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Pneumonia Primary care

Eleftheria Vasileiou, Chukwuma Iwundu, Alex Williams, Clare MacRae

Type
Disease or syndrome
ID
PH794
Version ID
2218
Valid event data range
01/01/2001 to 31/01/2021
Sex
Female/Male
Agreement Date
2021-11-12
Coding system
Read codes v2 CTV3 codes SNOMED CT codes
Tags /Collections
BREATHE Phenotype Library

Definition

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  • The definition of pneumonia has not been validated.

Implementation

These codes will capture both community- and hospital-acquired pneumonia. These codes are not intended to be mandatory, but are to be used as a starting point for the identification of pneumonia in routine EHR. Each study may differ in the sensitivity and specificity of the coding required.

Defining a community-acquired pneumonia occurrence in CPRD and HES, Millett et al. 2013 used the following algorithm:

1) Pneumonia records wtihin 28 days of each other were considered to be separate consultations for the same illness

2) First record of pneumonia was the index date

3) End of a pneumonia occurrence was defined as 28 days after the last pneumonia code within the illness episode

4) In HES, pneumonia coded as the primary diagnosis on the first day of a hospital admission

Defining a hospital-acquired pneumonia occurrence in HES and CPRD, Millett et al. 2013 used the following algorithm:

1) Pneumonia coded at any time beyond the first day of a hospital admission

2) Using CPRD in conjunction with HES, pneumonia coded in CPRD within 14 days of a hospital admission (for any cause) was deemed hospital-acquired

3) In CPRD, use of a hospital-acquired pneumonia code at any time during the pneumonia occurrence

Millett, E. R., Quint, J. K., Smeeth, L., Daniel, R. M., & Thomas, S. L. (2013). Incidence of community-acquired lower respiratory tract infections and pneumonia among older adults in the United Kingdom: a population-based study. PLoS One, 8(9), e75131. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075131

Defining a community-acquired pneumonia resulting in hospitalisation occurrence in HES, Hicks et al. 2016 used the following algorithm:

1) In HES, hospital admission following A&E visit, where pneumonia was coded as the primary diagnosis within two days of admission

Defining a hospital-acquired pneumonia occurrence in CPRD and HES, Hicks et al. 2016 used the following algorithm:

1) Pneumonia diagnosis in HES >2 days after hospital admission

2) Pneumonia diagnosed in CPRD within 7 days after hospital discharge

Hicks, B. M., Yin, H., Bladou, F., Ernst, P., & Azoulay, L. (2017). Androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer and the risk of hospitalisation for community-acquired pneumonia. Thorax, 72(7), 596-597. doi:10.1136/thoraxjnl-2016-209512

Defining a hospital-acquired respiratory infection including pneumonia occcurence using ICD-10 codes, Timmers et al. 2020 used the following algorithm:

1) The main diagnosis of acute hospital admission records, excluding any secondary diagnoses, was used to classify records into disease categories, which corresponded to disease blocks as described in the chapters of ICD-10.

2) Mortality trends were modelled using morbidity trends: we first determined the major disease categories (ICD-10 blocks) associated with the most lives lost.

Timmers PRHJ, Kerssens JJ, Minton J, Grant I, Wilson JF, Campbell H, Fischbacher CM, Joshi PK. Trends in disease incidence and survival and their effect on mortality in Scotland: nationwide cohort study of linked hospital admission and death records 2001-2016. BMJ Open. 2020 Mar 25;10(3):e034299. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034299. PMID: 32217562; PMCID: PMC7170664.

Defining a hospital-acquired respiratory infection including pneumonia occcurence using ICD-10 codes, Brunner-La Rocca et al. 2020 used the following algorithm:

1) Both bespoke chronic diseases (ICD-classification) and Clinical Classification Software (CCS) codes were used to define bacterial pneumonia as index hospitalisation.

Brunner-La Rocca HP, Peden CJ, Soong J, Holman PA, Bogdanovskaya M, Barclay L. Reasons for readmission after hospital discharge in patients with chronic diseases-Information from an international dataset. PLoS One. 2020 Jun 30;15(6):e0233457. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0233457. PMID: 32603361; PMCID: PMC7326238.

