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The People's Daily authoritatively speaks for detection of Helicobacter pylori. Carbon 13 Urea granules with acidified formula are the gold standard! No radioactivity, zero disintegration time, Richen heliforce 13c urea breath test is the most correct choice for protecting your stomach.
If you want to know whether you have Helicobacter pylori infection. In addition to gastroscopy, non-invasive methods include urea breath test, stool antigen test and serological test. Among them, the carbon-13 breath test is the most recommended diagnostic method. No need for gastroscope, no need for intubation, only two breaths can quickly and accurately detect whether the subject has Helicobacter pylori infection.
Helicobacter pylori can secrete urease, which can decompose 13c-labeled urea into 13CO2 and NH3. The labeled 13CO2 will circulate in the blood and will eventually be expelled from the breath through the lungs. There is no HP in the stomach of normal people, and the 13c urea reagent that they drink will not be broken down. 13CO2 will not increase significantly, and the HP in the stomach of hp-positive patients will decompose the 13c urea reagent, so the 13co2 in the exhaled air will increase significantly. The doctor collects the gas at 0 minutes before taking the reagent, and collects the exhaled air 30 minutes after taking the reagent, and uses the instrument to detect the changes in 13co2 in the two gas samples to determine whether they contain Helicobacter pylori.
Carbon 13 is a stable isotope, does not produce radiation, and is relatively safe. If necessary, it can be used for all people including pregnant women and children, while carbon 14 urea breath test is radioactive and cannot be used for pregnant women and children.
The internationally common way of taking is to take 13c urea granules + citric acid as a solution in the world, and Richen 13c urea breath test contain acidulants, which are more convenient to use, reduce the incidence of false negatives and false positives, and ensure the accuracy of test results.