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Volume 18, Number 11—November 2012

Infectious Disease Mortality Rates, Thailand, 1958–2009

Suchunya AungkulanonComments to Author , Margaret McCarron, Jongkol Lertiendumrong, Sonja J. Olsen, and Kanitta Bundhamcharoen
Author affiliations: International Health Policy Program (IHPP), Nonthaburi, Thailand (S. Aungkulanon, J. Lertiendumrong, K. Bundhamcharoen); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (M. McCarron, S.J. Olsen); and Thailand Ministry of Public Health–United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Collaboration, Nonthaburi (S.J. Olsen)

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ICD codes for 8 groups of infectious disease groups consistently found in a study of trends in infectious disease mortality rates, Thailand, 1958–2009*

Disease ICD-7, 1958–1967 ICD-8, 1968–1976 ICD-9, 1977–1993 ICD-10, 1994–2009
Malaria 110–117 84 080–088 B50–B54
Tuberculosis 001–008, 010–019 010–019 010–018 A15–A19
Pneumonia 490–493 480–486 480–486 J12–J18
Gastrointestinal infection 040, 043, 045–048 000–004, 006, 008, 009 001–009 A00–A09
Sexually transmitted infection 020–029 090–098 090–099 A50–A64
Diphtheria 055 032 032 A36
Polio 080 040, 043, 044 040, 043, 044 A80

*ICD, International Classification of Disease; NA, not applicable.

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