ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Jul 22, 2017

ICD 10 External Causes of Injuries - “B”

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“B”Barotitis, barodontalgia, barosinusitis, barotrauma - to Butted by animal

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  • Barotitis, barodontalgia, barosinusitis, barotrauma - (otitic) (sinus)

    see Air, pressure
  • Battered (baby) (child) (person) (syndrome)

    - X58
  • Bayonet wound

    - W26.1
    • in
      • legal intervention — see Legal, intervention, sharp object, bayonet
      • war operations — see War operations, combat
    • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y28.8
    • suicide (attempt) - X78.2
  • Bean in nose

    - T18see categories T17 and
  • Bed set on fire NEC

    see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, building, bed
  • Beheading (by guillotine)

    • homicide - X99.9
    • legal execution — see Legal, intervention
  • Bending, injury in (prolonged) (static)

    - X50.1
  • Bends -

    see Air, pressure, change
  • Bite, bitten by

  • Blast in war operations (air)

    see War operations, blast
  • Blizzard

    - X37.2
  • Blood alcohol level

    - Y90.9
    • less than 20mg/100ml - Y90.0
    • presence in blood, level not specified - Y90.9
    • 20-39mg/100ml - Y90.1
    • 40-59mg/100ml - Y90.2
    • 60-79mg/100ml - Y90.3
    • 80-99mg/100ml - Y90.4
    • 100-119mg/100ml - Y90.5
    • 120-199mg/100ml - Y90.6
    • 200-239mg/100ml - Y90.7
  • Blow

    - X58
    • by law-enforcing agent, police (on duty) — see Legal, intervention, manhandling
      • blunt object — see Legal, intervention, blunt object
  • Blowing up

    see Explosion
  • Brawl (hand) (fists) (foot)

    - Y04.0
  • Breakage (accidental) (part of)

    • ladder (causing fall) - W11
    • scaffolding (causing fall) - W12
  • Broken

    • glass, contact with — see Contact, with, glass
    • power line (causing electric shock) - W85
  • Bumping against, into (accidentally)

    • object NEC - W22.8
      • with fall — see Fall, due to, bumping against, object
      • caused by crowd or human stampede (with fall) - W52
      • sports equipment - W21.9
    • person (s) - W51
      • with fall - W03
        • due to ice or snow - W00.0
      • assault - Y04.2
      • caused by, a crowd or human stampede (with fall) - W52
      • homicide (attempt) - Y04.2
    • sports equipment - W21.9
  • Burn, burned, burning (accidental) (by) (from) (on)

    • acid NEC — see Table of Drugs and Chemicals
    • bed linen — see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, in building, bed
    • blowtorch - X08.8
      • with ignition of clothing NEC - X06.2
        • nightwear - X05
    • bonfire, campfire (controlled) — See also Exposure, fire, controlled, not in building
      • uncontrolled — see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, not in building
    • candle - X08.8
      • with ignition of clothing NEC - X06.2
        • nightwear - X05
    • caustic liquid, substance NEC (external) (internal) — see Table of Drugs and Chemicals
    • chemical (external) (internal) — See also Table of Drugs and Chemicals
      • in war operations — see War operations. fire
    • cigar (s) or cigarette(s) - X08.8
      • with ignition of clothing NEC - X06.2
        • nightwear - X05
    • clothes, clothing NEC (from controlled fire) - X06.2
      • with conflagration — see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, building
        • not in building or structure — see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, not in building
    • cooker (hot) - X15.8
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.3
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.3
    • electric blanket - X16
    • engine (hot) - X17
    • fire, flames — see Exposure, fire
    • flare, Very pistol — see Discharge, firearm NEC
    • heat
      • from appliance (electrical) (household) - X15.8
      • in local application or packing during medical or surgical procedure - Y63.5
    • heating
      • appliance, radiator or pipe - X16
    • homicide (attempt) — see Assault, burning
    • hot
    • hotplate - X15.2
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.3
    • ignition — see Ignition
    • in war operations — see War operations, fire
    • inflicted by other person - X97
      • by hot objects, hot vapor, and steam — see Assault, burning, hot object
    • internal, from swallowed caustic, corrosive liquid, substance — see Table of Drugs and Chemicals
    • iron (hot) - X15.8
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.3
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.3
    • kettle (hot) - X15.8
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.3
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.3
    • lamp (flame) - X08.8
      • with ignition of clothing NEC - X06.2
        • nightwear - X05
    • lighter (cigar) (cigarette) - X08.8
      • with ignition of clothing NEC - X06.2
        • nightwear - X05
    • lightning
      • causing fire — see Exposure, fire
    • liquid NEC (boiling) (hot) - X12
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.2
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.2
    • local application of externally applied substance in medical or surgical care - Y63.5
    • on board watercraft
    • machinery (hot) - X17
    • matches - X08.8
      • with ignition of clothing NEC - X06.2
        • nightwear - X05
    • mattress — see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, building, bed
    • medicament, externally applied - Y63.5
    • metal NEC (hot) (liquid) (molten) - X18
    • nightwear (nightclothes, nightdress, gown, pajamas, robe) - X05
    • object NEC (hot) - X19
    • pipe (hot) - X16
      • smoking - X08.8
        • with ignition of clothing NEC - X06.2
          • nightwear - X05
    • powder — see Powder burn
    • radiator (hot) - X16
    • saucepan (hot) (glass) (metal) - X15.3
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.3
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.3
    • self-inflicted - X76
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y26
    • steam - X13.1
      • pipe - X16
        • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.8
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.0
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.0
    • stove (hot) (kitchen) - X15.0
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.3
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.3
    • substance NEC (hot) - X19
      • boiling - X12
        • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.2
        • suicide (attempt) - X77.2
      • molten (metal) - X18
    • suicide NEC (attempt) - X76
    • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.0
    • therapeutic misadventure
      • heat in local application or packing during medical or surgical procedure - Y63.5
      • overdose of radiation - Y63.2
    • toaster (hot) - X15.1
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.3
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.3
    • tool (hot) - X17
    • torch, welding - X08.8
      • with ignition of clothing NEC - X06.2
        • nightwear - X05
    • trash fire (controlled) — see Exposure, fire, controlled, not in building
      • uncontrolled — see Exposure, fire, uncontrolled, not in building
    • vapor (hot) - X13.1
      • stated as undetermined whether accidental or intentional - Y27.0
      • suicide (attempt) - X77.0
    • Very pistol — see Discharge, firearm NEC
  • Butted by animal

    - W55.82
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