457 PEDIATRIC ICD-10-CM 2017: A MANUAL FOR PROVIDER-BASED CODING
Table of Drugs and Chemicals
The following table is a quick reference for all poisonings (accidental/unintentional,
intentional/self-harm, assault), adverse effects, and underdosing as a result of
a speciﬁc drug or chemical. The drugs/chemicals are listed alphabetically with
their respective subcategory code. Every code is listed with a dash (-) to indicate
that the next character is missing and should be reported with the ﬁfth or sixth
character as follows:
1 Poisoning, accidental, unintentional
2 Poisoning, intentional, self-harm
3 Poisoning, assault
4 Poisoning, undetermined
5 Adverse effect
DO NOT CODE FROM THE TABLE—ALWAYS REFER TO THE TABULAR.
If the code requires an “encounter type,” please refer to the tabular for
Accidental Poisoning From Lysol—Initial Encounter
Lysol is listed as T54.1X-.
Lysol accidental poisoning would be T54.1X1-.
Lysol accidental poisoning, initial encounter, would be T54.1X1A.
Underdosing of Barbiturate—Follow-up Encounter
Barbiturate is listed as T42.3X-.
Underdosing of barbiturate would be T42.3X6-.
Underdosing of barbiturate, subsequent encounter, would be T42.3X6D.
2,4-D (dichlorophen-oxyacetic acid) T60.3X-
2,4-toluene diisocyanate T65.0X-
2,4,5-T (trichloro-phenoxyacetic acid) T60.1X-
Abrus (seed) T62.2X-
Absinthe (beverage) T51.0X-
Acefylline piperazine T48.6X-
Acenocoumarin / Acenocoumarol T45.51-
Acetaldehyde (vapor) T52.8X-
w/sodium acetate (ointment) T49.3X-
ester (solvent) (vapor) T52.8X-
irrigating solution T50.3X-
medicinal (lotion) T49.2X-
ether (vapor) T52.8X-
Acetohydroxamic acid T50.99-
Acetone (oils) T52.4X-
Acetosulfone (sodium) T37.1X-
Acetrizoate (sodium) T50.8X-
Acetrizoic acid T50.8X-
Acetyl (bromide) (chloride) T53.6X-
Acetylcholine (chloride) T44.1X-
Acetylene (gas) T59.89-
incomplete combustion of T58.1-