Coagulopathy ICD 9 Code

Coagulopathy ICD 9 Code

5553

Billable Medical Code for Other and Unspecified Coagulation Defects

Diagnosis Code for Reimbursement Claim: ICD-9-CM 286.9

Code will be replaced by October 2015 and relabeled as ICD-10-CM 286.9.

The Short Description Is: Coagulat defect NEC/NOS.

Known As

Coagulopathy is also known as acquired coagulation disorder, acquired coagulation factor deficiency, acquired combined coagulation factor deficiency, acquired factor X deficiency disease, acquired fibrinogen abnormality, acquired inhibitor of coagulation, alpha-2-antiplasmin deficiency, anticoagulant excess without bleeding, anticoagulant-induced bleeding, anti-factor II disorder, antithrombin III deficiency, bite of unidentified snake with coagulopathy, bleeds easily, bleeds profusely, blood coagulation disorder, blood coagulation disorder in childbirth, blood coagulation disorder in pregnancy, blood coagulation disorder with impaired clot retraction time, blood coagulation disorder with prolonged bleeding time, blood coagulation disorder with prolonged coagulation time, blood coagulation disorder with shortened bleeding time, blood coagulation disorder with shortened coagulation time, blood does not clot properly, coagulation condition in childbirth, coagulation defect in childbirth, coagulation defect in pregnancy, coagulation factor deficiency syndrome, coagulopathy, coagulopathy (clotting or bleeding disorder),
combined coagulation factor deficiency, cryofibrinogenemia, deficiency of naturally occurring coagulation factor inhibitor, deficiency of thrombin, dermite ocre of Favre, factor V inhibitor disorder, factor X inhibitor disorder, familial multiple factor deficiency syndrome, familial multiple factor deficiency syndrome type I, familial multiple factor deficiency syndrome type II, familial multiple factor deficiency syndrome type III, familial multiple factor deficiency syndrome type IV, familial multiple factor deficiency syndrome type V, familial multiple factor deficiency syndrome type VI, fibrinogen in blood above reference range, hereditary coagulation factor deficiency, hereditary combined coagulation factor deficiency, hereditary elevated factor VIII, hereditary elevated factor XI, hereditary hyperfibrinogenemia, hereditary thrombophilic dysfibrinogenemia, heterozygous Factor V Leiden mutation, high molecular weight kininogen deficiency, homozygous Factor V Leiden mutation, ineffective thrombopoiesis, placental abruption W coagulation defect, placental abruption with coagulation defect, prekallikrein deficiency,
premature separation of placenta with coagulation defect, primary cryofibrinogenemia, pseudo von Willebrand disease, reactive thrombocytosis, systemic lupus erythematosus-associated antiphospholipid syndrome, and thrombophilia. This excludes abnormal coagulation profile (790.92), hemorrhagic disease of newborn (776.0), that complicating: abortion (634-638 with.1, 639.1), and pregnancy or the puerperium (641.3, 666.3). This applies to defective coagulation NOS, deficiency coagulation factor NOS, delay coagulation, disorder: coagulation and hemostasis.

Essential Hypertension Definition and Symptoms

Coagulopathy is a disorder where the blood cannot clot properly. This causes prolonged or excessive bleeding that can be very dangerous. Symptoms include excessive bleeding, bleeding that you cannot stop, nose bleeds, and other symptoms may occur depending on the severity of the case.