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Thread: Iatrogenic Sulfonylurea-induced Hypoglycemia

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    Question Iatrogenic Sulfonylurea-induced Hypoglycemia

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    How is it coded? Is it...255.0,251.2,E932.3?

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    I think 962.3 & E932.3 is the appropriate coding for this report. Please refer tabular list for 962.3, which provides more details regarding coding for such reports.

    Hope this helps!


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