ICD 10 CM Codes

F05 Delirium due to known physiological condition
Billable Code  is a billable ICD-10-CM code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes.
GEMS
ICD-10-CM F05 converts approximately to:ICD-9-CM
2015 ICD-9-CM 293.1 Subacute delirium
GEMS
ICD-10-CM F05 converts approximately to:ICD-9-CM
2015 ICD-9-CM 293.0 Delirium due to conditions classified elsewhere
Type 1 Excludes
delirium NOS (R41.0)
Type 2 Excludes
delirium tremens alcohol-induced or unspecified (F10.231, F10.921)
Alternate Description
Acute or subacute brain syndrome
Acute or subacute confusional state (nonalcoholic)
Acute or subacute infective psychosis
Acute or subacute organic reaction
Acute or subacute psycho-organic syndrome
Delirium of mixed etiology
Delirium superimposed on dementia
Sundowning
Code first
the underlying physiological condition
ICD-10-CM Index Entry
ICD-10-CM Index entries containing back-references to ICD-10-CM '.F05.'
Confusion, confused; epileptic
Delirium, delirious (acute or subacute) (not alcohol- or drug-induced) (with dementia); due to (secondary to); general medical condition
Delirium, delirious (acute or subacute) (not alcohol- or drug-induced) (with dementia); due to (secondary to); multiple etiologies
Delirium, delirious (acute or subacute) (not alcohol- or drug-induced) (with dementia); due to (secondary to); unknown etiology
Delirium, delirious (acute or subacute) (not alcohol- or drug-induced) (with dementia); postprocedural (postoperative)
Delirium, delirious (acute or subacute) (not alcohol- or drug-induced) (with dementia); puerperal
Dementia (degenerative (primary)) (old age) (persisting); senile; with acute confusional state
Epilepsy, epileptic, epilepsia (attack) (cerebral) (convulsion) (fit) (seizure); twilight
Insanity, insane; confusional; acute or subacute
Psychosis, psychotic; confusional; acute or subacute
Psychosis, psychotic; infective (acute) (subacute)
Psychosis, psychotic; organic; due to or associated with; disease; endocrine or metabolic; acute or subacute
Psychosis, psychotic; organic; due to or associated with; epilepsy transient (acute)
Psychosis, psychotic; organic; due to or associated with; infection; brain (intracranial); acute or subacute
Psychosis, psychotic; organic; due to or associated with; trauma, brain (birth) (from electric current) (surgical); acute or subacute
Psychosis, psychotic; organic; infective; acute or subacute
Psychosis, psychotic; organic; post-traumatic; acute or subacute
Puerperal, puerperium (complicated by, complications); delirium NEC
Senile, senility; with; acute confusional state
State (of); confusional (psychogenic); acute; with; senility or dementia
State (of); confusional (psychogenic); epileptic
State (of); twilight; epileptic
Syndrome; psycho-organic (nonpsychotic severity); acute or subacute
Twilight state; epileptic