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E Section: External Causes of Injury

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External Causes of Injury:

e800–e809: Railway accidents

e810–e819: Motor vehicle traffic accidents

e820–e825: Motor vehicle non-traffic accidents

e826–e829: Other road vehicle accidents

e830–e838: Water transport accidents

e840–e845: Air and space transport accidents

e846–e848: Vehicle accidents not elsewhere classifiable

e849-e849: Place of Occurrence

e850–e858: Accidental poisoning by drugs, medicinal substances, and biologicals

e860–e869: Accidental poisoning by other solid and liquid substances, gases, and vapors

e870–e876: Misadventures to patients during surgical and medical care

e878–e879: Surgical and medical procedures as the cause of abnormal reaction of patient or later complication, without mention of misadventure at the time of procedure

e880–e888: Accidental falls

e890–e899: Accidents caused by fire and flames

e900–e909: Accidents due to natural and environmental factors

e910–e915: Accidents caused by submersion, suffocation, and foreign bodies

e916–e928: Other accidents

e929-e929: Late effects of accidental injury

e930–e949: Drugs, medicinal and biological substances causing adverse effects in therapeutic use

e950–e959: Suicide and self-inflicted injury

e960–e969: Homicide and injury purposely inflicted by other persons

e970–e978: Legal intervention

e979-e979: Terrorism

e980–e989: Injury undetermined whether accidentally or purposely inflicted

e990–e999: Injury resulting from operations of war

Sources:

Record Layout, 2010, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Retrieved from https://www.cms.gov/

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