Why do we test Helicobacter Pylori?
About 50% of people in the world have a history of Helicobacter Pylori infection; The Maas- tricht V/Florence Consensus Report pointed out “H. pylori infection is accepted as the major aetiological factor for gastric cancer, and H. pylori eradication reduces the risk of gastric cancer development.”
Why is it important to detect Helicobacter pylori antibiotic resistance?
Due to the extensive use of antibiotics, H pylori resistance strains are widespread; The Maastricht V/Florence Consensus Report recommended performing clarithromycin sus- ceptibility testing by the molecular test directly on the gastric biopsy specimen.
Comparison of eradication rate with susceptible strains and resistant strains after 14 days treatment.
Once the infected H.pylori are resistant strains, our products can help:
Selection of effective antibiotics and treatment protocol to increase the eradication rate. Avoid secondary antibiotic resistance due to the first treatment failure.
Reduce H. pylori diagnosis cost and save treatment time.
Avoid multiple eradications leading to the extinction of beneficial strains in the body. Further reduction of the incidence of gastric cancer.
- 3 in 1 detection: Detects wild H. pylori, Clarithromycin and Quinolone antibiotic-resistant simultaneously in a single tube.
- Reliable Results: Internal control included in each tube monitoring whole testing processes and avoid false-negative result.
- Rapid Diagnosis: Analysis time within 2 hours.
- Anti-contamination: UNG/dUTP system minimizing the PCR contamination..
Additional Antibiotic Diagnosis Capacity
Amoxicillin, Tetracycline, and Furazolidone antibiotic resistance can be customized accord- ing to the demand.
Specimen types: Gastric biopsy specimen.
Packing Speciﬁcations丨10 Tests/Kit, 50 tests / kit