Defining a hospital-acquired respiratory infection including pneumonia occcurence using ICD-10 codes, Reynurn et al. 2020 used the following algorithm:

1) all-cause pneumonia (which is highly sensitive but not specific), and three clinical definitions based on WHO definitions of severe or very severe pneumonia, hypoxic pneumonia (which indicates severe disease and is the main cause for pneumonia-associated death), and radiological pneumonia

2) All-cause pneumonia included ICD-10 codes J10·0–18·9, J21, and J22. Bronchiolitis (ICD-10 code J21) was included because clinicians in Fiji code pneumonia according to Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses definitions (cough and breathing rate, according to age) and this includes bronchiolitis.

3) Severe or very severe pneumonia was based on the WHO 2005 pneumonia case definitions10 with the addition of oxygen saturation of less than 90% in room air, or death due to pneumonia (confirmed by a pathologist at autopsy).

4) Hypoxic pneumonia was defined as any child with pneumonia and oxygen saturation of less than 90% in room air, or death due to pneumonia.

5) Radiological pneumonia was defined as primary endpoint consolidation according to the WHO 2005 standard case definition as re-read by a paediatric radiologist (MdC). Individuals with pneumonia who died from pneumonia before having a chest radiograph taken were also classified as having radiological pneumonia.

Reyburn R, Tuivaga E, Nguyen CD, Ratu FT, Nand D, Kado J, Tikoduadua L, Jenkins K, de Campo M, Kama M, Devi R, Rafai E, Weinberger DM, Mulholland EK, Russell FM. Effect of ten-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine introduction on pneumonia hospital admissions in Fiji: a time-series analysis. Lancet Glob Health. 2021 Jan;9(1):e91-e98. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(20)30421-6. Epub 2020 Nov 20. PMID: 33227258.

Defining a community-acquired pneumonia resulting in hospitalisation occurrence, Lawrence et al. 2020 used the following algorithm:

1) Cases were identified by participating institutions via ICD10 codes mapping to a primary discharge diagnosis of pneumonia (J12.0–J18.0) and selected for eligibility against inclusion criteria to confirm a clinical and radiographic diagnosis of Community-Acquired Pneumonia (CAP).

Lawrence H, McKeever TM, Lim WS; British Thoracic Society. Admission to hospital in the UK at a weekend does not influence the prognosis of adults with community-acquired pneumonia. Thorax. 2020 Jul;75(7):594-596. doi: 10.1136/thoraxjnl-2019-214318. Epub 2020 Mar 31. PMID: 32234807.

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Publications

  • Publications between 2013-2019 identifying pneumonia in CPRD and/or HES

  • Millett, E. R., Quint, J. K., Smeeth, L., Daniel, R. M., & Thomas, S. L. (2013). Incidence of community-acquired lower respiratory tract infections and pneumonia among older adults in the United Kingdom: a population-based study. PLoS One, 8(9), e75131. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075131

  • Braeken, D. C., Rohde, G. G., Franssen, F. M., Driessen, J. H., van Staa, T. P., Souverein, P. C., . . . de Vries, F. (2017). Risk of community-acquired pneumonia in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease stratified by smoking status: a population-based cohort study in the United Kingdom. Int J Chron Obstruct Pulmon Dis, 12, 2425-2432. doi:10.2147/COPD.S138435

  • Hicks, B. M., Yin, H., Bladou, F., Ernst, P., & Azoulay, L. (2017). Androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer and the risk of hospitalisation for community-acquired pneumonia. Thorax, 72(7), 596-597. doi:10.1136/thoraxjnl-2016-209512

  • Sun, X., Douiri, A., & Gulliford, M. (2019). Pneumonia incidence trends in UK primary care from 2002 to 2017: population-based cohort study. Epidemiol Infect, 147, e263. doi:10.1017/S0950268819001559

  • Publications in 2020-2021 identified in PubMed

  • Timmers PRHJ, Kerssens JJ, Minton J, et al. (2020). Trends in disease incidence and survival and their effect on mortality in Scotland: nationwide cohort study of linked hospital admission and death records 2001–2016. BMJ Open 2020;10:e034299. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-034299

  • Brunner-La Rocca HP, Peden CJ, Soong J, Holman PA, Bogdanovskaya M, et al. (2020) Reasons for readmission after hospital discharge in patients with chronic diseases—Information from an international dataset. PLOS ONE 15(6): e0233457. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0233457

  • Reyburn R, Tuivaga E, Nguyen CD, Ratu FT, Nand D, Kado J, Tikoduadua L, Jenkins K, de Campo M, Kama M, Devi R, Rafai E, Weinberger DM, Mulholland EK, Russell FM. Effect of ten-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine introduction on pneumonia hospital admissions in Fiji: a time-series analysis. Lancet Glob Health. 2021 Jan;9(1):e91-e98. doi: 10.1016/S2214-109X(20)30421-6. Epub 2020 Nov 20. PMID: 33227258.

