- Obstetric labor complication
Obstetric labor complication Classification and external resources ICD-10 O60-O75 ICD-9 650-659 MeSH D007744
An obstetric labor complication is a difficulty or abnormality that arises during the process of labor or delivery.
An example is dystocia.
Pathology: Medical conditions and ICD code (Disease / Disorder / Illness, Syndrome / Sequence, Symptom / Sign, Injury, etc.) (A/B, 001–139) (C/D,
279–289)Cancer (C00–D48, 140–239)
(E, 240–278) (F, 290–319) (G, 320–359) (H, 360–389) (I, 390–459) (J, 460–519) (K, 520–579) (L, 680–709) (M, 710–739) (N, 580–629) (O, 630–679)Complications of pregnancy · Obstetric labor complication · Puerperal disorder (P, 760–779) (Q, 740–759) (R, 780–799) (S/T, 800–999) Pathology of pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium (O, 630–679) PregnancyPregnancy with
abortive outcomeOedema, proteinuria and
hypertensive disordersOther, predominantly
related to pregnancyGestational thrombocytopenia · Pregnancy-induced hypercoagulabilityamniotic fluid (Polyhydramnios, Oligohydramnios) · chorion/amnion (Chorioamnionitis, Chorionic hematoma, Premature rupture of membranes, Amniotic band syndrome, Monoamniotic twins) · placenta (Placenta praevia, Placental abruption, Monochorionic twins, Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, Circumvallate placenta) · Braxton Hicks contractions · Hemorrhage (Antepartum)
Labor Puerperal Other
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