GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES

Helicobacter pylori Antibodies IgG  (H-plyori IgG, H-pylori Abs IgG) Helicobacter pylori has been implicated as the causative agent in non-ulcer dyspepsia, duodenal ulcers, gastritis and gastric ulcers. Moreover, H. pylori alterations of the mucosa have been implicated in the development of gastric cancer. Persons infected with H. pylori develop antibodies against this organism. Among healthy persons, IgG antibodies are usually not present in children and teenagers, but rise progressively with age, reaching approximately 50% in the population of persons 60 years old and older. Positive antibody results against H. pylori may indicate a past infection, an ongoing infection, or it may confirm acute gastritis and peptic ulcer.

$39


 

 H.Pylori Breath Test Helicobacter pylori is a gram-negative microaerophilic curved bacillus with an affinity for human gastric mucosa. H. pylori has been identified as an important pathogen in the upper GI tract. The casual relationship between H. pylori and chronic active gastritis, duodenal ulcers, and gastric ulcers has been well documented. BreathTek™ UBiT ® for H. pylori is a non-invasive, non-radioactive method for detecting urease activity associated with H. pylori infection. It is FDA approved to confirm cure and offers 95.2% sensitivity and 89.7% specificity compared with endoscopic methods.

$99


 

OVA And Parasite Diseases caused by human parasites remain on a worldwide basis among the principle causes of morbidity and mortality. Correct diagnosis of intestinal parasitic infection depends on proper collection, transport, detection and identification of parasites in stool specimens. Symptoms range from malaise to death. Treatment is dependent upon examining multiple stool exams due to the erratic shed rates of some parasites.

$49


 

 OVA & Parasite X2 Diseases caused by human parasites remain on a worldwide basis among the principle causes of morbidity and mortality. Correct diagnosis of intestinal parasitic infection depends on proper collection, transport, detection and identification of parasites in stool specimens. Symptoms range from malaise to death. Treatment is dependent upon examining multiple stool exams due to the erratic shed rates of some parasites.$69
 OVA & Parasite X3 Diseases caused by human parasites remain on a worldwide basis among the principle causes of morbidity and mortality. Correct diagnosis of intestinal parasitic infection depends on proper collection, transport, detection and identification of parasites in stool specimens. Symptoms range from malaise to death. Treatment is dependent upon examining multiple stool exams due to the erratic shed rates of some parasites.$89

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