JB40-JB4Z - Complications predominantly related to the puerperium [ ICD 11 MMS 2018 ]

The ICD 11 Code JB40-JB4Z is a WHO Classified code for Complications predominantly related to the puerperium

Definition: A group of conditions characterized as any adverse evolution (complication) which may arise during the approximately six weeks after delivery during which the uterus returns to the original size (puerperium).

Exclusion:
  • Obstetrical tetanus
  • Codes:
  • JB40 . Infections in the puerperium
  • JB41 . Venous complications in the puerperium
  • JB42 . Obstetric embolism
  • JB43 . Complications of anaesthesia during the puerperium
  • JB44 . Certain specified complications of the puerperium
  • JB45 . Infections of breast associated with childbirth
  • JB46 . Certain specified disorders of breast or lactation associated with childbirth
  • JB4Z . Complications predominantly related to the puerperium, unspecified