Nature Communications have such a database.
Human symptoms–disease network
XueZhong Zhou, Jörg Menche, Albert-László Barabási & Amitabh Sharma
Published: 26 June 2014
They count the number of times a disease and a symptom keywords both appear on the same PudMed article, and assign a TF-IDF value to each pair.
In their words:
Acquisition of symptom and ...
Rabies is almost 100% fatal so there is no chance to develop immunity. So, post-exposure vaccination is used if the person has not been vaccinated prior to exposure.
Rabies is a vaccine-preventable, zoonotic, viral disease. Once clinical symptoms appear, rabies is virtually 100% fatal. In up to 99% of cases, domestic dogs are responsible for rabies virus ...
My interpretation of this advice is that it is creating a necessary loophole for, say, someone's physician to state that a patient should not wear a mask. Maybe it would include people on supplemental oxygen or with respiratory difficulties. Could also include people with injuries on the face.
The point is that it is vague on purpose; it doesn't intend to ...
The answer to this question is for classification as Type 1 or Type 2 in adults (age >20 years) known (or believed) to have diabetes. Distinguishing Type 1 from Type 2 diabetes in children (age < 20 years) would require a different approach and has a separate literature.
Here are citations and links to three publications that describe the use “...
What you're looking for is used by AI or Bayesian networks for online diagnosis. These databases are commercially sensitive and likely only accessible by API rather than raw data. For example, ISABEL, has been around for 20 years
Although the novel coronavirus has not yet been around long enough to determine long-term effects, the experience from prior SARS coronavirus pandemics may be instructive, including observations of mental health side effects like anxiety disorders.
The American Lung Association has noted of the 2003 SARS virus:
A small percentage of patients had long-...