SUPPLEMENTARYCLASSIFICATION OF EXTERNAL CAUSES OF INJURY AND POISONING ICD-9 Code range (E000-E999)

The ICD-9 code range for SUPPLEMENTARYCLASSIFICATION OF EXTERNAL CAUSES OF INJURY AND POISONING E000-E999 is medical classification list by the World Health Organization (WHO).

ICD-9 Code range (E000-E999), SUPPLEMENTARYCLASSIFICATION OF EXTERNAL CAUSES OF INJURY AND POISONING, contains ICD-9 codes for EXTERNAL CAUSE STATUS, TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS, PLACE OF OCCURENCE, ACCIDENTAL FALLS, OTHER ACCIDENTS, LATE EFFECTS OF ACCIDENTAL INJURY, TERRORISM, LEGAL INTERVENTION, INJURY RESULTING FROM OPERATIONS OF WAR, DRUGS, MEDICINAL AND BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES CAUSING ADVERSE EFFECTS IN THERAPEUTIC USE.

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ICD-9-CM Diseases: Tabular List Volume 1
ICD-9-CM Section Numbers and Their Sequences
E000-E999
SUPPLEMENTARYCLASSIFICATION OF EXTERNAL CAUSES OF INJURY AND POISONING (E000-E999)

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