  • Lawrence H, McKeever TM, Lim WS; British Thoracic Society. Admission to hospital in the UK at a weekend does not influence the prognosis of adults with community-acquired pneumonia. Thorax. 2020 Jul;75(7):594-596. doi: 10.1136/thoraxjnl-2019-214318. Epub 2020 Mar 31. PMID: 32234807.

  • Mesalles-Naranjo O, Grant I, Wyper GMA, et al. Trends and inequalities in the burden of mortality in Scotland 2000–2015. PLoS One 2018

  • Bennett JE, Pearson-Stuttard J, Kontis V, et al. Contributions of diseases and injuries to widening life expectancy inequalities in England from 2001 to 2016: a population-based analysis of vital registration data. Lancet Public Health 2018

  • Code repositories

  • ID- Manchester Clinical Codes 52 - Repository- Manchester ClinicalCodes - Description- Risks of smoking and benefits of smoking cessation on hospitalisations for cardiovascular events and respiratory infection in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a retrospective cohort study using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink - Conditions- Respiratory tract infection - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1136/rmdopen-2017-000506 - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- Manchester Clinical Codes 42 - Repository- Manchester ClinicalCodes - Description- Smoking-related mortality in patients with early rheumatoid arthritis – a retrospective cohort study using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink - Conditions- Respiratory tract infection - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1002/acr.22882 - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (aspiration pneumonitis) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- A chronological map of 308 physical and mental health conditions from 4 million individuals in the English National Health Service - Conditions- Aspiration pneumonitis - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1016/S2589-7500(19)30012-3 - Clinical codes- Read Version 2 & ICD-10

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (bacterial diseases, excl TB) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- A chronological map of 308 physical and mental health conditions from 4 million individuals in the English National Health Service - Conditions- Bacterial diseases (excl TB) - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1016/S2589-7500(19)30012-3 - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (LRTI) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- A chronological map of 308 physical and mental health conditions from 4 million individuals in the English National Health Service - Conditions- Lower respiratory tract infections - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1016/S2589-7500(19)30012-3 - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (other/unspecified infectious organisms) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- A chronological map of 308 physical and mental health conditions from 4 million individuals in the English National Health Service - Conditions- Other or unspecified infectious organisms - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1016/S2589-7500(19)30012-3 - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (TB) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- A chronological map of 308 physical and mental health conditions from 4 million individuals in the English National Health Service - Conditions- TB - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1016/S2589-7500(19)30012-3 - Clinical codes- Read Version 2 & ICD-10

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (viral diseases, excl hepatitis/HIV) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- A chronological map of 308 physical and mental health conditions from 4 million individuals in the English National Health Service - Conditions- Viral diseases (excl chronic hepatitis/HIV) - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1016/S2589-7500(19)30012-3 - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (pneumonia, 10.1371) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- Incidence of Community-Acquired Lower Respiratory Tract Infections and Pneumonia among Older Adults in the United Kingdom: A Population-Based Study - Conditions- Pneumonia - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0075131 - Clinical codes- Read Version 2 SNOMED-CT ICD-10 ICD-11 UK Biobank

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (pneumonia, 10.2147) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- Risk of community-acquired pneumonia in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease stratified by smoking status: a population-based cohort study in the United Kingdom - Conditions- Pneumonia - Publication- https://doi.org/10.2147/COPD.S138435 - Clinical codes-

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (pneumonia, 10.1136) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- Androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer and the risk of hospitalisation for community-acquired pneumonia - Conditions- Pneumonia - Publication- http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/thoraxjnl-2016-209512 - Clinical codes-

  • ID- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (pneumonia, 10.1017) - Repository- HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project - Description- Pneumonia incidence trends in UK primary care from 2002 to 2017: population-based cohort study - Conditions- Pneumonia - Publication- https://doi.org/10.1017/S0950268819001559 - Clinical codes-

