Medical Supply Rapid Diagnostic Test Kit Malaria PF/PV Whole Blood Test

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13C Urea Breath Test Kit for H. Pylori Diagnosis. Non-radioactive, Non-invasive, even for children, pregnant women and old people. Simple and quick operation, Test time less than 3 mins.
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13C Urea Breath Test Kit for H. Pylori Diagnosis


Description of 13C Urea Breath Test

A person performing a H. pylori urea breath test. The inset shows what the H. pylori bacteria look like.


Non-radioactive, Non-invasive, even for children, pregnant women and old people


Simple and quick operation, Test time less than 3 mins.


Gold Standard for H. Pylori Diagnosis


Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) bacteria are a common cause of digestive illnesses, including gastritis (the irritation and inflammation of the stomach lining), peptic ulcers (sores in the lining of the stomach, small intestine, or esophagus), and even stomach cancer later in life.

13C Urea Breath Test uses a chemical reaction to detect the H. pylori bacteria. 

The test contains a chemical called urea, which is attached to a 13C carbon atom. The bacteria break down the urea thereby releasing the carbon, which is eventually exhaled in the breath. The breath is then tested to check for the 13C carbon.

What happens during the 13C UBT test?

The test takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.

  1. The first step is to take a sample of your breath by blowing into a bag.

  2. Next, you will drink the reagent that contains urea attached to a 13C carbon atom.

  3. After 30 mins, you will blow your breath into another bag. You can get the result within 2 mins after testing two samples by 13C Infrared Spectrometer.

How should I prepare for this 13C UBT test?

Avoid eating or drinking for 2 hours before the test.

Certain medications can interfere with the test results and should be avoided before the test. These include antibiotics, ulcer medications, and heartburn relievers (including over-the-counter products).


The test results will be inaccurate if you are taking (most) antibiotics or medications that reduce stomach acid. Normally, your doctor will ask you to stop taking these medications anywhere 4 weeks before the test.

Tell your doctor or prescriber about all prescription, over-the-counter (non-prescription), and herbal medications that you are taking. Also tell them about any medication allergies and medical conditions that you may have.

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