This article will outline the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and the ICD 10 CM code for SIADH.
SIADH ICD 10 Causes
There are many reasons why the body has to produce a lot of SIADH ICD 10. The most common situations in which SIADH ICD 10 is released into the blood when it is not naturally or insufficiently produced include medications such as certain type 2 diabetes medications, anti-seizure medications, antidepressants, heart and blood pressure medications, cancer medications, anesthesia during surgery or general anesthesia, brain disorders such as injuries, infections, strokes, brain surgery or areas of the hypothalamus and lungs, diseases such as pneumonia, tuberculosis, cancer and chronic infections. Rare causes include rare diseases of the amygdala, pituitary gland, lung cancer, small intestine, pancreas or brain, leukemia and mental disorders.
SIADH ICD 10 Symptoms
The symptoms of SIADH ICD 10 may be similar to other problems or illnesses. Some of these symptoms can also occur in a person. The SIADH ICD 10 symptoms include in severe cases:
- depressive mood
- memory problems
- personality changes
SIADH ICD 10 Diagnosis
The diagnosis of the SIADH ICD 10 (syndrome of inadequate antidiuretic hormone secretion) is based on an adequate assessment of the hyponatremic state of serum sodium levels (13.6 mmol / L) and the inclusion of other causal conditions which would lead to adequate secretion of the antidiuretic hormone (ADH). The patient should consult his pediatrician for a diagnosis. In addition to completing a medical history and physical examination of your child, the doctor can order a blood test that measures sodium and potassium chloride (osmolality) levels and the concentration of solutions in the blood. This test is necessary to confirm the diagnosis SIADH ICD 10.
SIADH ICD 10 Treatment
The specific treatment of SIADH ICD 10 is determined by the doctor on the basis of the age of the patients, the general health status, the medical history, the extent of the disorder, the tolerance to certain drugs, procedures and therapies, the expectations of the course of the disease, as well as their opinions and preferences. Treatments may include certain medications that inhibit the action of SIADH ICD 10 (also called vasopressin), surgical removal of tumors that produce SIADH ICD 10, and other medications that help regulate the body fluid volume. The most commonly prescribed treatments for SIADH ICD 10 are fluid and water restrictions. If the disease is chronic, fluid restrictions may have to be permanent.
ICD 10 Code For SIADH
ICD 10 CM E22.2 Syndrome of inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone