|Question 13. 13.This 21-month old male presents to the Emergency Department with nausea and vomiting since 10 pm last night, at least 8 times, which is nonbloody but bilious. Temp of 39.8 since last night. He has a history of Tetralogy of Fallot, s/p repair 2 months ago. He has known immunodeficiency, laryngomalacia, and a gastrostomy tube. After examination, working differential diagnoses are acute gastroenteritis, bacteremia, or possible septicemia. Symptoms similar to episode about 1 month ago that was determined to be bacteremia with G-tube site infection. The patient is treated with Zofran 2 mg IV, followed by Ceftriaxone 600 mg IV. The patient is discharged after resolution of vomiting and fever. Diagnosis listed as acute gastroenteritis.
Assign the correct ICD-10-CM codes for the facility services provided today.
(Points : 5)
D84.9, K52.9, Q31.5, Z87.74, Z93.1
D84.9, K52.9, Q31.5, Z98.89, Z93.1
D84.9, K52.9, Q33.5, Z84.74, Z98.89, Z93.1
D84.9, K52.9, Q31.5, Z84.74, Z98.89