Supplemental Table 1. ICD-9 Codes for Diagnoses and Procedures

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1 Supplemental Table 1. ICD-9 Codes for Diagnoses and Procedures ICD-9 Code Description Heart Failure Malignant hypertensive heart disease with heart failure Benign hypertensive heart disease with heart failure Unspecified hypertensive heart disease with heart failure Malignant hypertensive heart and renal disease with heart failure Malignant hypertensive heart and renal disease with heart failure and renal failure Benign hypertensive heart and renal disease with heart failure Benign hypertensive heart and renal disease with heart failure and renal failure Unspecified hypertensive heart and renal disease with heart failure Unspecified hypertensive heart and renal disease with heart failure and renal failure Unspecified congestive heart failure Left heart failure Unspecified systolic heart failure Acute systolic heart failure Chronic systolic heart failure Acute or chronic systolic heart failure Unspecified diastolic heart failure Acute diastolic heart failure Chronic diastolic heart failure Acute or chronic diastolic heart failure Unspecified combined systolic and diastolic heart failure Acute combined systolic and diastolic heart failure Chronic combined systolic and diastolic heart failure Acute or chronic combined systolic and diastolic heart failure Unspecified heart failure Rheumatic heart failure Congenital heart disease 745. Common truncus Complete transposition of the great vessels Double-outlet right ventricle Corrected transposition of the great vessels Other transposition of the great vessels Tetralogy of Fallot Common ventricle Ventricular septal defect Ostium secundum type atrial septal defect Unspecified endocardial cushion defect Ostium primum defect Other endocardial cushion defect Unspecified pulmonary valve anomaly Congenital pulmonary valve atresia Congenital pulmonary valve stenosis Other pulmonary valve anomaly Congenital tricuspid atresia and stenosis Ebstein anomaly Congenital stenosis of the aortic valve Congenital insufficiency of the aortic valve Congenital mitral stenosis Hypoplastic left heart syndrome Subaortic stenosis Cor triatriatum Infundibular pulmonic stenosis Obstructive anomalies of the heart, not elsewhere classified Coronary artery anomaly Congenital heart block Malposition of heart and cardiac apex Other specified anomalies of heart Unspecified anomalies of heart Patent ductus arteriosus Coarctation of aorta Interruption of aortic arch Unspecified anomaly of aorta Anomalies of aortic arch Atresia and stenosis of aorta Other anomalies of aorta

2 747.3 Anomalies of pulmonary artery Unspecified anomaly of great veins Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection Partial anomalous pulmonary venous connection Other anomalies of great veins Cardiomyopathy Endomyocardial fibrosis Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy Obscure cardiomyopathy of Africa Endocardial fibroelastosis Other primary cardiomyopathies Alcoholic cardiomyopathy Nutritional and metabolic cardiomyopathy Cardiomyopathy in other diseases classified Secondary cardiomyopathy, unspecified Myocarditis Diptheric myocarditis Unspecified meningococcal carditis Meningococcal myocarditis Unspecified Coxsackie carditis Coxsackie myocarditis Myocarditis due to toxoplasmosis Acute rheumatic myocarditis Rheumatic myocarditis Acute myocarditis in diseases classified elsewhere Other and unspecified acute myocarditis Idiopathic myocarditis Septic myocarditis Toxic myocarditis Other acute and unspecified acute myocarditis Unspecified myocarditis Cardiac procedures 35.0 Closed heart valvotomy (excludes percutaneous balloon valvuloplasty) Closed heart valvotomy, unspecified valve Closed heart valvotomy, aortic valve Closed heart valvotomy, mitral valve Closed heart valvotomy, pulmonary valve Closed heart valvotomy, tricuspid valve 35.1 Open heart valvuloplasty without replacement Open heart valvuloplasty without replacement, unspecified valve Open heart valvuloplasty of aortic valve without replacement Open heart valvuloplasty of mitral valve without replacement Open heart valvuloplasty of pulmonary valve without replacement Open heart valvuloplasty of tricuspid valve without replacement Replacement of unspecified heart valve Replacement of aortic valve with tissue graft Other replacement of mitral valve with tissue graft Replacement of mitral valve with tissue graft Other replacement of mitral valve Replacement of pulmonary valve with tissue graft Other replacement of pulmonary valve Replacement of tricuspid valve with tissue graft Other replacement of tricuspid valve Operations on papillary muscles Operations on chordae tendinae Annuloplasty Infundibulectomy Operations on trabeculae careae cordis Operations on other structures adjacent to valves of heart Enlargement of existing atrial septal defect Creation of septal defect in heart Repair of unspecified septal defect of heart with prosthesis Repair of atrial septal defect with prosthesis, open technique Repair of atrial septal defect with prosthesis, closed technique Repair of ventricular septal defect with prosthesis Repair of endocardial cushion defect with prosthesis Repair of ventricular septal defect with prosthesis, closed technique Repair of unspecified septal defect of heart with tissue graft

