This is an overview of available diagnosis API along with their primary use cases.
But first, let's examine the main parts and core functionality of diagnosis API that can be integrated into a hospital's daily workflow.
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A diagnostic engine. Often powered by AI, it analyzes patient data inputs (like demographics, symptoms, and lab tests) or automatically extracts clinical features from electronic health records. How do healthcare organizations quickly implement such tools in their daily practice? The answer is clear and short - via APIs (application programming interfaces). It contains data on conditions, diseases, and treatment procedures. The engine links patient information with pieces of content in the knowledge base and returns a list of likely conditions (preliminary diagnosis), care suggestions (triage), or both.Typically, diagnosis API includes two major components.
A knowledge base. Their mission is to keep patients better informed about the possible roots of their conditions and provide clinicians with decision support.
The collection located: https://postman.com/collections/7445d89fda1d633e08dd. Also the patient has list of implemented Lab Test Procedures: ALT, Amalyse, AST, Total Bilirubin, GT Chlamydia, Appearance Urine, and ABO grouping. Then GET Possible Health Conditions from the Diagnosis API.
In order to achieve best results and enable more features of the API, you have to provide as many test result and symptoms as possible. Each observation is represented by a unique ID; in this case the symptom IDs are 164, 151 and 200, respectively. The collection includes some endpoints and predefined requests that you can extend. Let's assume we have a patient, suffering from strong smell urine, frequent urination and yellow skin. We have created a sample 'Diagnosis API' collection for you. By entering and identified the tests values you can send (POST) both Symptoms and Tests lists to https://diagnosisapi.azurewebsites.net. This will depend on the accuracy of the diagnoses obtained. Diagnosis API is available as the Postman collection. It allows you to test the API in seconds.