Gram Negative Sepsis ICD-10-CM Code (Updated 2021)

gram negative sepsis icd 10

Sepsis is a systemic disease infected by microorganisms or their products in the blood. Bacteria is the presence of viable organisms in the circulation. Gram negative bacteria is the cause of a critically ill patient who suffers from gram negative sepsis. Gram-negative bacteria are a common complication in severe falciparum malaria, particularly in children, and are a risk … Read more