13C Urea Breath test

Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacterium which infects stomach to cause gastritis, gastric ulcer and gastric cancer. Detecting H. pylori accurately is the first step toward curing gastric ulcer and preventing gastric cancer. 

The H. pylori breath test is a simple and non-invasive way for detecting an active H. pylori infection. 

During the test, patients need to drink a special reagent: urea labeled with isotope carbon-13 (13C). If H. pylori are present, urea will be converted into carbon dioxide (13CO2). 13CO2 exhaled can be detected after 30 minutes.

13C Infrared Spectrometer (10 channels)

ž   Able to test 5 groups of samples simultaneously.

ž   High accuracy and stability.

ž   Function of date base is strong.

ž   Suitable for medium or large hospitals and healthcare centers.

131C infrared Spectrometer (2 channels)

   Easy to carry

   Independent LCD display screen and build-in micro printer.

   Suitable for clinical departments with small quantity of physical examination or mobile physical examination.