Instruction manual part 9 tabulation lists


Download Instruction manual part 9 tabulation lists


Preview text

Instruction Manual
Part 9
ICD-10 Cause-of-Death Lists for Tabulating Mortality Statistics (Updated January 2007 to include the External Cause of Injury Mortality Matrix and WHO updates to ICD-10 for data year 2006)
From the CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION/ National Center for Health Statistics
{{ PAGE }{ PAGE }{ PAGE } PAGE }

Instruction Manual
Part 9
ICD-10 Cause-of-Death Lists for Tabulating Mortality Statistics (Updated January 2007 to include the External Cause of Injury Mortality Matrix and WHO updates to ICD-10 for data year 2006)
Vital Statistics
Data Preparation
U.S. DEPARTMENT of HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics Hyattsville, Maryland January 2007

Acknowledgments This Instruction Manual was prepared and updated in the Mortality Statistics Branch (MSB) of the Division of Vital Statistics (DVS) under the general direction of Robert N. Anderson, Ph.D., Branch Chief for MSB. Kenneth D. Kochanek wrote the text and coordinated production of the lists. Lloyd Reich and Brenda Gillum created the original draft tabulation lists. Kenneth D. Kochanek, Jeffrey D. Maurer, and Linda Le provided extensive content review of the original tabulation lists. We would like to thank the numerous reviewers from federal and state agencies for their helpful comments and suggestions that have been incorporated into the final tabulation lists. The original tabulation lists were verified by the Systems, Programming and Statistical Resources Branch of DVS. Questions regarding this manual should be directed to the Mortality Statistics Branch, Division of Vital Statistics, National Center for Health Statistics, 3311 Toledo Road, Room 7318, Hyattsville, Maryland 20782, (301) 458-4666.
{{ NUMPAGES }{ NUMPAGES } PAGE }

Section

CONTENTS

Page

I. Introduction ...................................................................................................... 1
A. Purpose of This Manual .............................................................................. 1 B. Changes from the WHO Tabulation Lists, Ninth Revision ........................... 1 C. Methodology ............................................................................................... 2 D. NCHS Lists ................................................................................................. 2
II. References ....................................................................................................... 5
III. Tables
A. List of 358 Selected Causes of Death ......................................................... 6
B. List of 113 Selected Causes of Death .........................................................15
C. List of 130 Selected Causes of Infant Death ...............................................18
D. List of 39 Selected Causes of Death...........................................................21
E. List of 124 Selected Causes of Fetal Death ................................................22
F. List of Motor Vehicle Accident Deaths.........................................................25
G. List of Injury, Poisoning and Certain Other Consequences of External Causes .........................................................................................26
H. External Cause of Injury Mortality Matrix................................................27
I. WHO Mortality Tabulation List 1, General Mortality, Condensed List ...........29
J. WHO Mortality Tabulation List 2, General Mortality, Selected List...............31
K. WHO Mortality Tabulation List 3, Infant and Child Mortality, Condensed List............................................................................................33
L. WHO Mortality Tabulation List 4, Infant and Child Mortality, Selected List ................................................................................................35
M. Category Codes in the Tenth Revision That Are Used for Underlying Cause-of-Death Classification (Valid codes) ...............................................36

{{ NUMPAGES }{ NUMPAGES } PAGE }

N. Category Codes in the Tenth Revision Not To Be Used for Underlying Cause-of-Death Classification (Invalid codes) .............................................49
O. Category Codes Not Used in the Tenth Revision ICD ................................50 P. ICD-10 Changes to "Table M (Valid codes)" and "Table N (Invalid codes)"
Since 1999....................................................................................................51 IV. Appendices
A. Notice of Change, Number 1, December 1998 ...........................................53 B. Notice of Change, Number 2, July 1999 .....................................................56 C. Notice of Change, Number 3, November 2001 ...........................................57 . D. Notice of Change, Number 4, October 2002 ...............................................60 E. Notice of Change, Number 5, January 2007 ...............................................64
{{ NUMPAGES }{ NUMPAGES } PAGE }