3 35.61 Repair of atrial septal defect with tissue graft Repair of ventricular septal defect with tissue graft Repair of endocardial cushion defect with tissue graft Other and unspecified repair of unspecified septal defect of heart Other and unspecified repair of atrial septal defect Other and unspecified repair of ventricular septal defect Other and unspecified repair of endocardial cushion defect Repair of tetralogy of Fallot Total repair of total anomalous pulmonary venous connection Total repair of truncus arteriosus Total correction of transposition of the great vessels, not elsewhere classified Interatrial transposition of venous return Creation of conduit between right ventricle and pulmonary artery Creation of conduit between left ventricle and aorta Creation of conduit between atrium and pulmonary artery Revision of corrective procedure on heart Percutaneous valvuloplasty Other operations on septa of heart Other operations on valves of heart Open chest coronary angioplasty Other removal of coronary artery obstruction 36.1 Bypass anastomosis for heart revascularization Aortocoronary bypass anastomosis for heart revascularization, not otherwise specified Aortocoronary bypass of one coronary artery Aortocoronary bypass of two coronary arteries Aortocoronary bypass of three coronary arteries Aortocoronary bypass of four or more coronary arteries Single internal mammary-coronary artery bypass Double internal mammary-coronary artery bypass Abdominal coronary artery bypass Other bypass anastomosis for heart revascularization 36.2 Heart revascularization by arterial implant Open chest transmyocardial revascularization Other transmyocardial revascularization Endoscopic transmyocardial revascularization Other heart revascularization Repair of aneurysm of coronary vessel Other operations on vessels of heart 37.0 Pericardiocentesis Incision of the heart, not otherwise specified Cardiotomy Pericardiotomy Biopsy of pericardium Pericardiectomy Excision of aneurysm of heart Excision or destruction of other lesion or tissue of heart, open approach Partial ventriculectomy Implantation of prosthetic cardiac support device around the heart Other repair of heart and pericardium Implantation of cardiomyostimulation system Initial insertion of lead, not otherwise specified Initial insertion of transvenous lead into ventricle Initial insertion of transvenous leads into atrium and ventricle Initial insertion of transvenous leads into atrium Insert/replace epicardial lead into epicardium Revision of lead Replacement of transvenous atrial and/or ventricular leads Removal of leads without replacement Insertion of temporary transvenous pacemaker system Revision or relocation of pacemaker pocket Insertion of permanent pacemaker, initial or replacement, type not specified Initial insertion of single-chamber device, not specified as rate response Initial insertion of single-chamber device, rate responsive Initial insertion of dual-chamber device Replacement of any type pacemaker device with single-chamber device, not specified as ra Replacement of any type pacemaker device with single-chamber device, rate responsive Replacement of any type pacemaker device with dual-chamber device Revision or removal of pacemaker device Insertion of left atrial appendage device

