Specific code 2012 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 999.89
Other transfusion reaction
  • Short description: Transfusion reaction NEC.
  • ICD-9-CM 999.89 will be replaced by an equivalent ICD-10-CM code (or codes) when the United States transitions from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM on October 1, 2015.
  • ICD-9-CM 999.89 is a billable medical code that can be used to specify a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim.
  • You are viewing the 2012 version of ICD-9-CM 999.89.
  • More recent version(s) of ICD-9-CM 999.89: 2013 2014.
Applies To
  • Delayed serologic transfusion reaction (DSTR), incompatibility unspecified
Use Additional
  • Use additional code to identify graft-versus-host reaction (279.5)
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 999.89 converts approximately to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM T80.89XA Other complications following infusion, transfusion and therapeutic injection, initial encounter
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 999.89:
  • Complications
    • transfusion (blood) (lymphocytes) (plasma) 999.80
      • acute lung injury (TRALI) 518.7
      • atrophy, liver, yellow, subacute (within 8 months of administration) - see Hepatitis, viral
      • bone marrow 996.85
      • embolism
      • febrile nonhemolytic reaction (FNHTR) 780.66
      • hemolysis NEC 999.89
      • hemolytic reaction, incompatibility unspecified 999.83
      • hepatitis (serum) (type B) (within 8 months after administration) - see Hepatitis, viral
      • incompatibility reaction
        • ABO 999.60
          • with hemolytic transfusion reaction (HTR) (not specified as acute or delayed) 999.61
          • specified type NEC 999.69
        • minor blood group 999.89
        • non-ABO (minor antigens) (Duffy) (Kell) (Kidd) (Lewis) (M) (N) (P) (S) 999.75
          • with hemolytic transfusion reaction (HTR) (not specified as acute or delayed) 999.76
          • specified type NEC 999.79
        • Rh antigen (C) (c) (D) (E) (e) (factor) 999.70
          • with hemolytic transfusion reaction (HTR) (not specified as acute or delayed) 999.71
          • specified type NEC 999.74
      • infection 999.39
      • jaundice (serum) (within 8 months after administration) - see Hepatitis, viral
      • sepsis 999.39
      • specified reaction NEC 999.89
      • shock or reaction NEC 999.89
      • subacute yellow atrophy of liver (within 8 months after administration) - see Hepatitis, viral
      • thromboembolism 999.2
  • Hemoglobinemia 283.2
    • due to blood transfusion NEC 999.89
  • Hemolysis
    • transfusion NEC 999.89
  • Postperfusion syndrome NEC 999.89
  • Reaction
    • incompatibility
      • blood group (see also Complications, transfusion) 999.80
        • ABO (due to transfusion of blood or blood products) (see also Complications, transfusion) 999.60
        • minor blood group 999.89
        • non-ABO (see also Complications, transfusion) 999.75
      • Rh antigen (C) (c) (D) (E) (e) (factor) (infusion) (transfusion) (see also Complications, transfusion) 999.70
  • Shock 785.50
    • septic 785.52
      • with
        • abortion - see Abortion, by type, with shock
        • ectopic pregnancy (see also categories 633.0-633.9) 639.5
        • molar pregnancy (see also categories 630-632) 639.5
      • due to
        • surgical procedure 998.02
        • transfusion NEC 999.89
      • following
        • abortion 639.5
        • ectopic or molar pregnancy 639.5
        • surgical procedure 998.02
        • transfusion NEC 999.89
      • postoperative 998.02
  • Syndrome - see also Disease
    • postperfusion NEC 999.89
  • Transfusion, blood
    • incompatible (see also Complications, transfusion) 999.80
      • ABO (see also Complications, transfusion) 999.60
      • minor blood group 999.89
      • non-ABO (see also Complications, transfusion) 999.75
      • Rh (antigen) (C) (c) (D) (E) (e) (see also Complications, transfusion) 999.70
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