Test whether an ICD code is major

Description

Codes without real or implied decimal place return TRUE

Usage

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## Default S3 method:
icd_is_valid(x, short_code = icd_guess_short(x), ...)

icd_is_valid_major(x, whitespace_ok = TRUE)

## Default S3 method:
icd_is_valid_major(x, whitespace_ok = TRUE)

## S3 method for class 'icd9'
icd_is_valid_major(x, whitespace_ok = TRUE)

## S3 method for class 'icd10'
icd_is_valid_major(x, whitespace_ok = TRUE)

icd9_is_valid_major_n(x, whitespace_ok = TRUE)

icd9_is_valid_major_v(x, whitespace_ok = TRUE)

icd9_is_valid_major_e(x, whitespace_ok = TRUE)

Arguments

x

vector of ICD codes

Value

logical vector of same length as input, with TRUE when a code is a major (not necessarily a real one)

Methods (by class)

  • default: Test whether an ICD code is of major type, which at present assumes ICD-9 format. Converts to character than calls icd_is_valid.character

  • default: Test whether an ICD code is of major type, either ICD-9 or ICD-10

  • icd9: Test whether an ICD-9 code is of major type.

  • icd10: Test whether an ICD-9 code is of major type.

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