helicobacter pylori infection in eastern europe: seroprevalence in the polish population of lower silesia.the helicobacter pylori status of the population of eastern european countries has not been explored despite the high incidence of peptic ulcer disease and gastric cancer observed in these countries. a seroprevalence study has been performed in wroclaw, a city of lower silesia, poland, to provide insight into this question. sera were collected to obtain 50 subjects per 5 yr increment of age. a second generation elisa kit with a high sensitivity and specificity was used. the results plotted by ye ...19968946977
[prevalence of h. pylori infection in the polish child population].helicobacter pylori is one of the most frequent pathogens of human. it plays a decisive role in the diseases of upper alimentary tract. most infected subjects live in the developing countries. the aim of the study was to estimate the prevalence of h. pylori infection in children depending on age, sex and place of living. material and methods: for the purpose of epidemiological studies the district center of informatics and regional data bank have randomly drawn 1500 children; 500 from each: city ...200516161921
the antimicrobial susceptibility of helicobacter pylori strains isolated from children and adults with primary infection in the lower silesia region, poland.the resistance of microorganisms to antibiotics has become a serious issue in recent years in the therapy of bacterial infections. this problem also concerns the treatment of infections caused by helicobacter pylori strains. the aim of this study was to evaluate the frequency of primary resistance of h. pylori strains isolated from children and adults. the subject of the research was 105 strains of h. pylori isolated from children and 60 strains from adults in the lower silesia region in the yea ...201425033663
high antibiotic resistance of helicobacter pylori and its effect on tailored and empiric eradication of the organism in lower silesia, present, the resistance to antibiotics is considered the most important reason for helicobacter pylori (hp) eradication failure. the aim of this study was to estimate the prevalence of antimicrobial resistance of hp strains and to evaluate tailored and empiric therapeutic regimens in patients with peptic ulcer disease associated with infection of this microorganism.201727879042
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