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Stomach Ulcer Test (H. Pylori)

 


Why is this test important to me?


This test is detecting H. Pylori antibodies from blood. It is simply to use and very reliable.


It is estimated that half of the world's population today is infected by the stomach bacterium Helicobacter pylori. Long-term the infection causes damage to the mucous membrane of the stomach and ulcers in 10% of cases. Those infected with this bacterium have an increased risk of developing stomach cancer.

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Why is this test important to me?

This test is detecting H. Pylori antibodies from blood. It is simply to use and very reliable.

It is estimated that half of the world's population today is infected by the stomach bacterium Helicobacter pylori. Long-term the infection causes damage to the mucous membrane of the stomach and ulcers in 10% of cases. Those infected with this bacterium have an increased risk of developing stomach cancer.

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Additional Information

To whom?

A urinary infection is an inflammation of the urinary collecting system and is generally caused by bacteria. Men, women and children can contract urinary tract infections. It is more common in women and it can occur in older men when an enlarged prostate gland obstructs the urine flow.

 

Method

This is a three-in-one test to detect the presence of white blood cells (leucocytes), proteins and nitrates in the urine. A positive result for any of these substances is shown by a change in the respective color field on dipstick.

Two test lines tell you that you probably have a Helicobacter pylori infection or not.

How to use?

Prick your finger quickly and easily with the micro-lancet. Place the drop of blood on the test strip. Add the buffer solution after 30 seconds. A positive or negative result appears in the window.

 

 

 

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  • To whom?

    A urinary infection is an inflammation of the urinary collecting system and is generally caused by bacteria. Men, women and children can contract urinary tract infections. It is more common in women and it can occur in older men when an enlarged prostate gland obstructs the urine flow.

     

  • Method

    This is a three-in-one test to detect the presence of white blood cells (leucocytes), proteins and nitrates in the urine. A positive result for any of these substances is shown by a change in the respective color field on dipstick.

    Two test lines tell you that you probably have a Helicobacter pylori infection or not.

  • How to use?

    Prick your finger quickly and easily with the micro-lancet. Place the drop of blood on the test strip. Add the buffer solution after 30 seconds. A positive or negative result appears in the window.

     

     

     

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