ICD 10 - International Classification of Diseases of the 10th Revision

Intestinal infections (A00-A09)

A00 Cholera

A01 Typhus and paratyphoid

A02 Other salmonella infections

Included: infection (or food poisoning) caused by Salmonella of any serotype other than S.typhi and S.paratyphi

A03 Shigellosis

A04 Other bacterial intestinal infections


  • food poisoning bacterial ( A05.- )
  • tuberculosis enteritis ( A18.3 )

A05 Other bacterial food poisoning


  • infection caused by Escherichia coli ( A04.0 - A04.4 )
  • listeriosis ( A32.- )
  • Salmonella food poisoning and infection ( A02.- )
  • Toxic effect of poisonous food products (T61-T62)

A06 Amebiasis

Included: infection caused by Entamoeba histolytica

Excluded: other protozoal intestinal diseases ( A07.- )

A07 Other protozoal intestinal diseases

A08 Viral and other specified intestinal infections

Excluded: influenza with involvement of the gastrointestinal tract ( J10.8 , J11.8 )

A09 Diarrhea and gastroenteritis of allegedly infectious origin

Note. In countries where the diagnoses listed under A09, if not specified, can be considered as non-infectious diseases, these conditions should be classified under K52.9

Qatar intestinal [intestinal]

Colitis (BDU, hemorrhagic, septic)

Enteritis (DBU, hemorrhagic, septic)

Gastroenteritis (BDU, hemorrhagic, septic)


  • * BDU
  • * dysentery
  • * epidemic

Infectious diarrhea


  • caused by bacteria, protozoa, viruses and other specified infectious agents (A00-A08)
  • non-infectious diarrhea ( K52.9 )

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In Russia, the International Classification of Diseases of the 10th revision ( ICD-10 ) was adopted as a single normative document to take into account the incidence, the reasons for the population to address medical facilities of all departments, the causes of death.

ICD-10 was introduced into the practice of health care throughout the RF in 1999 by the order of the Ministry of Health of Russia of 27.05.97. №170

The release of the new revision ( ICD-11 ) is planned in 2017.