4 37.91 Open cardiac massage Injection of therapeutic substance into heart Injection of therapeutic substance into pericardium Implantation or replacement of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator, total system Implantation of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator leads only Implantation of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator pulse generator only Replacement of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator leads only Replacement of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator pulse generator only Other cardiac procedures Incision of vessels, aorta Incision of vessels, other thoracic vessels Endarterectomy, aorta Endarterectomy, other thoracic vessels Resection of vessel with anastomosis, aorta Resection of vessel with anastomosis, other thoracic vessels Resection of vessel with replacement, aorta Resection of vessel with replacement, other thoracic vessels Other excision of vessels, thoracic vessels 38.7 Interruption of vena cava Other surgical occlusion of vessels, thoracic vessels 39.0 Systemic to pulmonary artery shunt Caval-pulmonary anastomosis Aorta-subclavian artery bypass Other intrathoracic vascular shunt or bypass Reentry operation (aorta) Repair of blood vessel with synthetic patch graft Repair of blood vessel with unspecified type of patch graft Intraoperative cardiac pacemaker Pulmonary hypertension Acute cor pulmonale Primary pulmonary hypertension Other chronic pulmonary heart diseases Unspecified chronic pulmonary heart disease Arrhythmias Third-degree atrio-ventricular block Trifascicular block Anomalous atrioventricular excitation Lown-Ganong-Levine Syndrome Long QT syndrome Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia Paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia Unspecified paroxysmal tachycardia Atrial fibrillation Atrial flutter Ventricular fibrillation Ventricular flutter SA node dysfunction Other specified cardiac dysrhythmias Unspecified cardiac dysrhythmia Unspecified tachycardia Acute renal failure Acute renal failure (ARF) with tubular necrosis ARF with lesion of renal cortical necrosis ARF with lesion of renal medullary necrosis ARF with other specified pathologic lesion in kidney Unspecified ARF Respiratory failure Acute respiratory failure Chronic respiratory failure Acute and chronic respiratory failure Respiratory arrest Acute cerebrovascular disease 430 Subarachnoid hemorrhage 431 Intracerebral hemorrhage Nontraumatic extradural hemorrhage Subdural hemorrhage Intracranial hemorrhage, not otherwise specified Basilar artery occlusion with cerebrovascular accident (CVA) Carotid artery occlusion with CVA

5 Vertebral artery occlusion with CVA Multiple and bilateral arterial occlusion with CVA Other specified precerebral artery occlusion and CVA Unspecified precerebral artery occlusion and CVA Cerebral thrombosis without mention of CVA Cerebral thrombosis with CVA Cerebral embolism without mention of CVA Cerebral embolism with CVA Unspecified cerebral artery occlusion without mention of CVA Unspecified cerebral artery occlusion with CVA Other generalized ischemic cerebrovascular disease Unspecified CVA, late effect Iatrogenic cerebrovascular infarction or hemorrhage Hepatic impairment 570 Acute and subacute necrosis of liver Alcoholic fatty liver Acute alcoholic hepatitis Alcoholic liver cirrhosis Unspecified alcoholic liver damage Unspecified chronic hepatitis Chronic persistent hepatitis Autoimmune hepatitis Other chronic hepatitis Cirrhosis, not otherwise specified Primary biliary cirrhosis Other chronic nonalcoholic liver disease Unspecified chronic liver disease Liver absess and sequelae of chronic liver disease Hepatic coma Portal hypertension Hepatorenal syndrome Other sequelae of chronic liver disease Chronic passive congestion of liver Hepatitis, unspecified Hepatic infarction Other specified disorders of liver Unspecified disorder of liver Sepsis/Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS) Unspecified SIRS Sepsis Severe sepsis SIRS due to noninfectious process without acute organ dysfunction SIRS due to noninfectious process with acute organ dysfunction Streptococcal septicemia Unspecified staphylococcal septicemia Methicillin-sensitive staphylococcal septicemia Methicillin-resistant staphylococcal septicemia Other staphylococcal septicemia Pneumococcal septicemia Septicemia due to anaerobes Unspecified gram-negative septicemia Haemophilus influenza septicemia Escherichia coli septicemia Pseudomonas septicemia Serratia septicemia Other septicemia Other specified septicemias Septicemia, not otherwise specified Herpetic septicemia Bacteremia Septicemia of the newborn Bacteremia of the newborn Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) ECMO Ventricular Assist Device Implantation of heart and circulatory assist system Insertion of temporary nonimplantable extracorporeal circulatory assist system

6 37.65 Implant single ventricular (extracorporeal) external heart assist system Insertion of implantable heart assist system Insertion of percutaneous external heart assist device Implantation of total replacement heart system Implantation of pulsation balloon

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