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308 Acute reaction to stressVery transient disorders of any severity and nature which occur in individuals
without any apparent mental disorder in response to exceptional physical or
mental stress, such as natural catastrophe or battle, and which usually sub-
side within hours or days.
Catastrophic stress Exhaustion delirium
Excludes: adjustment reaction (309.-)
308.0 Predominant disturbance of emotionsPanic states, excitability, fear, depressions and anxiety fulfilling the above
308.1 Predominant disturbance of consciousnessFugues fulfilling the above criteria.
308.2 Predominant psychomotor disturbanceAgitation states, stupor fulfilling the above criteria.
308.3 OtherAcute situational disturbance
308.4 MixedMany gross stress reactions include several elements but whenever possible a
specific coding under .0, .1, .2, or .3 should be made according to the
preponderant type of disturbance. The category of mixed disorders should only
be used when there is such an admixture that this cannot be done.
308.9 Unspecified| NEXT |