ICD-10 Code
International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision
Feb 25, 2017

ICD 10 External Causes of Injuries - “W”

Browse the alphabetic listing of the ICD 10 external causes of injuries. Use the Search term option to locate the injury term and its corresponding ICD 10 diagnosis code.

“W”Walked into stationary object to Wrong

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  • Walked into stationary object (any)

    - W22.09
  • War operations (injuries to military personnel and civilians during war, civil insurrection and peacekeeping missions) (by) (from) (involving)

    - Y36.90
    • after cessation of hostilities - Y36.89
      • explosion (of)
        • bomb placed during war operations - Y36.82
        • mine placed during war operations - Y36.81
      • specified NEC - Y36.88
    • air blast - Y36.20
    • aircraft
      • destruction — see War operations, destruction of aircraft
    • airway restriction — see War operations, restriction of airways
    • asphyxiation — see War operations, restriction of airways
    • biological weapons - Y36.6X
    • blast - Y36.20
    • blast fragments - Y36.20
    • blast wave - Y36.20
    • blast wind - Y36.20
    • bomb - Y36.20
    • bullet - Y36.43
    • chemical weapons - Y36.7X
    • combat
      • hand to hand combat (unarmed) - Y36.44
      • using blunt or piercing object - Y36.45
    • conflagration — see War operations, fire
    • conventional warfare NEC - Y36.49
    • depth-charge - Y36.01
    • destruction of aircraft - Y36.10
      • due to
        • air to air missile - Y36.11
        • collision with other aircraft - Y36.12
        • detonation of onboard munitions and explosives (accidental) - Y36.14
        • enemy fire or explosives - Y36.11
        • explosive placed on aircraft - Y36.11
        • onboard fire - Y36.13
        • rocket propelled grenade [RPG] - Y36.11
        • small arms fire - Y36.11
        • surface to air missile - Y36.11
      • specified NEC - Y36.19
    • detonation of (accidental)
      • onboard marine weapons - Y36.05
      • own munitions or munitions launch device - Y36.24
    • dirty bomb - Y36.50
    • explosion (of) - Y36.20
      • after cessation of hostilities
        • bomb placed during war operations - Y36.82
        • mine placed during war operations - Y36.81
      • aerial bomb - Y36.21
      • bomb NOS - Y36.20See also War operations, bomb(s)
      • own munitions or munitions launch device (accidental) - Y36.24
      • fragments - Y36.20
      • grenade - Y36.29
      • guided missile - Y36.22
      • improvised explosive device [IED] (person-borne) (roadside) (vehicle-borne) - Y36.23
      • land mine - Y36.29
      • marine mine (at sea) (in harbor) - Y36.02
      • marine weapon - Y36.00
      • sea-based artillery shell - Y36.03
      • specified NEC - Y36.29
      • torpedo - Y36.04
    • fire - Y36.30
    • firearms
    • flamethrower - Y36.33
    • fragments (from) (of)
      • improvised explosive device [IED] (person-borne) (roadside) (vehicle-borne) - Y36.26
      • munitions - Y36.25
      • specified NEC - Y36.29
      • weapons - Y36.27
    • friendly fire - Y36.92
    • hand to hand combat (unarmed) - Y36.44
    • hot substances — see War operations, fire
    • incendiary bullet - Y36.32
    • nuclear weapon (effects of) - Y36.50
      • acute radiation exposure - Y36.54
      • blast pressure - Y36.51
      • direct blast - Y36.51
      • direct heat - Y36.53
      • fallout exposure - Y36.54
      • fireball - Y36.53
      • indirect blast (struck or crushed by blast debris) (being thrown by blast) - Y36.52
      • ionizing radiation (immediate exposure) - Y36.54
      • nuclear radiation - Y36.54
      • radiation
      • specified NEC - Y36.59
      • secondary effects - Y36.54
      • thermal radiation - Y36.53
    • restriction of air (airway)
    • rubber bullets - Y36.41
    • shrapnel NOS - Y36.29
    • suffocation — see War operations, restriction of airways
    • unconventional warfare NEC - Y36.7X
    • underwater blast NOS - Y36.00
    • warfare
    • weapons
    • weapon of mass destruction [WMD] - Y36.91
  • Washed

    • away by flood — see Flood
    • off road by storm (transport vehicle) — see Forces of nature, cataclysmic storm
  • Weather exposure NEC

    see Forces of nature
  • Weightlessness (causing injury) (effects of) (in spacecraft, real or simulated)

    - X52
  • Work related condition

    - Y99.0
  • Wound NEC (accidental)

    - X58See also Injury
    • battle - Y36.90See also War operations
    • gunshot — see Discharge, firearm by type
  • Wreck transport vehicle NEC

    - V89.9See also Accident, transport
  • Wrong

    • device implanted into correct surgical site - Y65.51
    • fluid in infusion - Y65.1
    • procedure on correct patient (operation) - Y65.51
    • patient, procedure performed on - Y65.52
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