Helicobacter (H.) Pylori Ag (Antigen) Test - Stomach Ulcer Test -
Helicobacter Pylori Antigen Test Kit - Stool Test for Stomach Ulcer
Intended Use Laboquick Helicobacter pylori antigen cassette test is used as a diagnostic tool to detect qualitative immunochromatographic helicobacter pylori antigen (HP Ag) in stool.
Helicobacter pylorus is a gram-negative bacterium that causes inflammation of the stomach lining. The results of affection by this bacterium may lead to the chronic gastritis and is strongly linked to the development of duodenal and gastric ulcers and stomach cancer. Unfortunately the helicobacter pylori disease is commonly observed and the infection has been founded in the population by 40-50% in the developed countries and 80-90% in developing countries. A number of techniques are also improved to detect the helicobacter pylori bacterium.
Urea breath test is one of these techniques. It can be numbered various different types of commonly used techniques to detect the helicobacter pylori infection. Some of them can be defined as the detection of the stains such as Giemsa staining procedures specific to Helicobacter pylori through the antral endoscopic biopsy, biopsy culture methods and rapid urea test. These methods can only be applied with the professional laboratory equipment by the qualified technical personnel in laboratory atmosphere. The culturing method is also requiring longer times to get the result. The serologic approaches detects the reaction of patient’s immunologic system against the disease however these approaches prevent the specialist to distinguish an active infection or the passed infection. In addition, antibody titer does not change in the course of treatment. The antigen detection of helicobacter pylori infection in stool can determine all isotypes of existing organism in the stool sample.
Package Contents Helicobacter Pylori Ag Test Device, Sampling Device, Silica Gel bag as humidifier
Sensitivity The Laboquick Helicobacter Pylori Ag cassette test can detect the Helicobacter Pylori Antigens in the sample with the ratio of 400ng/ml