From patient's symptoms and results to diagnosis (COVID-19 included) - free to use in 2020. It not only has symptoms, but also allows you to enter a detailed review of systems, physical examination findings and testing (i.e. blood work, chest x-ray) results. It has standard functions like “next best step” in diagnosis, etc…We are looking for beta testers, for whom, we prepared Goodies, like lifetime free access to the key of API functionalities.
An API to rapidly retrieve information about drug prices and history across a variety of sources
An API showing all the latest medical journals about common diseases from NIH National Library of Medicine.
Multi-domain NER system to recognize and classify biomedical entities according to your custom classification
The input natural skin images are used to predict the classification of skin diseases, and common diseases such as `acne`, `actinic keratosis`, `alopecia androgenetica`,` alopecia areata`, `bullous dermatosis`, `chloasma`, `corn`, `dermatofibroma`, `eczema dermatitis`, `erysipelas`, `erythema multiforme`, `folliculitis`, `furuncle`, `haemangioma`, `herpes`, `herpes` `simplex`, `iga vasculitis`, `keloid`, `keratosis follicularism`, `lichen planus`, `lupus erythematosus`, `molluscum contagiosum...
Covid-19 case count and death data for every country in the world. See more info at https://api-ninjas.com/api/covid19.
Easy to implement API that delivers quality data on the doctor and practice information you need (name, address, specialty etc.) through a RESTful API.
NOTE: You need an API-Key to use this API. See README for more details. The Cancer Imaging Archive (TCIA) is a public repository of cancer images and related clinical data for the express purpose of enabling open science research. Currently over 26 million radiologic images of cancer are contained in this repository. The API allows you to query metadata and download images from the various public collections available on TCIA
The DrugPatentWatch platform contains deep analytics on pharmaceutical drugs, the patents protecting them in 130+ countries, clinical trials, patent applications, API vendors, and more. Use cases for the DrugPatentWatch database include: - Branded pharmaceutical firms seeking competitive intelligence - Generic and API manufacturers seeking knowledge of which drugs to develop - Wholesalers seeking advance notice of patent expiry to avoid over-stocking off-patent drugs - Healthcare ...
This API allows estimation of risks for trisomies 21, 18 and 13 at 11-13 weeks of gestation, using maternal age and ultrassonographic parameters, such as fetal nuchal translucency thickness and fetal heart rate. Need a specific volume? Contact us!
Retrive ICD-10 (https://icd.who.int/browse10/2019/en) code for diseases or health conditions.
SmrtX provides an API (Application Programming Interface) for patient preliminary medical diagnosis that can help you implement an intelligent symptom checker and Lab Test analyzer for your healthcare medical application. When you incorporate Diagnosis API within your healthcare web-application it will have the same functionalities like presented in DDxHub Diagnosis System (https://ddxhub.azurewebsites.net/). This is an alive example of implementation.
Konviere Drugs API serves public FDA data about National Drug Code (NDC) and Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS)
The ultimate bodyfat percante app using well known skinfold methods by Lohman, Jackson & Pollok and by the National Health Center of America. The best way to measure the skinfolds is by using a caliper and if someone would assist you while you do your measurements. Three Skinfold Measurement: Shoulder Skinfold: Right under the shoulderblade Trizeps Skinfold: Between the Shoulder and the Elbow on the Trizeps Belly Skinfold: Approximatelly 2 centimeters beside the belly button vertically measured T.G. Lohman: Skinfolds and body density and their relation to body fatness: a review. In: Human Biologie. Mai 1981, S. 181–255 Four Skinfold Measurement: Shoulder Skinfold: Right under the shoulderblade Chest Skinfold: Between the armpit and the nipple along the chest muscle Armpit Skinfold: Right under the armpit vertically Belly Skinfold: Approximatelly 2 centimeters beside the belly button vertically measured National Health Center of America (NHCA) Seven Skinfold Method: Shoulder Skinfold: Right under the shoulderblade Chest Skinfold: Between the armpit and the nipple along the chest muscle Armpit Skinfold: Right under the armpit vertically Belly Skinfold: Approximatelly 2 centimeters beside the belly button vertically measured Trizeps Skinfold: Between the Shoulder and the Elbow on the Trizeps Waist Skinfold: In the middle between the last riba and the hip bode in a 30 degrees angle Tigh Skinfold: 10 centimeters above the knee cap vertically measured Jackson, Pollock: Generalized equations for predicting body density of men. In: British Journal of Nutrition. Nr. 40, Oktober 1978, S. 497–504 Jackson, Pollock, Ward: Generalized equations for predicting body density of women. In: Medicin and Science in Sports and Exercise. Nr. 12(3), 1980, S. 175–182
About medical APIs
It used to be that when a parent wanted advice about caring for a sick child, the first move was a call to the pediatrician’s office. These days, that same parent might first check online for the most common treatments. Online medical resources are essential tools for patients, doctors, and pharmacists. Many of these medical websites and apps rely on APIs to provide information.
What is a medical API?
A medicine database API is a central storage location for several kinds of medical data. By reaching out to this tool with a GET request, websites and apps can share information about drug interactions, common symptoms of diseases, and treatment options.
How does a medicine API work?
These APIs vary in their applications. The Symptom Checker API lets a user enter a condition and receive a list of symptoms. The user can also reverse this process, entering symptoms to receive possible diagnoses. The myHealthBox API gives its users access to official information about medicines and health equipment from government agencies around the world.
Who would use a medical API?
A health-centered API has many applications. Professional medical offices use medicine APIs for both diagnosis and day-to-day operations. When speaking to a patient about his or her overall health, the application a doctor uses might access the BMI Calculator API. Patients looking for online help will use applications that reach out to symptom checker APIs.
Why is access to medical information important?
Quick access to accurate information matters for both individual patients and public health. Disease APIs can help medical professionals diagnose and treat life-threatening conditions. Case count and location data can assist health organizations as they track the spread of a pandemic.
What information can be found in medical APIs?
The information on medical databases covers many topics. Some APIs have general information about symptoms, treatments and pharmaceuticals. Other databases are more specific. For example, the Tick and Bite Recognition API works with tools that analyze images of insect bites.
Are there free medicine database APIs?
Many of these APIs use public information gathered by governmental health agencies. As such, many of the databases are free or have a freemium developer package. Often, the free packages limit the number of times a developer’s app can make a request of the API. Disease APIs like the Ebola Outbreak API was created with the public interest in mind and are available at no cost.
Best Medical APIs
- Symptoms Checker
- BMI Calculator
- MAPI US
- Medical Codes
Medical APIs SDKs
All medical APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
- Java (Android)
- C# (.NET)
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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