Definition of Dengue: Dengue is a viral disease transmitted by the bite of a mosquito infected by dengue viruses. It is one disease entity with different clinical presentations and often with unpredictable clinical evolution and outcome. Most patients recover following a self-limiting non-severe clinical course like nausea, vomiting, rash, aches and pains, but a small proportion progress to severe disease, mostly characterised by plasma leakage with or without haemorrhage, although severe haemorrhages or severe organ impairment can occur, with or without dengue shock.
- Myelitis due to Dengue virus (1D02.1)
- Encephalitis due to Dengue fever (1C80)
ICD 11 Code For Dengue without warning signs
1D20 Dengue without warning signs
- Dengue haemorrhagic fever Grade 1
- Dengue fever without warning signs
- Dengue haemorrhagic fever without warning signs
1D21 Dengue with warning signs
Definition of Dengue with warning signs: Clinical warning signs are: abdominal pain or tenderness, mucosal bleeding, lethargy and /or restlessness, rapid decrease in platelet count, increase in haematocrit. Other signs can include: persistent vomiting, visible fluid accumulation, liver enlargement more than 2 cm.
1D22 Severe dengue
Definition of Severe Dengue: Clinical signs include: 1. Severe plasma leakage leading to shock (Dengue shock syndrome – DSS) and/or fluid accumulation with respiratory distress. 2. severe bleeding as evaluated by clinician, 3.) severe organ involvement: Liver AST or ALT >=1000, CNS: impaired consciousness, involvement of other organs, as myocarditis or nephritis
1D2Z Dengue fever unspecified