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POISONING BY DRUGS, MEDICINAL AND BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES ICD-9 Code range 960-979

The ICD-9 code range POISONING BY DRUGS, MEDICINAL AND BIOLOGICAL SUBSTANCES for 960-979 is medical classification list by the World Health Organization (WHO).

960

Poisoning by antibiotics

961

Poisoning by other anti-infectives

962

Poisoning by hormones and synthetic substitutes

963

Poisoning by primarily systemic agents

964

Poisoning by agents primarily affecting blood constituents

965

Poisoning by analgesics antipyretics and antirheumatics

966

Poisoning by anticonvulsants and anti-parkinsonism drugs

967

Poisoning by sedatives and hypnotics

968

Poisoning by other central nervous system depressants and anesthetics

969

Poisoning by psychotropic agents

970

Poisoning by central nervous system stimulants

971

Poisoning by drugs primarily affecting the autonomic nervous system

972

Poisoning by agents primarily affecting the cardiovascular system

973

Poisoning by agents primarily affecting the gastrointestinal system

974

Poisoning by water mineral and uric acid metabolism drugs

975

Poisoning by agents primarily acting on the smooth and skeletal muscles and respiratory system

976

Poisoning by agents primarily affecting skin and mucous membrane ophthalmological otorhinolaryngological and dental drugs

977

Poisoning by other and unspecified drugs and medicinal substances

978

Poisoning by bacterial vaccines

979

Poisoning by other vaccines and biological substances