ICD 10 - International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision

Traumatic amputations spanning several areas of the body (T05)

Included: tears, capturing several areas of the body Excluded: decapitation ( S18 ) open wounds of several areas of the body ( T01.- ) traumatic amputation:. upper extremity of BDU ( T11.6 ). lower extremity BDU ( T13.6 ). torso BDU ( T09.6 )

T05.0 Traumatic amputation of both hands

T05.1 Traumatic amputation of the hand of one hand in combination with the amputation of the other hand at any level except the hand

T05.2 Traumatic amputation of both hands at any level

T05.3 Traumatic amputation of both feet

T05.4 Traumatic amputation of one foot in combination with the amputation of the other leg at any level, except the foot

T05.5 Traumatic amputation of both lower limbs at any level

T05.6 Traumatic amputation of the upper and lower extremities, any combination [of any levels]

T05.8 Traumatic amputations, capturing other areas of the body in different combinations.

Cutting torso at level:. belly. chest

T05.9 Multiple traumatic amputations, unspecified

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In Russia, the International Classification of Diseases of the 10th revision ( ICD-10 ) was adopted as a single regulatory document to account for the incidence of diseases, the causes of public calls to medical institutions of all departments, and causes of death.

The ICD-10 was introduced into the practice of healthcare throughout the territory of the Russian Federation in 1999 by order of the Ministry of Health of Russia dated 27.05.97 №170

The release of a new revision ( ICD-11 ) is planned for 2017.