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Volume 2 Alphabetic index is for diseases and injures
Alphabetic index volume 2 Includes: Main term, subterms and more subterms or modifying terms.
Subterms Indicate site, type, or etiology for conditions or injuries. Example, acute appendicitis is listed under Appendicitis, acute, and stress fracture is listed under FRACTURE, stress.
Volume 3 Tabular list and Index of Procedures
Volume 3 mainly used By hospitals for reporting inpatient procedures.
There are 2 supplementary classifications V codes and E codes
V codes Are used to code conditions that are not included in the main classification but may be recorded
E codes E codes that are used as additional codes to indicate the external circumstances responsible for injuries and certain other conditions.
Basic Code Has 3 digit code is called a category
3 digit code categories are expanded into addition 4th digits and 5th digit that show more specificity in coding
A decimal point Is used to separate the basic three-digit category code from its subcategory and sub-classifications. Example like 842.12
Congenital conditions Are often indexed under the main term - ANOMALY
Volume 1 Tabular list of disease and injuries
Conditions Complicate pregnancy, childbirth, or the puerperium are usually found under terms as Delivery, Labor, Pregnancy, and Puerperal
Complications Many of the complications of medical or surgical care are indexed under the term Complications rather than under the name of the condition.
Format of the Alphabetic Index Volume 2 is a prerequisite for accurate coding
Main terms Are set flush with the left-hand margin, and bold type and begin with a capital letter
Subterms Are indented one standard indention (2 typewriter spaces)to the right under the main term (regular font and lower case)
More specific subterms Are indented farther and farther to the right as needed
Carryover lines Are indented 2 standard indention from the level of the preceding line
Volume 1 & 2 book Are usually for physician office, and home health
Final "S" Is the possessive forms of words
Connection words between the main terms and subterms Are "with", "in", "due to"
Code numbers in disease classification The decimal point appears between the 3rd and the 4th digits
The main classification consists how many chapters? 17 chapters
The Classification of Diseases and Injuries are refer to? As Categories
Where can you find the table of Drugs and Chemicals? In volume 2
Where "With or without" appear under? It is appear under a main term immediately follow the main term
Carryover line Are indented two standard indentions
More specific subterms Are indented farther and farther to the right as needed
Volume 1 Tabular List of Diseases and Injuries
Volume 2 Alphabetic Index of Diseases and Injuries
Volume 3 Tabular List and Alphabetic Index of Procedures. Intended for use by hospitals for reporting of inpatient procedures.
What are E codes for? As additional codes for Injuries
What are V codes for? To code conditions that are not included in the main classification but may be recorded as diagnoses
Sections Groups of three-digit categories
Categories Three digit code numbers
Subcategories Four-digit code numbers
Fifth-digit sub-classifications 分类 Five-digit code number
Codes in Tabular list Are ap pear in numerical order
Each of the subterms (contact, exposure to, inoculation 接种, and vaccination) is indented one standard indention from the level of the main term and is listed in alpha order
inoculation 接种 the introduction of a pathogen or antigen into a living organism to stimulate the production of antibodies
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