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An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category.

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category.

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category.

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category.

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category.

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category.

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category.

An ICD-9 code for comorbid conditions.  A comorbidity is a specific conditon that also affects a patient in addition to the principal diagnosis or impairment that is used to place a patient into a rehabilitation impairment category.

A code indicating whether the patient is diagnosed as comatose or in a persistent vegetative state at the time of admission.

A code indicating whether the patient has exhibited symptoms of delirium at time of admission.  Delirium may be manifested as disoriented thinking, being easily distracted, disorganized speech, restlessness, lethargy, or altered perceptions or awareness of surroundings.

A code used to describe the patient's swallowing status at time of admission.

A code describing the patient's swallowing status at time of discharge.

A code indicating whether the patient exhibits signs of dehydration at time of admission.

A code indicating whether the patient exhibits signs of dehydration at time of discharge.

A score indicating the level of assistance needed for the patient's bladder management at admission.  Bladder management - level of assistance includes the safe use of equipment or agents for bladder management.

A score indicating the level of assistance needed for the patient's bladder management at discharge.  Bladder management - level of assistance includes the safe use of equipment or agents for bladder management.

A score indicating the frequency of bladder accidents at admission.  Bladder accidents refers to the act of wetting linen or clothing with urine, and includes bedpan and urinal spills.

A score indicating the frequency of bladder accidents at discharge.  Bladder accidents refers to the act of wetting linen or clothing with urine, and includes bedpan and urinal spills.

A score indicating the level of assistance needed for the patient's bowel management at admission.  Bowel management - level of assistance includes the safe use of equipment or agents for bowel management.

A score indicating the level of assistance needed for the patient's bowel management at discharge.  Bowel management - level of assistance includes the safe use of equipment or agents for bowel management.

A score indicating the frequency of bowel accidents at admission.  Bowel accidents refers to the act of soiling linen or clothing with stool, and includes bedpan spills.

A score indicating the frequency of bowel accidents at discharge.  Bowel accidents refers to the act of soiling linen or clothing with stool, and includes bedpan spills.

A score indicating the patient's ability to get into and out of a tub at admission.

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