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The mapping data tables cannot be non-proprietary because the AIS content is protected by copyright and is available only through licensing from the AAAM. Since the maintenance and updating of the AIS is accomplished through the AAAM, which is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, the map is available for a nominal fee. Additionally, any organization that
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The Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) is an anatomy-based coding system created to classify and describe the severity of injuries. It represents an assessment of the severity of injury including the threat to life associated with the injury. AIS is one of the most common anatomic scales for traumatic injuries. AIS consists of a single coding
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The ICD-9-CM to AIS08 and ICD-10-CM to AIS08 electronic translators is available from AAAM. See ICDMap FAQ for more information.
AAAM operates an in-depth AIS educational program – it is available across the globe to provide in-person training for classroom use as well as Internet-based classes.