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A general icd 9

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    Default A general icd 9
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    Does anyone have a good diagnosis for the following condition:

    Difficulty with ADL's
    General decline in ADL's

    I know this is pretty broad and I don't need something as a primary diagnosis just a supporting one to give a clear picture of the patient's condition.

    Thanks much!!


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    I was looking at the debility codes, 799.3 Debility, unspecified and 797 Senility which includes frailty and old age and I am not digging them.

    What about decreased functional activity, 780.99 Other general symptoms?

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    That is what I came up with as well. I was hoping that there was something more specific but for now I will use these that you described.

    Must be awful to get old

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhedges View Post
    Must be awful to get old
    LOL It is. Aging ain't for sissies!

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