; ICD-9 Code E910 -Accidental drowning and submersion- AAPC Coder
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Accidental drowning and submersion (E910)

ICD-9 code E910 for Accidental drowning and submersion is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range -ACCIDENTS CAUSED BY SUBMERSION, SUFFOCATION, AND FOREIGN BODIES (E910-E915).

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Accidental drowning and submersion

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