13c ubt test analyzer
The 13c ubt test combined with ubt test analyzer is to check whether there is Helicobacter pylori infection in the stomach. The principle is that Helicobacter pylori contains urease, which can decompose urea to produce carbon dioxide.
The inspection process is to allow the patient to swallow a capsule on an empty stomach in the morning. This capsule is labeled with carbon 13, and 30 minutes after swallowing, check whether carbon 13 labeled carbon dioxide is exhaled.
If it is found to be present, it is considered that there is a bacterial infection in the stomach; if the carbon dioxide labeled with this label is not detected, Consider that there is no Helicobacter pylori infection in the stomach. This solution is more precise and does not cause great stimulation to the body.
The normal value of the 13c ubt test is below 4. The 13c breath test is a method used to detect Helicobacter pylori infection. Helicobacter pylori can decompose urea and produce carbon dioxide.