2016
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-28032016000400003
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Abstract: -Background -The diagnosis of H. pylori infection can be performed by non-invasive and invasive methods.The identification through a fecal antigen test is a non-invasive, simple, and relatively inexpensive test. ) and negative predictive value 73,2% (CI95% 67.5-77.6); Positive likelihood ratio was 4.7 (CI95% 2.9-7.9) and Negative Likelihood Ratio 0.4 (CI95% 0.3-0.5). The prevalence odds ratio for a positive test was 12.3 (CI95% 5.7-26.3). The index kappa between FAT and histology/urease test was 0.53 (CI95% 0… Show more

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“…EIA provides more reliable results than does ICA. Monoclonal antibodies-based tests are more accurate than are polyclonal antibodies and give useful reports [32].…”
Section: Stool Antigen Testmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…EIA provides more reliable results than does ICA. Monoclonal antibodies-based tests are more accurate than are polyclonal antibodies and give useful reports [32].…”
Section: Stool Antigen Testmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Two types of SATs are currently available for H. pylori diagnosis, using either monoclonal or polyclonal antibodies: immunochromatography assay and enzyme immunoassay-based methods. However, the tests that used monoclonal antibodies present a higher accuracy when compared with polyclonal ones and are effective for detecting H. pylori infection in pediatric patients [ 94 , 95 , 96 ] ( Table 1 ).…”
Section: Who Should Be Tested Why and How To Choose The Testing Method?mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…• monoclonal antibodies present a higher accuracy when compared with polyclonal ones and are effective for detecting H. pylori infection in pediatric patients [94][95][96] • requires a period of four weeks after antibiotics and bismuth and two weeks after the last use of proton pump inhibitors [94] • several conditions affect the test: constipation, persistent gastrointestinal hemorrhage, low bacterial load or uniform distribution of antigen in the stool sample [94,96] Molecular tests…”
Section: Advantages Disadvantages Limitationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Tedaviye yanıtın değerlendirilmesinde en sık non invasiv testler kullanılmaktadır. [14] HP'nin dokular üzerindeki hasarının, immün ve trombosit aktivasyonundan kaynaklanan inflamatuvar medyatörler ile ilişkili olduğuna inanılmaktadır. [9,10] Hemogram bize hemoglobin, lökosit ve trombosit sayısı, MPV, PDW gibi trombosit indexleri hakkında da bilgi verir.…”
Section: İstatiksel Analizunclassified