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Icd 10 Cm Code For Diabetes With Retinopathy

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Icd-10: Key Changes For Primary Care

Transitioning successfully to the new ICD-10-CM code setwill be particularly important for primary care physicians.ICD-10-CM will allow primary care specialists to moreaccurately depict chronic conditions as well as othercommonly reported diagnoses. Physicians will need to be more specific in theirdocumentation than they likely have been in the past.Because there will be a greater number of code choicesin ICD-10-CM, physicians should have to choose anunspecified code less often. The greater specificityin diagnostic coding should help improve diseasemanagement and reporting overall. Dental and Vision Coverage for You and Your Staff CAP is pleased to offer high-quality dental and vision coverage available for purchase at significant discounts over the retail market. Practices should examine their top diagnoses and comparehow those codes will change once ICD-10-CM goes intoeffect October 1, 2015. Here are some diagnoses to whichprimary care providers should pay close attention. This iscertainly not an all-encompassing list, but is an example ofsome of the common diagnoses often reported by the PCP. Diabetes (codes E08 E13) has greatly expanded in ICD-10-CM. Physicians must document w Continue reading >>

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    Hi all....
    Dont know what to think right now, so sad and angry at the same time. I think I've
    been fouled by my vet and victim of his passivity.
    This is my second post on the forum, posted this week asking if diabetes in cat was faithless.
    I was reassured by many and thanks to all.
    Right after the diagnostic came I changed my life beat to wake up at 6, feed, wait 1h, test and
    inject, this is back in early March. Two weeks after, I performed a glucose curve (testing every 2h. for 12h.),
    numbers were all in the mid 300. I send the results to the vet with no reply. This was with Lantus 100 U/ml, one unit morning .5 12h later. Homeworks were made, switch to diabetic diet, monitoring... Like said in my previous post, I could never reach the Vet, just technician telling me that numbers were normal that it will eventually go down. But they never did, always between 300 - 400.
    A second opinion with a vet being more available was required and still, I did my home works and did that.
    Urinary infection was detected last week then Small Kitty almost stopped eating and drinking, barely eating and drinking a little drop of water. I started feeding him and it seemed he was in not that bad of a shape.
    The vet asked for a Ketone test ASAP two days ago. No matter how hard I was trying, I could not get a single drop of urine. Squeezing a full bladder, massaging.. no avail. so I took the day off today to visit my new vet and the a new diagnostic came by.
    KETONE, on the roof, sugar over flood having been to high for too many days. It's now a full scale hospitalization with intravenous water, fast acting insulin; test every 2 h., adjustment and so on... 800 to 1200$ min and at 75% chance the cat would start eating and drinking again.
    I will meet the thief lazy vet at 4pm. Not sure of my strategy, might put him the result of his action straight in the face or implore an emergency action with reasonable expense, will see. No matter what, I'm almost sure my budget will not allow any action plan.
    Meanwhile the cat seems to be in not of a bad shape, numbers are were encouraging yesterday and this morning. By raising the dose to 1 at the morning and 1 at night blood sugar was getting lower, 300.
    Question now is : Is there something that can be done at home, anything ? Will not let this vet kill my cat, if there is no plan the final fate will be done with me holding him in a way that he will not suffer. I know of a place where I go in a small valley where nobody goes (I grew up illicit herb there a few years back there), I'll dig him a nice hole, built a nice cross, puchase concrete and make a tombstone. I'll know he's going to be in a happy place with maybe some trace of weed I had fun enjoying and helping my epilepsy.
    Should I prepare this tombstone or something can be done ? No faith but... feeling so sad..
    Meanwhile I'll start reading about at home euthanasia
    Thanks.

  2. Tuxedo Mom

    Photorecon said: ↑
    Hi all....
    Dont know what to think right now, so sad and angry at the same time. I think I've
    been fouled by my vet and victim of his passivity.
    This is my second post on the forum, posted this week asking if diabetes in cat was faithless.
    I was reassured by many and thanks to all.
    Right after the diagnostic came I changed my life beat to wake up at 6, feed, wait 1h, test and
    inject, this is back in early March. Two weeks after, I performed a glucose curve (testing every 2h. for 12h.),
    numbers were all in the mid 300. I send the results to the vet with no reply. This was with Lantus 100 U/ml, one unit morning .5 12h later. Homeworks were made, switch to diabetic diet, monitoring... Like said in my previous post, I could never reach the Vet, just technician telling me that numbers were normal that it will eventually go down. But they never did, always between 300 - 400.
    A second opinion with a vet being more available was required and still, I did my home works and did that.
    Urinary infection was detected last week then Small Kitty almost stopped eating and drinking, barely eating and drinking a little drop of water. I started feeding him and it seemed he was in not that bad of a shape.
    The vet asked for a Ketone test ASAP two days ago. No matter how hard I was trying, I could not get a single drop of urine. Squeezing a full bladder, massaging.. no avail. so I took the day off today to visit my new vet and the a new diagnostic came by.
    KETONE, on the roof, sugar over flood having been to high for too many days. It's now a full scale hospitalization with intravenous water, fast acting insulin; test every 2 h., adjustment and so on... 800 to 1200$ min and at 75% chance the cat would start eating and drinking again.
    I will meet the thief lazy vet at 4pm. Not sure of my strategy, might put him the result of his action straight in the face or implore an emergency action with reasonable expense, will see. No matter what, I'm almost sure my budget will not allow any action plan.
    Meanwhile the cat seems to be in not of a bad shape, numbers are were encouraging yesterday and this morning. By raising the dose to 1 at the morning and 1 at night blood sugar was getting lower, 300.
    Question now is : Is there something that can be done at home, anything ? Will not let this vet kill my cat, if there is no plan the final fate will be done with me holding him in a way that he will not suffer. I know of a place where I go in a small valley where nobody goes (I grew up illicit herb there a few years back), I'll dig him a nice hole, built a nice cross, puchase concrete and make a tombstone. I'll know he's going to be in a happy place with maybe some trace of weed I had fun enjoying and helping my epilesy.
    Should I prepare this tombstone or something can be done ? No faith but... feeling so sad..
    Thanks.
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    Ketoacidosis is serious. HOWEVER we have had members who went through a bad DKA episode (or even two) and their kitties are still doing fine. If your kitty responds well to the ER treatment then you would have to be much more vigelant about testing both glucose and ketones.
    Unfortunately the best place for your kitty when in DKA is at the ER being treated with IVs to restore the electrolyte balances and flush out the ketones and fast acting insulins ( with dextrose drips available if the numbers go too low). He needs to be monitored and treated as shown by testing.
    Sending prayers that your kitty will be okay. Everything else can wait to be discussed once you kitty is out of danger.

