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When a patient is admitted with both sepsis and a localized infection, such as pneumonia or cellulitis, sepsis is sequenced first and the code for the localized infection is assigned as a secondary diagnosis OCG 1.C.1.4.
Circumstances in which sepsis is not the principal diagnosis include:
What is an example of a third circumstance when sepsis is not assigned as the principal diagnosis?
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