  • ID- OpenSAFELY (2020-05-18) - Repository- OpenSAFELY - Description- Codes indicating a diagnosis of influenza or influenza-like illness - Conditions- Documented influenza illness - Publication- - Clinical codes- CTV3 (Read V3) with TPP extensions

  • ID- OpenSAFELY (2020-05-19) - Repository- OpenSAFELY - Description- Codes indicating a diagnosis of a lower respiratory tract infection excluding pneumonia - Conditions- Lower respiratory tract infection - Publication- - Clinical codes- CTV3 (Read V3) with TPP extensions

  • ID- OpenSAFELY (2020-05-10) - Repository- OpenSAFELY - Description- Pneumonia ICD-10 codes - Conditions- Pneumonia secondary care - Publication- - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- OpenSAFELY (2020-07-16) - Repository- OpenSAFELY - Description- Codes indicating COVID-19 case (1 of 13 possible types of CTV3 codes that contain information related to COVID-19) - Conditions- COVID identification in primary care - probable covid - sequelae - Publication- - Clinical codes- CTV3 (Read V3)

  • ID- LSHTM Data Compass (2049) - Repository- LSHTM Data Compass - Description- Read codes for lower respiratory tract infections - Conditions- Lower respiratory tract infection - Publication- https://doi.org/10.17037/DATA.00002049 - Clinical codes- CPRD GOLD Medcodes

  • ID- LSHTM Data Compass (2050) - Repository- LSHTM Data Compass - Description- ICD-10 codes for lower respiratory tract infections - Conditions- Lower respiratory tract infection - Publication- https://doi.org/10.17037/DATA.00002050 - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- LSHTM Data Compass (0847) - Repository- LSHTM Data Compass - Description- ICD-10 codes for pneumonia - Conditions- Pneumonia - Publication- https://doi.org/10.17037/DATA.00000847 - Clinical codes- ICD-10

  • ID- LSHTM Data Compass (1654) - Repository- LSHTM Data Compass - Description- Read codes and terms used for pneumonia (CPRD) - Conditions- Pneumonia - Publication- https://doi.org/10.17037/DATA.00001654 - Clinical codes- Read Version 2 & CPRD GOLD Medcodes

  • ID- Oxford-RCGP RSC - Repository- Oxford-RCGP RSC - Description- Surveillance & acute pathways of care theme - Conditions- PneumoniaOrPneumonitis-WRpt - Publication- - Clinical codes-

