Specific code 2013 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 285.1
Acute posthemorrhagic anemia
  • Short description: Ac posthemorrhag anemia.
  • ICD-9-CM 285.1 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 285.1 is a billable medical code that can be used to specify a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim.
  • You are viewing the 2013 version of ICD-9-CM 285.1.
  • More recent version(s) of ICD-9-CM 285.1: 2014.
Disease Synonyms
  • Anemia, posthemorrhagic, acute
285.1 Excludes
  • anemia due to chronic blood loss (280.0)
  • blood loss anemia NOS (280.0)
Applies To
  • Anemia due to acute blood loss
Convert to ICD-10-CM: 285.1 converts directly to:
  • 2014 ICD-10-CM D62 Acute posthemorrhagic anemia
ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 285.1:
  • Anemia 285.9
    • blood loss (chronic) 280.0
      • acute 285.1
    • due to
      • antineoplastic chemotherapy 285.3
      • blood loss (chronic) 280.0
        • acute 285.1
      • chemotherapy, antineoplastic 285.3
      • defect of Embden-Meyerhof pathway glycolysis 282.3
      • disorder of glutathione metabolism 282.2
      • drug - see Anemia, by type (see also Table of Drugs and Chemicals)
        • chemotherapy, antineoplastic 285.3
      • fetal blood loss 776.5
      • fish tapeworm (D. latum) infestation 123.4
      • glutathione metabolism disorder 282.2
      • hemorrhage (chronic) 280.0
        • acute 285.1
      • hexose monophosphate (HMP) shunt deficiency 282.2
      • impaired absorption 280.9
      • loss of blood (chronic) 280.0
        • acute 285.1
      • myxedema 244.9
      • Necator americanus 126.1
      • prematurity 776.6
      • selective vitamin B12 malabsorption with proteinuria 281.1
    • hemolytic 283.9
      • acquired 283.9
        • with hemoglobinuria NEC 283.2
        • autoimmune (cold type) (idiopathic) (primary) (secondary) (symptomatic) (warm type) 283.0
        • due to
          • cold reactive antibodies 283.0
          • drug exposure 283.0
          • warm reactive antibodies 283.0
        • fragmentation 283.19
        • idiopathic (chronic) 283.9
        • infectious 283.19
        • non-autoimmune 283.10
        • toxic 283.19
        • traumatic cardiac 283.19
      • acute 283.9
        • due to enzyme deficiency NEC 282.3
        • fetus or newborn (see also Disease, hemolytic) 773.2
        • Lederer's (acquired infectious hemolytic anemia) 283.19
      • autoimmune (acquired) 283.0
      • chronic 282.9
      • cold type (secondary) (symptomatic) 283.0
      • congenital (spherocytic) (see also Spherocytosis) 282.0
        • nonspherocytic - see Anemia, hemolytic, nonspherocytic, congenital
      • drug-induced 283.0
      • due to
        • cardiac conditions 283.19
        • drugs 283.0
        • enzyme deficiency NEC 282.3
        • presence of shunt or other internal prosthetic device 283.19
        • thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura 446.6
      • elliptocytotic (see also Elliptocytosis) 282.1
      • familial 282.9
      • hereditary 282.9
        • due to enzyme deficiency NEC 282.3
        • specified NEC 282.8
      • idiopathic (chronic) 283.9
      • infectious (acquired) 283.19
      • mechanical 283.19
      • microangiopathic 283.19
      • nonautoimmune 283.10
      • nonspherocytic
      • of or complicating pregnancy 648.2
      • resulting from presence of shunt or other internal prosthetic device 283.19
      • secondary 283.19
      • sickle-cell - see Disease, sickle-cell
      • Stransky-Regala type (Hb-E) (see also Disease, hemoglobin) 282.7
      • symptomatic 283.19
        • autoimmune 283.0
          • acute 285.1
      • toxic (acquired) 283.19
      • uremic (adult) (child) 283.11
      • warm type (secondary) (symptomatic) 283.0
    • hypochromic (idiopathic) (microcytic) (normoblastic) 280.9
      • with iron loading 285.0
      • due to blood loss (chronic) 280.0
        • acute 285.1
      • familial sex linked 285.0
      • pyridoxine-responsive 285.0
    • iron (Fe) deficiency 280.9
      • due to blood loss (chronic) 280.0
        • acute 285.1
      • of or complicating pregnancy 648.2
      • specified NEC 280.8
    • microcytic (hypochromic) 280.9
    • normocytic (infectional) (not due to blood loss) 285.9
      • due to blood loss (chronic) 280.0
        • acute 285.1
      • myelophthisic 284.2
    • posthemorrhagic (chronic) 280.0
    • postoperative
      • due to (acute) blood loss 285.1
      • other 285.9
    • secondary (to) 285.9
      • blood loss (chronic) 280.0
        • acute 285.1
      • hemorrhage 280.0
        • acute 285.1
      • inadequate dietary iron intake 280.1
    • sideropenic 280.9
      • due to blood loss (chronic) 280.0
        • acute 285.1
  • Hemorrhage, hemorrhagic (nontraumatic) 459.0
    • anemia (chronic) 280.0
      • acute 285.1
  • Hypochromic anemia 280.9
    • due to blood loss (chronic) 280.0
      • acute 285.1
  • Normocytic anemia (infectional) 285.9
    • due to blood loss (chronic) 280.0
      • acute 285.1
  • Posthemorrhagic anemia (chronic) 280.0
    • acute 285.1
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