The H. PYLORI QUIK CHEK test is a rapid membrane enzyme immunoassay for the qualitative detection of Helicobacter pylori specific antigen in human fecal specimens.
It is a noninvasive way to detect H. pylori when endoscopy is not required, using antibodies specific to H. pylori antigen. The test is intended for use with fecal specimens that are fresh, frozen, or in transport media.
H. PYLORI QUIK CHEK:
Detects H. pylori antigen
Utilizes fecal specimens that are fresh, frozen, or in transport media
Provides results in approximately 30 minutes
Fecal Sample Type: Fresh or frozen fecal sample, or fecal sample in transport media
Results should be considered in conjunction with clinical findings and patient history.
Two vertical blue lines (the control line to the left, and the test line to the right) indicate a positive result.
A single vertical blue line (the control line to the left) indicates a negative result.
If the left vertical line fails to appear, the test is invalid, regardless of whether or not the test line appears.
• Membrane Devices – 25, each pouch contains 1 device
• Conjugate (2.5 mL) – Antibody specific for H. pylori antigen coupled to
horseradish peroxidase in a buffered protein solution (contains 0.05% ProClin® 300)*
• Diluent (22 mL) – Buffered protein solution with black graduated dropper assembly (contains 0.05% ProClin® 300)
• H360 – May damage fertility or the unborn child.
• H373 – May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.
• H412 – Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
P201, P202, P260, P308, P314, P363, P405
• Positive Control (2 mL) – H. pylori antigen in a buffered protein solution (contains 0.05% ProClin® 300)*
• Substrate (3.5 mL) – Solution containing tetramethylbenzidine
• Wash Buffer (12 mL) – Buffered solution with white graduated dropper assembly (contains 0.05% ProClin® 300)*
• Disposable plastic transfer pipettes (50) – Graduated at 25 µL, 100 µL, 200 µL, 300 µL, 400 µL and 500 µL
• Wooden applicator sticks (50)
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Specimens may be fresh, frozen, or in transport media
- Results in approximately 30 minutes
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|Catalog Number||Description||Units of Measurements|
|TL30925||H. PYLORI QUIK CHEK||25 Tests/Kit|
DOCUMENTATION AND VIDEOS
Brochure, package inserts and additional literature provided below:
Helicobacter pylori can cause gastric ulcers or gastric cancer in a small number of infected individuals.
Approximately half the global population is infected with H. pylori. Most have no symptoms, and do not require treatment. However, a minority of these people develop gastritis, and a small fraction develop gastric ulcers or gastric cancer.
The standard procedure to diagnose H. pylori involves endoscopy with biopsy. Current guidelines still recommend this for patients with alarm symptoms such as GI bleeding or sudden weight loss, or for patients over 55. However, younger patients who do not have alarm symptoms may benefit from non-invasive tests, such as a fecal antigen test. These tests can also verify that H. pylori infection has been eradicated after treatment.