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Brittle Diabetes Icd 10 Fast Facts Sheet

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  1. Tonyj

    Dx code: Brittle DM (Diabetes Mellitus)

    Would you code brittle DM as (uncontrolled or not stated as uncontrolled) DM?
    Tonyj

  2. cmcgarry

    Brittle diabetes is exceptionally difficult to control, marked by alternating episodes of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. Frequent adjustments of dietary intake and insulin dosage are required.
    However, even brittle diabetes can be "controlled" with vigilance on the part of the patient and/or caregivers. Therefore, unless the provider specifically stated it was uncontrolled or mentions varying blood sugars, changed the insulin dose, etc., I would not code is as uncontrolled.
    Hope this helps,

  3. Tonyj

    Dx code: Brittle DM (Diabetes Mellitus)

    Yes, this helps tremendously. The physician didn't mention uncontrolled but did mention varying BS and change of insulin doses.
    Thanks You.
    Tonyj

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Icd-10-cm-2017 Diabetes Coding Guide-medesun-dr Guptha

ICD-10-CM-2017 Diabetes Coding Guide-MEDESUN-Dr Guptha Diabetes mellitus, often simply referred to asdiabetesis a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high bloodsugar, either because the body does not produce enough insulin, or becausecells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. This high blood sugarproduces the classical symptoms of polyuria (frequent urination), polydipsia(increased thirst) and polyphagia (increased hunger). Type 1 diabetes:resultsfrom the body's failure to produce insulin, and presently requires the personto inject insulin. (Also referred to as insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus,IDDM for short, and juvenile diabetes.) Type 1 diabetes mellitus is characterized byloss of the insulin-producing beta cells of the islets of Langerhans in thepancreas leading to insulin deficiency. With DKA, the diagnosis of diabetes defaultsto Type I, since most diabetics who develop DKA are Type I diabetics. DKA occurs when a shortage of insulin causes thebody to break down fat and muscle for energy. The byproduct of this process isketones, which enter the bloodstream and cause a dangerous form of acidosis. InDKA, the patient is severely dehydrated and confused Continue reading >>

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  1. Tonyj

    Dx code: Brittle DM (Diabetes Mellitus)

    Would you code brittle DM as (uncontrolled or not stated as uncontrolled) DM?
    Tonyj

  2. cmcgarry

    Brittle diabetes is exceptionally difficult to control, marked by alternating episodes of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. Frequent adjustments of dietary intake and insulin dosage are required.
    However, even brittle diabetes can be "controlled" with vigilance on the part of the patient and/or caregivers. Therefore, unless the provider specifically stated it was uncontrolled or mentions varying blood sugars, changed the insulin dose, etc., I would not code is as uncontrolled.
    Hope this helps,

  3. Tonyj

    Dx code: Brittle DM (Diabetes Mellitus)

    Yes, this helps tremendously. The physician didn't mention uncontrolled but did mention varying BS and change of insulin doses.
    Thanks You.
    Tonyj

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Labile blood sugar levels (BSL) in a diabetic patient Labile blood sugar levels (BSL) in a diabetic patient Can labile BSL be coded to unstable diabetes mellitus in a diabetic patient? Please note ACCD Q&A Labile diabetes Published 15 June 2016, for implementation 01 July 2016.: Can labile diabetes mellitus be assigned to unstable diabetes mellitus? In the context of diabetes mellitus the term labile is used to describe wide, recurrent fluctuations in blood glucose levels. Synonymous terms include unstable or brittle diabetes. While unstable diabetes may be associated with any form of diabetes mellitus, brittle diabetes is associated specifically with E10 Type 1 diabetes mellitus as listed in the Includes note. Where labile diabetes is documented assign E1-.65 * diabetes mellitus with poor control following the Alphabetic Index: Updates to ICD-10-AM will be considered for a future edition. VICC notes that ACCD Q3028 indicates that, in the context of diabetes mellitus, labile is synonymous with terms including unstable, and directs to the Index look up Diabetes, unstable, in circumstances where labile diabetes mellitus is documented. VICC also notes VICC 2628 Poorly controlled bloo Continue reading >>

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  1. Tonyj

    Dx code: Brittle DM (Diabetes Mellitus)

    Would you code brittle DM as (uncontrolled or not stated as uncontrolled) DM?
    Tonyj

  2. cmcgarry

    Brittle diabetes is exceptionally difficult to control, marked by alternating episodes of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia. Frequent adjustments of dietary intake and insulin dosage are required.
    However, even brittle diabetes can be "controlled" with vigilance on the part of the patient and/or caregivers. Therefore, unless the provider specifically stated it was uncontrolled or mentions varying blood sugars, changed the insulin dose, etc., I would not code is as uncontrolled.
    Hope this helps,

  3. Tonyj

    Dx code: Brittle DM (Diabetes Mellitus)

    Yes, this helps tremendously. The physician didn't mention uncontrolled but did mention varying BS and change of insulin doses.
    Thanks You.
    Tonyj

  4. -> Continue reading
read more

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