Complications include stroke congestive heart failure angina pectoris

Complications include stroke congestive heart failure

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© 2017 Coding Diseases for ICD-10-CM Chapter 9 continued Subcategories of I25.1 identifies the coronary vessel involved (native or bypassed) and the presence or absence of anginaExamples of other forms of chronic ischemic heart disease that have codes available are: Review coding notes under subcategory I25.8
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© 2017 Coding Diseases for ICD-10-CM Chapter 9 continued
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© 2017 Coding Diseases for ICD-10-CM Chapter 9 continued Category I50, is for heart failure The effects of heart failure are: Blood does not circulate properly it slows down - so fluid collects in the tissues. This produces congestion and swelling in the extremities and fluid to collect in the lungs and hampers the kidney’s ability to filter and dispose of waste There are two types of left-sided heart failure Systolic failure: here, the left ventricle loses it ability to contract normally and the heart cannot pump to force blood into circulation Diastolic failure: here, the left ventricle loses its ability to relax normally because the muscle is stiff and the heart cannot properly fill with blood during the resting period between each beat Systolic and diastolic heart failure may be the following types o Acute o Chronic o Acute on chronic Meaning, the patient may have a chronic condition of heart failure with an acute flare-up
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© 2017 Coding Diseases for ICD-10-CM Chapter 9 continued Right-sided heart failure is usually the result of left- sided failure. Blood returns to the heart through veins through the right atrium and into the right ventricle the right ventricle pumps the blood into the lungs to be replenished with oxygen When the right side loses pumping power, blood backs up in the body’s veins, causes swelling in the legs and ankles
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