ICD-10 CAUSE-OF-DEATH LISTS FOR TABULATING MORTALITY STATISTICS (Updated January 2007 to include the External Cause of Injury Mortality Matrix
and WHO updates to ICD-10 for data year 2006)
I. INTRODUCTION
A. Purpose of This Manual
This manual presents the lists of causes of death for tabulation and dissemination of mortality data by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) under the Tenth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO)(1). NCHS began using this manual for data year 1999. A total of nine (9) tabulation lists are described. Eight (8) of the lists are used for both underlying and multiple causes of death, and one for multiple causes of death only.
The tabulation lists in this report have been developed to maintain continuity with the lists from the Ninth Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9)(2); to facilitate trend analysis; and to separately identify causes of death that are of public health and medical importance.
Periodically, NCHS Instruction Manuals are updated in order to correct errors and to reflect needed modifications dictated by changes in medical science, statistical practice and processing technology. This update represents the fifth to the lists that are used by NCHS to present mortality data and include the addition of the External Cause of Injury Mortality Matrix and WHO updates to ICD-10 for data year 2006. States and other federal agencies and organizations using the NCHS lists should incorporate these changes as soon as possible. All changes listed in the "Notices of Change" have been incorporated into this updated version of the manual (see Appendices A-E). Changes in this manual are in bold when possible.
B. Changes from the WHO Tabulation Lists, Ninth Revision
The WHO tabulation lists of ICD-9 have been replaced in ICD-10 by more detailed lists of two types; condensed and selected. The condensed lists are the Mortality Tabulation List 1, General mortality, Condensed list (Table I) and the Mortality Tabulation List 3, Infant and child mortality, Condensed list (Table K). These lists provide categories for each ICD chapter and also, within most chapters, identify the categories of the selected lists together with residual categories entitled "Remainder of ...", which complete the coverage of the respective chapter.
Mortality Tabulation List 2, General mortality, Selected list (Table J) and Mortality Tabulation List 4, Infant and child mortality, Selected list (Table L), contain categories within most ICD-10 chapters for conditions and external
{ PAGE }{{ NUMPAGES }{ NUMPAGES } PAGE }

causes significant for monitoring and analyzing population health status and mortality related health concerns at both national and international levels. Chapter totals are not provided and only a few chapters have residual rubrics that enable such totals to be obtained.(1)
The four WHO lists from ICD-10 can be constructed from the NCHS tabulation lists by combining selected categories.
C. Methodology
The ICD-10 mortality tabulation lists were created by a team of health statisticians and medical officers following several steps. First, a complete oneto-one mapping of each category at the 4-digit level of both ICD-9 and ICD-10 was completed to identify the structure of ICD-10 and to highlight changes from ICD-9. The mapping indicated that many categories were subdivided into multiple codes in ICD-10 and that other codes in ICD-10 did not match any ICD9 codes. Second, the ICD-10 codes were aggregated into groups that were most comparable with ICD-9, except when medical or public health requirements and concerns warranted new combinations or groups of codes. The ICD-9 tabulation lists were used as a starting point to create the ICD-10 tabulation lists. Third, draft lists were sent for review to key federal and state health agencies for comment. The comments and suggestions were analyzed carefully to make decisions on which causes or cause groups should be included in the final tabulation lists.
D. NCHS Lists
Nine mortality tabulation lists are described: 1) the List of 358 Selected Causes of Death (Table A); 2) the List of 113 Selected Causes of Death (Table B); 3) the List of 130 Selected Causes of Infant Death (Table C); 4) the List of 39 Selected Causes of Death (Table D); 5) List of 124 Selected Causes of Fetal Death (Table E); 6) the List of Motor Vehicle Accident Deaths (Table F); 7) the List of Injury, Poisoning and Certain Other Consequences of External Causes (Table G); 8) the External Cause of Injury Mortality Matrix (Table H); and 9) the Each Cause List.
The List of 358 Selected Causes of Death (Table A), either directly or by combining multiple titles, can recreate the 103 categories in the WHO Mortality Tabulation List 1 and the 80 categories in the WHO Mortality Tabulation List 2. The List of 358 Selected Causes of Death is similar to the List of 282 Selected Causes of Death in ICD-9.
The List of 113 Selected Causes of Death (Table B) was constructed in part by combining certain titles in the List of 358 Selected Causes of Death. It is used for the general analysis of mortality and for ranking leading causes of death. It is similar to the List of 72 Selected Causes of Death in ICD-9.
{ PAGE }{{ NUMPAGES }{ NUMPAGES } PAGE }

