Diagnosis Code

X19.XXXD CONTACT WITH OTHER HEAT AND HOT SUBSTANCES, SUBS ENCNTR


Code Information

Diagnosis Code: X19.XXXD

Short Description: Contact with other heat and hot substances, subs encntr

Long Description: Contact with other heat and hot substances, subsequent encounter

The code X19.XXXD is VALID for claim submission

Code Classification:

  • External causes of morbidity and mortality (V01–Y98)
    • Contact with heat and hot substances (X10-X19)
      • Contact with other heat and hot substances (X19)
        • X19.XXXD Contact with other heat and hot substances, subs encntr

Code Version: 2020 ICD-10-CM


Synonyms

  • Accident due to contact with hot or corrosive substance
  • Accidents caused by hot substance or object, caustic or corrosive material and steam
  • Accidents due to excessive heat
  • Burn by hot object
  • Burning due to contact with hot bricks
  • Burning due to contact with hot concrete
  • Burning due to contact with hot masonry
  • Burning due to contact with hot plastic
  • Burning due to contact with hot solid objects and materials
  • Burning due to contact with hot stones
  • Burning due to contact with hot substance
  • Burning due to contact with solid nonmetallic hot objects
  • Burning self
  • Hot tar burn of skin
  • Injury due to nuclear explosion
  • Injury due to radiant heat from nuclear explosion
  • Injury of unknown intent by burns or fire
  • Injury of unknown intent by scald

Crosswalk Information

ICD-10 Code ICD-9 Code ICD-9 Description
X19.XXXD Right Arrow E924.8 Hot substance accid NEC

This ICD-10 to ICD-9 data is based on the 2018 General Equivalency Mapping (GEM) files published by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for informational purposes only. The data is not an ICD-10 conversion tool and doesn’t guarantee clinical accuracy.

Similar Codes

ICD-10 Code ICD-10 Description
X19 Contact with other heat and hot substances
X19.XXXA Contact with other heat and hot substances, initial encounter
X19.XXXS Contact with other heat and hot substances, sequela


This page was last updated on: 10/1/2020