ICD-9-CM Volume 3 - (35–39) Operations On The Cardiovascular System - Vessels


  • (38) Incision, excision, and occlusion of vessels
    • (38.0) Incision of vessel
      • Thrombectomy
    • (38.1) Endarterectomy
    • (38.2) Diagnostic procedures on blood vessels
    • (38.3) Resection of vessel with anastomosis
    • (38.4) Resection of vessel with replacement
    • (38.5) Ligation and stripping of varicose veins
    • (38.6) Other excision of vessel
    • (38.7) Interruption of the vena cava
    • (38.8) Other surgical occlusion of vessels
    • (38.9) Puncture of vessel
      • (38.91) Arterial catheterization
      • (38.92) Umbilical vein catheterization
      • (38.93) Venous catheterization, not elsewhere classified
      • (38.94) Venous cutdown
      • (38.95) Venous catheterization for renal dialysis
      • (38.98) Other puncture of artery
      • (38.99) Other puncture of vein
  • (39) Other operations on vessels
    • (39.0) Systemic to pulmonary artery shunt
    • (39.1) Intra-abdominal venous shunt
      • transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS)
    • (39.2) Other shunt or vascular bypass
    • (39.3) Suture of vessel
    • (39.4) Revision of vascular procedure
    • (39.5) Other repair of vessels
    • (39.6) Extracorporeal circulation and procedures auxiliary to heart surgery
      • (39.61) Extracorporeal circulation auxiliary to open heart surgery
        • Cardiopulmonary bypass
      • (39.62) Hypothermia (systemic) incidental to open heart surgery
      • (39.63) Cardioplegia
      • (39.64) Intraoperative cardiac pacemaker
      • (39.65) Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO)
      • (39.66) Percutaneous cardiopulmonary bypass
    • (39.7) Endovascular repair of vessel
    • (39.8) Operations on carotid body and other vascular bodies
    • (39.9) Other operations on vessels
      • (39.90) Insertion of non-drug-eluting peripheral vessel stent(s)
      • (39.91) Freeing of vessel
      • (39.92) Injection of sclerosing agent into vein
      • (39.93) Insertion of vessel-to-vessel cannula
      • (39.94) Replacement of vessel-to-vessel cannula
      • (39.95) Hemodialysis
        • Artificial kidney
        • Hemodiafiltration
        • Hemofiltration
        • Renal dialysis
      • (39.96) Total body perfusion
      • (39.97) Other perfusionge, not otherwise specified
      • (39.98) Control of hemorrhage, not otherwise specified
      • (39.99) Other operations on vessels

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