problem 1: Describe the differences between the 9th and the 10th revision of ICD.
problem 2: describe the composition of ICD-10, highlighting the given:
a) Volume 1.
b) Volume 2.
c) Volume 3.
problem 3: What are the responsibilities or duties of the Coder and the fundamental knowledge needed by the Coder?
problem 4: prepare brief notes on the given:
a) Conventional signs and notations used in the ICD-10.
b) Assigning additional character in Coding.
c) Use of ICF.
d) Goals of ICF.
problem 5: Describe the given terms:
a) Clinical Coding.
b) Statistical Classification of Diseases.
c) Uses of Classification.
problem 6: Elaborate the fundamental coding guidelines.
a) Define Morbidity.
b) Give sources of Morbidity data.
c) Give uses of Morbidity Data.
d) Define the term Main Conditions.
e) Describe Other Conditions (as well known as additional diagnoses)
problem 8: Describe the given rules for Reselection of the Main Condition:
a) Which are the significant points for Mortality Coding?
b) Which is the International Form of Medical Certificate of Cause of Death? Draw the same.
c) Illustrate the Underlying Cause of Death (in the words of WHO)
d) Which are the three rules for coding the Underlying Cause of Death beginning with the General Principle?
a) Illustrate the six rules for Modification which might be required to be applied after the General Principle; Rule 1, Rule 2 and Rule 3 have been applied.
b) Throw light on the Tables A-D used to choose the Underlying Cause of Death (UCOD), on the basis of Medical Mortality Data System (MMDS).