Clinical Code List

Rows: 12
Code Description BREATHE recommended OpenSAFELY (2020-05-18) OpenSAFELY (2020-05-19) OpenSAFELY (2020-07-16)
H2... Pneumonia and influenza Y Y Y
H20.. Viral pneumonia (& chest infection) Y
H202. Parainfluenzal pneumonia Y Y Y
H270. Influenzal pneumonia Y Y Y
H2700 Influenza with bronchopneumonia Y Y Y
H2701 Influenza with pneumonia, influenza virus identified Y Y Y
H270z Influenza with pneumonia NOS Y Y Y
H2y.. Other specified pneumonia or influenza Y Y
H2z.. Pneumonia or influenza NOS Y Y
XE0ZF Pneumonia and influenza &/or pneumonia Y Y
XaeVN Influenza with pneumonia due to seasonal influenza virus Y Y Y
Y210a Pneumonia caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (disorder) Y Y
Rows: 198
Code Description SNOMED CT Concept ID SNOMED CT Description ID Read v2 BREATHE recommended HDR UK National Phenomics Resource Project (pneumonia, 10.1371 to 10.1017)
107173015 Pneumonia due to Klebsiella pneumoniae 64479007 107173015 H220.00 Y Y
1216638013 Pneumonia with tularaemia 45556008 1216638013 H244.00 Y
1219703018 Pneumonia with aspergillosis 111900000 1219703018 H246.00 Y
12220811000006115 Pneumonia co-occurrent and due to measles 195900001 3657855014 Y
1222332017 Chest infection - other bacterial pneumonia 53084003 88303013 H22..11 Y Y
1222333010 Chest infection - pneumonia organism OS 312342009 456043010 H23..11 Y Y
1229740013 Influenza with bronchopneumonia 41269000 1229740013 H270000 Y
1231962012 Pneumonia with pertussis 59475000 1231962012 H243.11 Y
1231963019 Pneumonia with whooping cough 59475000 1231963019 H243.00 Y Y
1232627018 Pneumonia due to parainfluenza virus 64917006 499984015 H202.00 Y Y
125510013 Viral pneumonia 75570004 125510013 H20..00 Y Y
12652015 Gangrenous pneumonia 7063008 12652015 H530200 Y
12721231000006111 Pneumonia or influenza NOS 540151000000108 1204911000000119 Y
12728461000006112 Pneumonia due to unspecified organism 616141000000106 1361421000000111 Y
12728631000006117 Bronchopneumonia due to unspecified organism 689401000000108 1508941000000117 Y
12990651000006112 Pneumonia caused by 2019-nCoV (novel coronavirus) 1240551000000105 2807991000000111 Y
12990661000006114 Pneumonia caused by Wuhan 2019-nCoV (novel coronavirus) 1240551000000105 2808011000000117 Y
12990671000006119 Pneumonia caused by 2019 novel coronavirus 1240551000000105 2808851000000112 Y
13012271000006118 Pneumonia caused by SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2) 1240551000000105 2827631000000110 Y
1479355018 Community acquired pneumonia 385093006 1479355018 H2B..00 Y Y
1576341000006118 Cause of Death- Bronchopneumonia 1576341000006102 1576341000006118 Y
1760561000006116 Streptococcus pneumoniae 9861002 17213012 Y
1772681000006119 Lobar pneumonia 278516003 1772681000006119 Y
1772691000006116 Left upper zone pneumonia 301002002 442225010 Y Y
1772701000006116 Lingular pneumonia 426696003 2674103016 Y
1772711000006118 Basal pneumonia 300999006 1772711000006118 Y
1772721000006114 Bilateral basal pneumonia 425996009 2674104010 Y
1772731000006112 Left lower zone pneumonia 301000005 442217013 Y Y
1772741000006119 Right lower zone pneumonia 301001009 442218015 Y Y
1772751000006117 Right middle zone pneumonia 301003007 442226011 Y Y
1772761000006115 Right upper zone pneumonia 301004001 442232018 Y Y
1772771000006110 Bronchopneumonia 396285007 1772771000006110 Y Y
1787121000006116 Community acquired pneumonia 385093006 1787121000006116 Y
2164029012 Pneumonia due to Mycoplasma pneumoniae 46970008 494705012 H231.00 Y Y
219761000006111 Pneumonia - candidal 3487004 6881018 AB24.11 Y
219771000006116 Pneumonia - Legionella 195889001 301372014 H22y200 Y Y
219801000006119 Pneumonia due to adenovirus 41207000 68738015 H200.00 Y
219841000006117 Pneumonia due to haemophilus influenzae 70036007 116320011 H222.00 Y Y
219851000006115 Pneumonia due to haemophilus influenzae 70036007 116320011 H222.11 Y Y
