ICD 10 Codes >> Certain infectious and parasitic diseases (A00-B99) A00-B99

A30-A49

Other bacterial diseases (A30-A49)

  • A30.- Leprosy [Hansen's disease]
  • A31.- Infection due to other mycobacteria
  • A32.- Listeriosis
  • A33.- Tetanus neonatorum
  • A34.- Obstetrical tetanus
  • A35.- Other tetanus
  • A36.- Diphtheria
  • A37.- Whooping cough
  • A38.- Scarlet fever
  • A39.- Meningococcal infection
  • A40.- Streptococcal sepsis
  • A41.- Other sepsis
  • A42.- Actinomycosis
  • A43.- Nocardiosis
  • A44.- Bartonellosis
  • A46.- Erysipelas
  • A48.- Other bacterial diseases, not elsewhere classified
  • A49.- Bacterial infection of unspecified site

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