Each observation is represented by a unique ID; in this case the symptom IDs are 164, 151 and 200, respectively.
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. This will depend on the accuracy of the diagnoses obtained. The collection includes some endpoints and predefined requests that you can extend. It allows you to test the API in seconds. By entering and identified the tests values you can send (POST) both Symptoms and Tests lists to https://diagnosisapi.azurewebsites.net. We have created a sample 'Diagnosis API' collection for you. Diagnosis API is available as the Postman collection. 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. Let's assume we have a patient, suffering from strong smell urine, frequent urination and yellow skin.
You can retrieve the suggested diagnoses list by applying GET request:
This is the last GET request listed in https://www.postman.com/collections/7445d89fda1d633e08dd Postman collection provided by us.
The 9999 is Id supplied with your POST statement. After you successfully send the POST request, Diagnosis API system starts to generate list of Possible Health Conditions. Please generate unique Ids since your clinical decision system's users may access simultaneously. You have to replace the DEMO_AuthenticationID with your production registered ID.