Helicobacter pylori – stool sample

249,99 PLN per package (25 pieces)

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Product description

H. pylori antigen test is a rapid immunochromatographic test for qualitative detection of antibodies to Helicobacter pylori bacteria in stool samples. The test comes in a convenient bulk pack of 25 units and is intended for use as an aid in the diagnosis of H. pylori infection.

H.pylori is a small spiral-shaped bacterium that lives on the surface of the stomach and duodenum. It is involved in the etiology of various gastrointestinal diseases, including duodenal and gastric ulcers, non-ulcer dyspepsia, and active and chronic gastritis. Studies have shown that more than 90% of patients with duodenal ulcer disease and 80% of patients with gastric ulcer disease are infected with H.pylori.

The high sensitivity and specificity of this test allow for reliable and accurate results, which are obtained in as little as 10 minutes!

The product is intended for professional use.


  • sample material: stool
  • painless collection of the test sample
  • specificity: 98.4%, sensitivity: 98.8%, accuracy: 98.6%
  • high quality product
  • quick result in as little as 10 minutes!
  • bulk package of 25 units
  • product designed for professional use

The package includes

  • 25 test cassettes
  • 25 sampling tubes with extraction buffer
  • instruction manual

Test Application 

Our test is ideal for professionals in various fields, especially internists, dermatologists, pediatricians, for whom it can be helpful in:

  • Diagnosis of gastrointestinal diseases: Internists can use the test to detect the presence of Helicobacter pylori, the bacterium responsible for many gastrointestinal conditions such as gastric ulcers, chronic gastritis and gastric cancer. Early detection of H. pylori infection allows rapid implementation of appropriate treatment and monitoring of its effectiveness.
  • Assessing the health of patients with unexplained symptoms: Gastroenterologists can benefit from the test in diagnosing patients with chronic complaints such as abdominal pain, bloating or nausea, where H. pylori infection may be the underlying cause of problems. Quick identification of the infection allows the patient to be referred for appropriate treatment.
  • Child care: Pediatricians can use the test to diagnose H. pylori infection in children, which often manifests with nonspecific symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea or appetite problems. Early detection and treatment of the infection can prevent long-term health problems.
  • Monitoring the effectiveness of treatment: Medical professionals can regularly use the test to assess whether H. pylori eradication treatment is working, minimizing the risk of relapse and complications.

How to perform the test

Note: to make the test performed as reliable as possible, the test should be stored in a dry place at 2-30°C and used before the expiration date. Do not drink, eat or smoke in the area where the sample is stored and the test is performed, as this may affect the result obtained. Make sure to bring the sample, cassette and buffer to room temperature (15-30°C) before performing the test.

1. Take enough feces (1-2 ml or 1-2 g) into a clean, dry sample container. Best results will be obtained if the test is performed within 6 hours of collection. Collected samples can be stored for 3 days at 2-8°C if not tested within 6 hours. For long-term storage, samples should be kept below -20°C.

2. To process fecal samples:

For solid samples: Unscrew the cap of the sampling tube, then randomly poke the sampling applicator into the stool sample at at least 3 different locations to collect about 50 mg of stool (equivalent to 1/4 of a pea grain). Do not scoop the fecal sample.

For liquid samples: Hold the dropper vertically, aspirate the fecal samples, and then transfer about 80 μl into a sampling tube containing an extraction buffer. Tighten the cap on the sampling tube, then shake the sampling tube vigorously to mix the sample and extraction buffer. Let the tube stand for 2 minutes.

3. Remove the test cassette from the foil package.

4. Open the tube, then invert it and transfer 2 full drops of extracted sample (about 80 μl) into the sample well (S) of the test cassette, then start the timer. 

5. Read the result after 10 minutes. A result read after 20 minutes is invalid.