Non-specific code 2009 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 304.1
sedative, hypnotic or anxiolytic dependence
  • There are 4 ICD-9-CM codes below 304.1 that define this diagnosis in greater detail. Do not use this code on a reimbursement claim.
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Applies To
  • Barbiturates
  • Nonbarbiturate sedatives and tranquilizers with a similar effect:
    • chlordiazepoxide
    • diazepam
    • glutethimide
    • meprobamate
    • methaqualone
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 304.1:
  • Bromidism, bromism
    • chronic (see also Dependence) 304.1
  • Dependence
    • Adalin 304.1
    • agrypnal 304.1
    • allobarbitone 304.1
    • allonal 304.1
    • allylisopropylacetylurea 304.1
    • Alurate 304.1
    • amobarbital 304.1
    • amylobarbitone 304.1
    • Amytal (sodium) 304.1
    • anxiolytic 304.1
    • aprobarbital 304.1
    • aprobarbitone 304.1
    • barbenyl 304.1
    • barbital(s) 304.1
    • barbitone 304.1
    • barbiturate(s) (compounds) (drugs classifiable to 967.0) 304.1
    • barbituric acid (and compounds) 304.1
    • Beta-chlor 304.1
    • Brevital 304.1
    • bromal (hydrate) 304.1
    • bromide(s) NEC 304.1
    • bromine compounds NEC 304.1
    • bromisovalum 304.1
    • bromoform 304.1
    • Bromo-seltzer 304.1
    • bromural 304.1
    • butabarbital (sodium) 304.1
    • butabarpal 304.1
    • butallylonal 304.1
    • butethal 304.1
    • buthalitone (sodium) 304.1
    • Butisol 304.1
    • butobarbitone 304.1
    • butyl chloral (hydrate) 304.1
    • Carbrital 304.1
    • carbromal 304.1
    • chloral (betaine) (hydrate) 304.1
    • chloralamide 304.1
    • chloralformamide 304.1
    • chloralose 304.1
    • chlordiazepoxide 304.1
    • Chloretone 304.1
    • chlorobutanol 304.1
    • chlorodyne 304.1
    • croton-chloral 304.1
    • cyclobarbital 304.1
    • cyclobarbitone 304.1
    • Delvinal 304.1
    • Dial 304.1
    • diallylbarbituric acid 304.1
    • diazepam 304.1
    • diethyl barbituric acid 304.1
    • diethylsulfone-diethylmethane 304.1
    • doriden 304.1
    • dormiral 304.1
    • Dormison 304.1
    • drug NEC 304.9
      • analgesic NEC 304.6
      • combination (excluding morphine or opioid type drug) NEC 304.8
        • morphine or opioid type drug with any other drug 304.7
      • complicating pregnancy, childbirth, or puerperium 648.3
        • affecting fetus or newborn 779.5
      • hallucinogenic 304.5
      • hypnotic NEC 304.1
      • narcotic NEC 304.9
      • psychostimulant NEC 304.4
      • sedative 304.1
      • soporific NEC 304.1
      • specified type NEC 304.6
      • suspected damage to fetus affecting management of pregnancy 655.5
      • synthetic, with morphine-like effect 304.0
      • tranquilizing 304.1
    • ectylurea 304.1
    • Equanil 304.1
    • Eskabarb 304.1
    • ethchlorvynol 304.1
    • ethinamate 304.1
    • etilfen 304.1
    • etoval 304.1
    • euneryl 304.1
    • Evipal 304.1
    • Evipan 304.1
    • gardenal 304.1
    • gardenpanyl 304.1
    • Gemonil 304.1
    • glucochloral 304.1
    • glutethimide 304.1
    • hedonal 304.1
    • heptabarbital 304.1
    • heptobarbitone 304.1
    • hexethal (sodium) 304.1
    • hexobarbital 304.1
    • hypnotic NEC 304.1
    • intranarcon 304.1
    • Kemithal 304.1
    • Lactuca (virosa) extract 304.1
    • lactucarium 304.1
    • lettuce opium 304.1
    • Levanil 304.1
    • Librium 304.1
    • Lotusate 304.1
    • Luminal 304.1
    • Mebaral 304.1
    • Medinal 304.1
    • Medomin 304.1
    • mephobarbital 304.1
    • meprobamate 304.1
    • methaqualone 304.1
    • metharbital 304.1
    • methitural 304.1
    • methobarbitone 304.1
    • methohexital 304.1
    • methylparafynol 304.1
    • methyprylone 304.1
    • Miltown 304.1
    • mylomide 304.1
    • nealbarbital 304.1
    • nealbarbitone 304.1
    • Nembutal 304.1
    • Neonal 304.1
    • Neraval 304.1
    • Neravan 304.1
    • neurobarb 304.1
    • Noctec 304.1
    • Noludar 304.1
    • nonbarbiturate sedatives and tranquilizers with similar effect 304.1
    • noptil 304.1
    • nunol 304.1
    • Oblivon 304.1
    • ortal 304.1
    • Pxazepam 304.1
    • paraldehyde 304.1
    • pentobarbital 304.1
    • pentobarbitone (sodium) 304.1
    • Pentothal 304.1
    • Perichlor 304.1
    • Pernocton 304.1
    • Pernoston 304.1
    • petrichloral 304.1
    • Phanodorn 304.1
    • phenaglycodol 304.1
    • phenobal 304.1
    • phenobarbital 304.1
    • phenobarbitone 304.1
    • phenonyl 304.1
    • Placidyl 304.1
    • potassium bromide 304.1
    • probarbital 304.1
    • propanal 304.1
    • quinalbarbitone 304.1
    • secobarbital 304.1
    • seconal 304.1
    • sedative NEC 304.1
      • nonbarbiturate with barbiturate effect 304.1
    • Sedormid 304.1
    • sernyl 304.1
    • sodium bromide 304.1
    • Somnal 304.1
    • Somnos 304.1
    • Soneryl 304.1
    • soporific (drug) NEC 304.1
    • Sulfonal 304.1
    • sulfonethylmethane 304.1
    • sulfonmethane 304.1
    • Surital 304.1
    • talbutal 304.1
    • tetronal 304.1
    • thiamil 304.1
    • thiamylal 304.1
    • thiopental 304.1
    • tranquilizer NEC 304.1
      • nonbarbiturate with barbiturate effect 304.1
    • trichoroethyl phosphate 304.1
    • triclofos 304.1
    • Trional 304.1
    • Tuinal 304.1
    • Valium 304.1
    • Valmid 304.1
    • veramon 304.1
    • Veronal 304.1
    • vinbarbital 304.1
    • vinbarbitone 304.1
    • vinyl bitone 304.1
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