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Adding a New Vaccine and ICD-11 Mapping
There are different International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes based on the category of vaccines. To add a new vaccine, identify the ICD-11 code to which the vaccine belongs. Once you have mapped the vaccine to the relevant ICD-11 code, you can update the vaccine name and its ICD-11 mapping in etcd.

Steps to update the vaccine name and its ICD-11 mapping:

  • Go to the Manage keys tab of the etcd-manager app. To add or update mappings, two keys must be updated: “VACCINE_ICD” and “ICD.”
  • To add the vaccine name, ICD-11 code, and description VACCINE_ICD, go to VACCINE_ICD and click on the Edit key.
- Example of VACCINE_ICD value for Covaxin:
{“vaccineName”: “covaxin”, “icd11Code”: “XM1G90”}
  • Click on Save. A popup will appear as “operation successful.” Click on Close.
  • Click on the edit button of the “ICD” key to add ICD-11 code and click on the Edit key.
- Example of ICD value for Covaxin:
{“XM1G90”: {“vaccineType”: “inactivated virus”, “icd11Term”: “COVID-19 vaccine, inactivated virus”}}
  • Click on Save. A popup will appear as “operation successful.” Click on Close.
  • Make the certificate generation request call and fetch the certificate to test the changes. Once updated, any new certificate can be issued using the new vaccine name.
This is a sample certificate generated with the new vaccine type, with ICD-11 code XM6JD5 and ICD-11 term: ‘COVID-19 vaccine, live attenuated virus.’
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