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C-13 Urea Breath Test

¹³ C Urea Breath Test

The Gold Standard Test for Helicobactor Pylori Bacteria. 

Non-invasive | Safe | Instantaneous Results | Accurate

Origins of H. Pylori

H. pylori is a Gram-negative micro-aerophilic bacterium in the stomach. The WHO classifies H. pylori as a Class I carcinogen of gastric cancer. It is the leading cause of gastritis, peptic ulcer disease and MALT – with more than 50% of the world’s population harboring H. pylori in their upper GI tract. 

¹³C Urea Breath Test Kit

Reagent kit for C-13-Urea Breath Test for the in-vitro diagnosis of Helicobacter Pylori infection. Applicable for all ages and types of subjects, including pregnant women and young children.

Stool (HpSA)

Stool Sample

Tests for H.Pylori antigens in stool 

Urea Breath Test

Breath Sample

Tests the entire gastric mucosa for active H.Pylori infection

Serology (ELISA)

Blood Sample

Tests the immune system for prior exposure

¹³C Urea Breath Test Analyzer + Kit

By utilizing the slight difference between the absorption peak positions of ¹³CO₂ and ¹²CO₂, the Analyzer measures the concentrations of ¹³CO₂ and ¹²CO₂ respectively. It then calculates the variation DOB (‰) of the abundance of ¹³C isotopes over the natural abundance of ¹³C to determine whether the patient has been infected with H. pylori.

Diagnosis Procedure

1. Take out one baseline breath bag and one post-dose breath bag and fill the patient’s information on the bags.

2. Remove the cap from the mouthpiece of the baseline breath bag, hold one breath and then blow into the bag through the mouthpiece. Try to blow as long and much as you can. Then screw on the cap.

3. Take one C-13 Capsule with 80 – 100ml water and then sit calmly for 20 minutes.

4. Remove the cap from the mouth piece of the post-dose breath bag and then repeat the collection technique used for collecting the baseline sample. 



*Four weeks before the test, do not take any antibiotics or oral bismuth subsalicylate (Pepto Bismol®).

*Two weeks before the test, do not take any prescription or over-the-counter proton pump inhibitors and bismuth.

*4 hours before the test, do not eat or drink anything (including water).

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