List of the ICD-10 codes for pancreatitis

List of the ICD-10 codes for pancreatitis

The ICD-10 code for pancreatitis depends on the type of pancreatitis and the severity of the condition. Here are some of the most common ICD-10 codes for pancreatitis:

  • K85.9: Acute pancreatitis, unspecified
  • K85.8: Acute pancreatitis with necrosis
  • K85.92: Acute pancreatitis with infected necrosis
  • K86.0: Chronic pancreatitis, alcoholic
  • K86.1: Chronic pancreatitis, other

These codes for pancreatitis is used to classify the condition for medical billing and reimbursement purposes. It is also used to track the incidence and prevalence of pancreatitis in the population.

Other ICD-10 codes

Here are some other ICD-10 codes that may be used to diagnose pancreatitis:

  • K85.0: Acute pancreatitis, mild
  • K85.1: Acute pancreatitis, moderate
  • K85.2: Acute pancreatitis, severe
  • K85.3: Acute pancreatitis, with complications
  • K86.2: Cyst of the pancreas
  • K86.3: Pseudocyst of pancreas
  • K86.81: Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency
  • K86.89: Other specified diseases of the pancreas

If you are unsure about pancreatitis codes, you should consult with a healthcare professional.

What is the ICD-10 code for pancreatitis with complications?

Code for pancreatitis with complications depends on the type of complication. Some of the most common complications of pancreatitis include:

  • J96.2: Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)
  • A41.9: Sepsis
  • T81.82: Multiorgan failure

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