  3. Lisa and Witn (GA)

    Keeping you and your kitty in my prayers.

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Here's a quick video tutorial on how to translate ICD-9 codes into ICD-10.

Icd-10-cm Diagnosis Codes In Group E10

The International Classification of Diseases, 10th Edition, Clinical Modification/Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-CM/PCS) will enhance accurate payment for services rendered and facilitate evaluation of medical processes and outcomes. The new classification system provides significant improvements through greater detailed information and the ability to expand in order to capture additional advancements in clinical medicine. ICD-10-CM - The diagnosis classification system developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for use in all U.S. health care treatment settings. Diagnosis coding under this system uses a different number of digits and some other changes, but the format is very much the same as ICD-9-CM. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has mandated industry-wide adoption of ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS code sets by Oct. 1, 2011. ICD-10-CMS will affect all components of the healthcare industry. Ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) will not be affected by ICD-10-PCS unless they are utilizing ICD-9-CM volume 3 for inpatient procedures. The two major changes in the ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM code sets are structure and detail. The codes will move from a num Continue reading >>

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    It occurs in diabetes mellitus where there is an imbalance within two processes, meaning a) acidosis (where the acidity level of the body tissues is very high due to acid / alkaline balance within the blood) and b) Ketosis (the ketone bodies which are products of fat metabolism, are elevated when there is an imbalance in this process). Symptoms included nausea and vomiting, abdominal tenderness, confusion or coma, extreme thirst and weight loss. This is an life-threatening situation and the person should be rushed to hospital as soon as possible.

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Diabetic Manifestations Coding DM Coding http://www.cco.us/cco-yt Alicia: Yes, the diabetic manifestations. I really enjoy DM coding, I don't know why. What are they and how can I recognize them in a chart? It's one thing to have diabetes but if you didn't know, diabetics tend to have other organ problems because it affects the entire body. And there's a few manifestations that you need to be aware of. The first one you're going to see is renal manifestations which means anything that's happening to your kidneys, your urinary tract. So your kidneys, your bladders, your bladder, not bladders. People with CKD or Chronic Kidney Disease, they can get that because they are diabetic. These are just... this microalbuminuria, that just means they're spilling this protein type thing. Proteinuria means they're spilling protein. And nephropathy, not to be confused with neuropathy. This is nephropathy so that's the kidneys. The labs, you'll see with people that have renal manifestations are going to be BUN, creatine and CMP. The creatine, you see almost always they're checking in diabetics. They're constantly checking their creatine level. Another thing you'll see is they'll be on dialysis. A

Coding For Diabetic Retinopathy

For The Record Vol. 24 No. 17 P. 26 Diabetic retinopathy is a complication of long-term diabetes resulting from changes in the blood vessels of the retina. The condition may start with no symptoms or only mild vision problems, but it may eventually lead to blindness. Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in working-age Americans. The longer a patient has diabetes, the greater the risk he or she will experience diabetic complications such as diabetic retinopathy. Preventive measures include maintaining well-controlled blood sugars and regularly scheduling eye exams. Poorly controlled blood sugars may affect the capillaries in the eye. If a patient is admitted with diabetic retinopathy or has retinopathy due to diabetes, the diabetic code (ICD-9-CM category 250) must be sequenced as the principal diagnosis followed by the code for the specific type of retinopathy as a secondary diagnosis. The physician must state a cause and effect relationship between the retinopathy and the diabetes before the retinopathy can be coded as a diabetic condition. Diabetes with ophthalmic manifestations is assigned to diabetic code 250.5. Other ophthalmic manifestations include the foll Continue reading >>

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  1. birdshaw

    DKA for weight loss?

    ok, here's my confession. i have gained about 20lbs in the last 8 years and it's all FAT. i hate it and i'm obsessed with getting rid of it. my doc said the better controlled i am, the more weight i'll gain. also, there's the lovely fact that insulin makes fat! i'm exercising, just can't do enough to agressively attack the problem (two young kids must come first). here's my temptation: just a few days, maybe a week of "managed" DKA to burn the fat. any thoughts? has anyone tried this? any lessons to share? am i the only person to think of this?? i'm too embarassed to ask my doc about it. i KNOW what the skinny non-diabetic would say.

  2. soso

    uhhh... ypu DO have 2 kids that come first, right?
    DKA=bad, danger possibly orphaned kids..... don't play with the bull, you will get it's horns up your arse....
    Or are you alking about a mild state of ketosis brought about by very low carbs for a while?
    check out Dr Richard Bernstein and please...don't play silly buggers with your own and your families lives......
    btw
    welcome to DD!
    support can help a lot with these battles

  3. birdshaw

    Dr Richard Bernstein ?? who is this and where can i find him?

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