Turkey attacks, in-law mishaps & more: 20 ICD-10 codes to know for Thanksgiving

Written by Angie Stewart | November 07, 2018 | Print  |

Medscape compiled a list of relevant ICD-10 codes to prepare physicians for holiday-related medical episodes.

Here are 20 codes physicians may have to use:

1. W61.43: Pecked by a turkey
2. W60: Contact with sharp leaves
3. W14: Fall from a tree
4. Y92.7: Farm as the place of occurrence
5. Y93.6: Sports/athletic activity (group)
6. W21: Struck by sports equipment
7. Z63.1: Problems in relationship with in-laws
8. Y93.E2: Injury due to activity — laundry
9. X10.2: Contact with fats and cooking oils
10. W52: Crushed, pushed or stepped on by crowd or human stampede
11. R14.1: Gas pain
12. K30: Functional dyspepsia (indigestion)
13. W29.1: Contact with electric knife
14. T78.40: Allergy (unspecified)
15. K40: Hernia
16. W29: Contact with powered hand tool/household machinery
17. T75.3: Motion sickness
18. S76.312A: Muscle strain (hamstring)
19. V84.6: Passenger of special agricultural vehicle injured in nontraffic accident
20. Z72.820: Sleep deprivation

Click here to learn more about the codes and how they can be used.

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