219881000006111 Pneumonia due to other aerobic gram-negative bacteria 53084003 88303013 H22yX00 Y Y
219921000006115 Pneumonia due to pleuropneumonia like organisms 195896004 301380019 H232.00 Y Y
219931000006117 Pneumonia due to proteus 195888009 301371019 H22y100 Y Y
219971000006119 Pneumonia due to staphylococcus 22754005 38198016 H224.00 Y Y
219991000006118 Pneumonia due to streptococcus, group B 195886008 301369019 H223000 Y Y
220021000006118 Pneumonia with actinomycosis 195908008 301395017 H24y000 Y Y
220051000006110 Pneumonia with candidiasis 3487004 6881018 H247000 Y
220071000006117 Pneumonia with cytomegalic inclusion disease 7678002 13688018 H241.00 Y
220111000006113 Pneumonia with measles 195900001 301386013 H240.00 Y Y
220131000006119 Pneumonia with ornithosis 81164001 134668017 H242.00 Y
220181000006118 Pneumonia with pneumocystis carinii 415125002 2533522015 H24y200 Y
220191000006115 Pneumonia with Q-fever 32286006 1227932015 H24y300 Y
220201000006117 Pneumonia with salmonellosis 2523007 5303018 H24y400 Y
220241000006115 Pneumonia with typhoid fever 45312009 1230217011 H24y600 Y
220251000006118 Pneumonia with varicella 195911009 301399011 H24y700 Y Y
2622071000006116 Cytomegaloviral pneumonia 7678002 13688018 Y
2622081000006118 Cytomegalic inclusion virus pneumonia 7678002 13689014 Y
2622101000006114 Cytomegaloviral (CMV) pneumonia 7678002 3028104014 Y
2657031000006118 Pneumococcus 9861002 17215017 Y
2872480010 Pneumonia due to Human metapneumovirus 445096001 2872480010 H203.00 Y
294997017 Postmeasles pneumonia 191727003 294997017 A551.00 Y Y
301357010 Pneumonia and influenza 195878008 301357010 H2...00 Y Y
301362011 Pneumonia due to respiratory syncytial virus 195881003 301362011 H201.00 Y Y
301363018 Viral pneumonia NEC 75570004 125510013 H20y.00 Y Y
301364012 Viral pneumonia NOS 75570004 125510013 H20z.00 Y
301368010 Other bacterial pneumonia 53084003 88303013 H22..00 Y Y
301370018 Pneumonia due to other specified bacteria 53084003 88303013 H22y.00 Y Y
301375011 Pneumonia due to bacteria NOS 53084003 88303013 H22yz00 Y Y
301376012 Bacterial pneumonia NOS 53084003 88303013 H22z.00 Y
301377015 Pneumonia due to other specified organisms 312342009 456043010 H23..00 Y Y
301382010 Pneumonia due to specified organism NOS 312342009 456043010 H23z.00 Y Y
301386013 Measles pneumonia 195900001 301386013 H240.99 Y Y
301389018 Pneumonia with anthrax 195902009 301389018 H245.00 Y
301390010 Pneumonia with other systemic mycoses 312342009 456043010 H247.00 Y
301391014 Pneumonia with coccidioidomycosis 195904005 301391014 H247100 Y
301392019 Pneumonia with histoplasmosis 38699009 64397019 H247200 Y
301393012 Pneumonia with systemic mycosis NOS 233613009 350060013 H247z00 Y
301394018 Pneumonia with other infectious diseases EC 312342009 456043010 H24y.00 Y
301397013 Pneumonia with nocardiasis 195909000 301397013 H24y100 Y
301403019 Pneumonia with other infectious diseases EC NOS 312342009 456043010 H24yz00 Y Y
301404013 Pneumonia with infectious diseases EC NOS 312342009 456043010 H24z.00 Y Y
301408011 Pneumonia due to unspecified organism 312342009 456043010 H26..00 Y Y
301409015 Lobar pneumonia due to unspecified organism 278516003 415454018 H260.00 Y Y
301413010 Influenza with pneumonia, influenza virus identified 195878008 301357010 H270100 Y Y
301414016 Influenza with pneumonia NOS 195878008 301357010 H270z00 Y
301430012 Other specified pneumonia or influenza 195878008 301357010 H2y..00 Y Y
301431011 Pneumonia or influenza NOS 195878008 301357010 H2z..00 Y Y
301809014 [X]Other viral pneumonia 75570004 125510013 Hyu0800 Y Y
301810016 [X]Pneumonia due to other aerobic gram-negative bacteria 53084003 88303013 Hyu0900 Y
301811017 [X]Other bacterial pneumonia 53084003 88303013 Hyu0A00 Y Y
301812012 [X]Pneumonia due to other specified infectious organisms 312342009 456043010 Hyu0B00 Y Y
301813019 [X]Pneumonia in bacterial diseases classified elsewhere 53084003 88303013 Hyu0C00 Y
