ICD 10 CM Code For Pyuria- N39 is a non-billable code used to specify a diagnosis of urinary tract infection, site not specified. There are thousands of codes, among them it’s tough to remind the specific one. You can relate the diagnosis with the codes that are enlisted hereby. You can use the code for the below-mentioned queries too.
- ICD 10 code for pyuria without UTI
- ICD 10 code for acute pyuria
- ICD 10 cm code for sterile pyuria.
- N39 Other disorders of urinary system
- N39.4 Other urinary
- N39.8 Other disorders of urinary system
- N39.9 of urinary
A bacterial infectious process affecting any part of the urinary tract, most commonly the bladder and the urethra. Symptoms include urinary urgency and frequency, burning sensation during urination, lower abdominal discomfort, and cloudy urine.
- pain or burning when you use the bathroom
- fever, tiredness or shakiness
- an urge to use the bathroom often
- pressure in your lower belly
- urine that smells bad or looks cloudy or reddish
- less frequently, nausea or back pain
Treatment with medicines to kill the infection will make it better, often in one or two days.