During routine hospital care, patients are billed by the hospital for procedures they undergo. This table contains a record of all procedures a patient was billed for during their hospital stay using the ICD-9 and ICD-10 ontologies.
- Procedures during the hospital stay can be billed (1) by the hospital or (2) by the provider. This table contains only procedures billed by the hospital.
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subject_id is a unique identifier which specifies an individual patient. Any rows associated with a single
subject_id pertain to the same individual.
hadm_id is an integer identifier which is unique for each patient hospitalization.
The order in which the procedures occurred within the hospital stay.
icd_code is the International Coding Definitions (ICD) code.
There are two versions for this coding system: version 9 (ICD-9) and version 10 (ICD-10). These can be differentiated using the
In general, ICD-10 codes are more detailed, though code mappings (or “cross-walks”) exist which convert ICD-9 codes to ICD-10 codes.
Both ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes are often presented with a decimal. This decimal is not required for interpretation of an ICD code; i.e. the
icd_code of ‘0010’ is equivalent to ‘001.0’.
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