ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
May 27, 2017

ICD 10 Table of Drugs & Chemicals (2017)

Browse the alphabetic listing of the ICD 10 table of drugs & chemicals. Use the Find feature to locate the corresponding drug to ICD 10 diagnosis code.

“Anesthetic NEC” to “Antagonist”

Substance Poisoning, Accidental (unintentional) Poisoning, Intentional self-harm Poisoning, Assault Poisoning, Undetermined Adverse effect Underdosing
plexus blocking T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
potentiated T41.201 T41.202 T41.203 T41.204 T41.205 T41.206
rectal T41.201 T41.202 T41.203 T41.204 T41.205 T41.206
– – general T41.201 T41.202 T41.203 T41.204 T41.205 T41.206
– – local T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
regional T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
surface T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
Anesthetic NEC — see also Anesthesia T41.41 T41.42 T41.43 T41.44 T41.45 T41.46
with muscle relaxant T41.201 T41.202 T41.203 T41.204 T41.205 T41.206
– – general T41.201 T41.202 T41.203 T41.204 T41.205 T41.206
– – local T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
gaseous NEC T41.0X1 T41.0X2 T41.0X3 T41.0X4 T41.0X5 T41.0X6
general NEC T41.201 T41.202 T41.203 T41.204 T41.205 T41.206
halogenated hydrocarbon derivatives NEC T41.0X1 T41.0X2 T41.0X3 T41.0X4 T41.0X5 T41.0X6
infiltration NEC T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
intravenous NEC T41.1X1 T41.1X2 T41.1X3 T41.1X4 T41.1X5 T41.1X6
local NEC T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
rectal T41.201 T41.202 T41.203 T41.204 T41.205 T41.206
– – general T41.201 T41.202 T41.203 T41.204 T41.205 T41.206
– – local T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
regional NEC T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
spinal NEC T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
thiobarbiturate T41.1X1 T41.1X2 T41.1X3 T41.1X4 T41.1X5 T41.1X6
topical T41.3X1 T41.3X2 T41.3X3 T41.3X4 T41.3X5 T41.3X6
Aneurine T45.2X1 T45.2X2 T45.2X3 T45.2X4 T45.2X5 T45.2X6
Angio-Conray T50.8X1 T50.8X2 T50.8X3 T50.8X4 T50.8X5 T50.8X6
Angiotensin T44.5X1 T44.5X2 T44.5X3 T44.5X4 T44.5X5 T44.5X6
Angiotensinamide T44.991 T44.992 T44.993 T44.994 T44.995 T44.996
Anhydrohydroxy-progesterone T38.5X1 T38.5X2 T38.5X3 T38.5X4 T38.5X5 T38.5X6
Anhydron T50.2X1 T50.2X2 T50.2X3 T50.2X4 T50.2X5 T50.2X6
Anileridine T40.4X1 T40.4X2 T40.4X3 T40.4X4 T40.4X5 T40.4X6
Aniline (dye) (liquid) T65.3X1 T65.3X2 T65.3X3 T65.3X4 -- --
analgesic T39.1X1 T39.1X2 T39.1X3 T39.1X4 T39.1X5 T39.1X6
derivatives, therapeutic NEC T39.1X1 T39.1X2 T39.1X3 T39.1X4 T39.1X5 T39.1X6
vapor T65.3X1 T65.3X2 T65.3X3 T65.3X4 -- --
Aniscoropine T44.3X1 T44.3X2 T44.3X3 T44.3X4 T44.3X5 T44.3X6
Anise oil T47.5X1 T47.5X2 T47.5X3 T47.5X4 T47.5X5 T47.5X6
Anisidine T65.3X1 T65.3X2 T65.3X3 T65.3X4 -- --
Anisindione T45.511 T45.512 T45.513 T45.514 T45.515 T45.516
Anisotropine methyl-bromide T44.3X1 T44.3X2 T44.3X3 T44.3X4 T44.3X5 T44.3X6
Anistreplase T45.611 T45.612 T45.613 T45.614 T45.615 T45.616
Anorexiant (central) T50.5X1 T50.5X2 T50.5X3 T50.5X4 T50.5X5 T50.5X6
Anorexic agents T50.5X1 T50.5X2 T50.5X3 T50.5X4 T50.5X5 T50.5X6
Ansamycin T36.6X1 T36.6X2 T36.6X3 T36.6X4 T36.6X5 T36.6X6
Ant (bite) (sting) T63.421 T63.422 T63.423 T63.424 -- --
Antabuse T50.6X1 T50.6X2 T50.6X3 T50.6X4 T50.6X5 T50.6X6
Antacid NEC T47.1X1 T47.1X2 T47.1X3 T47.1X4 T47.1X5 T47.1X6
Antagonist
Aldosterone T50.0X1 T50.0X2 T50.0X3 T50.0X4 T50.0X5 T50.0X6
alpha-adrenoreceptor T44.6X1 T44.6X2 T44.6X3 T44.6X4 T44.6X5 T44.6X6
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When ICD 10 was implemented on October 1, 2015, it did not affect physicians', outpatient facilities', and hospital outpatient departments' use of CPT codes on Medicare Fee-For-Service claims. Providers should continue to use CPT codes to report these services.