International Classification of Diseases
ICD Stands for "International Classification of Diseases." It is a coding system maintained by the World Health Organization and the U.S. National Center for Health Statistics used to classify causes of death on death certificates and diagnoses, injury causes, and medical procedures for hospital and emergency department visits.
For more information on ICD Codes see the ICD help page
ICD Code Links(last updated October 2005) ICD-10 Codes: used in the Mortality data, 1999-present.
ICD-9 Codes: used in the Mortality data, 1998 and before, Inpatient Hospital Discharge data and Emergency Department data. Link to ICD codes used in Infant Mortality and Fetal Mortality data
|World Health Organization||Linked list of ICD-10 codes|
|Utah Dept of Health - adapted from CDC rich text file||List of ICD-9-CM diagnosis codes with text explanation|
|Utah Dept of Health - adapted from CDC rich text file||List of ICD-9-CM procedure codes with text explanation|
|Utah Dept of Health - adapted from CDC rich text file||List of ICD-9-CM E-codes with text explanation|
|Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services||Links to pdf files containing the new codes; other coding resources|
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