type : Medical
      • Description : Diseases and Disorders of the Blood and Blood Forming Organs and Immunological Disorders

    • Medicare Severity-Diagnosis Related Groups

      • DRG Range: 811-812

    • Clinical Classifications Software

      • CCS Category Number : 59
      • Description : Deficiency and other anemia
      • Multi CCS Level 1 Number : 4
      • Level 1 Description : Diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs
      • Multi CCS Level 2 Number : 4.1
      • Level 2 Description : Anemia

    • Prevention Quality Indicators (admissions for 'ambulatory care sensitive conditions')

      D50.0 ICD CODE is not Assigned For ACSA Admit

    • New York University Emergency Department visit severity algorithm
      NYU ED

      Non-emergent - 0%
      Emergent/Primary Care Treatable - 0%
      Emergent - ED Care Needed - Preventable/Avoidable - 0%
      Emergent - ED Care Needed - Not Preventable/Avoidable - 0%
      Primary diagnosis of injury 0%
      Primary diagnosis of mental health problems 0%
      Primary diagnosis of substance abuse 0%
      Primary diagnosis of Alcohol 0%
      Unclassified 100%

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