Hillary Clinton’s Nonexistent Diagnosis – No Such Condition As “Non Contagious Bacterial Pneumonia” in ICD-10…
There’s something very odd about the diagnosis that Dr. Lisa Bardack has presented for her patient Secretary Hillary Clinton, it doesn’t exist.
As you can see from the two-page letter presented today by Hillary Clinton’s doctor, she has been diagnosed with “mild non-contagious bacterial pneumonia“. However, there’s a problem….
The International Classification of Diseases (ICD), an ObamaCare standard, is designedcode all medical diagnostics. According to ICD-9 codes, and the more current ICD-10 coding, there’s no such diagnosis as “non contagious bacterial pneumonia“.
Dr. Bardack apparently made it up.
Dr. Milton Wolf was the first to notice the issue:
Dr. Wolf is entirely correct. Here’s a link to ICD-10-CM Diagnostic coding. There’s no such diagnosis.
Fake illnesses, fake diagnosis and fake tests. All for a fake candidate. Go figure.