301814013 [X]Pneumonia in viral diseases classified elsewhere 75570004 125510013 Hyu0D00 Y
301815014 [X]Pneumonia in mycoses classified elsewhere 233613009 350060013 Hyu0E00 Y
301816010 [X]Pneumonia in parasitic diseases classified elsewhere 233620002 350068018 Hyu0F00 Y
301817018 [X]Pneumonia in other diseases classified elsewhere 233604007 350049016 Hyu0G00 Y
301818011 [X]Other pneumonia, organism unspecified 312342009 456043010 Hyu0H00 Y Y
3020151000006113 Pneumonia in Q fever 32286006 53938010 Y
3020161000006110 Q fever pneumonia 32286006 1227932015 Y
3047811000006116 Pneumonia due to Streptococcus 34020007 56816017 Y
3047831000006110 Pneumonia caused by Streptococcus 34020007 3293089013 Y
3163841000006112 Adenoviral pneumonia 41207000 68738015 Y
3164871000006118 Influenzal bronchopneumonia 41269000 68835014 Y
3166801000006115 Pneumonia due to Pseudomonas 41381004 69026013 Y
3166821000006113 Pneumonia caused by Pseudomonas 41381004 3291859012 Y
3231031000006117 Pneumonia in typhoid fever 45312009 75542017 Y
3231041000006110 Typhoid pneumonia 45312009 1230217011 Y
3246511000006114 Toxoplasma pneumonia 46207001 494464010 Y
3259071000006116 Primary atypical pneumonia due to Mycoplasma pneumoniae 46970008 78273018 Y
3259081000006118 PAP due to Mycoplasma pneumoniae 46970008 78274012 Y
3259111000006112 Pneumonia due to PPLO 46970008 494703017 Y
3259121000006116 Mycoplasma pneumoniae pneumonia 46970008 494704011 Y Y
3259151000006113 Eaton's agent pneumonia 46970008 2647119013 Y
3259161000006110 Pneumonia caused by Mycoplasma pneumoniae 46970008 3290783016 Y
3259171000006115 Primary atypical pneumonia caused by Mycoplasma pneumoniae 46970008 3291308017 Y
3334901000006115 Pneumonia due to Escherichia coli 51530003 2671161016 Y
3334911000006117 Pneumonia due to E. coli 51530003 85822014 Y
3334931000006111 Pneumonia caused by E. coli 51530003 3291083015 Y
3334941000006118 Pneumonia caused by Escherichia coli 51530003 3293482014 Y
3465961000006115 Pneumonia in pertussis 59475000 98793016 Y
3465971000006110 Pneumonia in whooping cough 59475000 98794010 Y
350051017 Atypical pneumonia 233606009 350051017 H28..00 Y Y
350054013 Chlamydial pneumonia 233609002 350054013 H233.00 Y Y
350073012 Herpes simplex pneumonia 233624006 350073012 A54x400 Y Y
3548591000006113 Pneumonia caused by Klebsiella pneumoniae 64479007 3295403017 Y
3555871000006115 Parainfluenza virus pneumonia 64917006 107903018 Y
3555881000006117 Parainfluenzal pneumonia 64917006 499984015 Y
3555891000006119 Pneumonia due to parainfluenza virus 64917006 1232627018 Y Y
3555901000006115 Parainfluenza pneumonia 64917006 3035270018 Y
396104016 Pneumonia with infectious diseases EC 312342009 456043010 H24..00 Y Y
396105015 Bronchopneumonia due to unspecified organism 396285007 1776258010 H25..00 Y Y
399241000006111 [X]Mycoplasma pneumoniae [PPLO]cause/dis classifd/oth chaptr 406595002 2158243017 AyuK900 Y Y
4200921000006119 Pneumonia in aspergillosis 111900000 179053012 Y
4200931000006116 Aspergillus pneumonia 111900000 187903016 Y
437481000006113 Abnormal pericardio-pleural communication 204589003 313687013 P8y0.00
4781131000006116 Pneumonia caused by respiratory syncytial virus 195881003 3291454010 Y
4781141000006114 Group B streptococcal pneumonia 195886008 301369019 Y
4781151000006111 Proteus pneumonia 195888009 301371019 Y
4781201000006119 Pneumonia due to pleuropneumonia-like organism 195896004 301380019 Y
4781211000006116 Pneumonia caused by pleuropneumonia-like organism 195896004 3292144017 Y
4781231000006110 Anthrax pneumonia 195902009 301388014 Y
4781261000006118 Actinomycotic pneumonia 195908008 301395017 Y
4781271000006113 Nocardial pneumonia 195909000 301396016 Y
4781311000006113 Varicella pneumonia 195911009 301401017 Y
4781321000006117 Chicken pox pneumonia 195911009 301402012 Y
494463016 Pneumonia with toxoplasmosis 46207001 494463016 H24y500 Y
5053451000006119 Pneumonia caused by Chlamydiaceae 233609002 3464418016