Comparative study of Helicobacter pylori best diagnosis methods and the Effect of some Risk Factors associated with infection.

Abstract

The present review is an attempt to find the best diagnosis method of H. pylori infection in patients with Peptic Ulcer Disease (PUD), as well as, determined the effect of some risk factors associated with this infection.These prospective cesses included, Ten H. pylori isolates were isolated out of 110 tissue gastric biopsies specimens existed from the patient's stomach that were suffering from dyspeptic symptoms, whom attended to Gastroenterology Centre in AL-Yarmook Teaching Hospital. With an age range 15-85 years from both genders. These biopsies subjected to, bacterial Cutler test for investigate the presence of H. pylori spp. and other biopsy test is Urease test that was performed by Two methods (slant urea agar base and Rapid Urease Test Kit). A further 30 healthy volunteers individual, uninfected with H. pylori were involved as a control group. Besides that, 140 venous blood specimens were collected from patients and control group for Enzyme Linked Immuno Sorbent Assay, also for ABO blood group test. And the results obtained clearly showed increase the frequency prevalence of H. pylori distribution to reach 60 (54.55%) patients.