ICD-10/ICD-10-AM/ICD-10-CM views

The international version of ICD-10 (International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems) is displayed in the ICD-10 view. There are separate views for the Australian Modification (ICD-10-AM) and the (American) Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM). The codes are organized based on the hierarchical relationships, they can be expanded down to the four-character subcategories. Each node displays the ICD-10 code as well as the ICD-10 label (e.g. I21 Acute myocardial infarction). Different subcategories can be distinguished by dedicated items, e.g. a cake represents Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases.

ICD-10 view with dedicated icons

The ICD-10 view uses the same functions as described in the section about the SNOMED CT view: You can use the text field to do filter searches, displays filter results hierarchically, link with the open editor, set a concept as the root node, return to the default root node, etc.

ICD-10 view showing filter search on 'infarct'

ICD-10/ICD-10-AM/ICD-10-CM read-only editors

Double-click any of the nodes to open the code in a read-only editor. The Overview tab displays the code, the label and the descriptions and the inclusion and exclusion codes with hyperlinks.

ICD-10 editor

The other tabs display details about mappings or value domains that reference the code.

ICD-10 editor displaying mapping from SNOMED CT

ICD-10 editor displaying value domain membership

You can use the ICD-10 tab on the Search dialog to search for ICD-10 concepts by their code and label. The search is not case sensitive. The ICD-10 search also supports advanced query syntax discussed in the section on SNOMED CT.

The results, which are displayed in the search view, are sorted based on a similarity score. The sorting can be changed by clicking on the column headers. Double clicking on a concept in the search view opens it in the ICD-10 concept editor.

ICD-10 Search dialog with results displayed in the Search view

The features described above also apply for the Australian Modification of ICD-10 (ICD-10-AM) and for the (American) Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM), which has a separate tab in the search dialog.