The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) is a unique system that is used in diagnosing for diseases by making use of certain special codes. It is primarily used by health care providers as a data base for disease identification. The system is used in conjunction with the United States government. The application of the system traces its root many years ago. The system has however been upgrades severally. The tenth revision module is the latest revised module.
The system used in ICD is based on the World Health Organization system for disease classification in the world. Special codes are used in this system to identify diseases through professional ways of diagnosis...Read More