The List of 130 Selected Causes of Infant Death (Table C), which is used for the analysis of infant mortality and for ranking leading causes of infant death, shows more detailed titles for Certain conditions originating in the perinatal period and Congenital malformations, deformations and chromosomal abnormalities than any other list except the Each Cause List. It is similar to the List of 61 Selected Causes of Infant Death in ICD-9.
The List of 39 Selected Causes of Death (Table D), which is used to show mortality data for geographic areas, was created by combining titles in the List of 113 Selected Causes of Death. It is similar to the List of 34 Selected Causes of Death in ICD-9.
The List of 124 Selected Causes of Fetal Death (Table E) is used to tabulate cause of fetal death; the structure of the list parallels that of the List of 130 Selected Causes of Infant Death.
A special List of Motor Vehicle Accident Deaths (Table F) is designed to maximize comparability with ICD-9 lists for trend comparisons. This is necessary because the ICD-10 categories for motor vehicle accidents differ substantially from those in ICD-9. In ICD-9 the focus of the motor vehicle accident section was on the nature of the accident, whereas in ICD-10 the focus is on the victim and the type of vehicle involved in the accident.
The List of Injury, Poisoning and Certain Other Consequences of External Causes (Table G) is used for tabulating the ICD-9 equivalent of Nature-of-Injury codes. It is derived from Chapter XIX of ICD-10, Injury, Poisoning and Certain Other Consequences of External Causes. These categories are used for tabulating multiple causes of death, NOT underlying cause of death. For Chapters I to XVIII and Chapter XX of ICD-10, the same tabulation lists are used for both underlying and multiple causes of death.
The External Cause of Injury Mortality Matrix (Table H) is designed to present data on external causes of injury death according to the mortality matrix for ICD-10, a detailed and comprehensive framework for tabulating and presenting injury deaths. Using this matrix, injury deaths can be presented by mechanism and intent. Additional information about the injury mortality matrix can be found at http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/about/otheract/ice/matrix10.htm
The Each Cause List is made up of each 4-digit category in ICD-10 that is to be used for underlying cause-of-death classification (codes only, Table M). The Each Cause List --with titles and codes-- is not included in this manual, but is available in electronic form on the Internet (http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/) and on request to the Division of Vital Statistics, NCHS.
{ PAGE }{{ NUMPAGES }{ NUMPAGES } PAGE }

The causes designated by the symbol # in Tables B, C, and E are eligible to be ranked as leading causes of death for the specified population and infant/fetal groups (3,4). In addition to the NCHS lists and the WHO lists, this manual includes a list of ICD-10 category codes that are to be used for underlying cause-of-death classification (Table M), a list of ICD-10 category codes that are not to be used for underlying cause-of-death classification (Table N), a list of the category codes not used in ICD-10 (Table O), and a list of changes to ICD-10 codes (Table P).
{ PAGE }{{ NUMPAGES }{ NUMPAGES } PAGE }

II. REFERENCES 1) World Health Organization. International Statistical Classification of Diseases and
Related Health Problems, Tenth Revision. Geneva: World Health Organization, 1992. 2) World Health Organization. Manual of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries, and Causes of Death, based on the recommendations of the Ninth Revision Conference, 1975. Geneva: World Health Organization, 1977. 3) National Center for Health Statistics. Vital Statistics of the United States. 1999, Volume II, Mortality, Part A. Washington: Public Health Service. 4) Gardner P, Rosenberg HM, Wilson RW. Leading causes of death by age, sex, race, and hispanic origin: United States, 1992. National Center for Health Statistics. Vital Health Stat 20(29). 1996.
{ PAGE }{{ NUMPAGES }{ NUMPAGES } PAGE }

Preparing to load PDF file. please wait...

0 of 0
100%
Instruction manual part 9 tabulation lists