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antibiotic resistance in helicobacter pylori: is it a problem in new zealand?infection with helicobacter pylori requires antibiotic treatment when associated with upper gastrointestinal symptoms. antibiotic susceptibility tests on this pathogen are rarely carried out and there is little information available on the incidence of antibiotic resistant strains in new zealand. the aim of this study was to assess the susceptibility of h. pylori (cultured from gastric biopsies in dunedin) to antibiotics that are commonly used in treatment.200415475992
seroprevalence of helicobacter pylori in a longitudinal study of new zealanders at ages 11 and 21.helicobacter pylori seroprevalence increases with age in adult life but spontaneous reversion may occur in childhood and adolescence.19989847945
helicobacter pylori serology in a birth cohort of new zealanders from age 11 to 26.to determine seroprevalence of helicobacter pylori (h pylori) in the dunedin multidisciplinary health and development study (dmhds) at age 26 in order to investigate seroconversion and seroreversion from age 11 to 26 and the association of seropositivity with risk factors for h pylori infection.200515929181
seroprevalence of helicobacter pylori in a birth cohort of 21-year-old new zealanders.to determine the seroprevalence of helicobacter pylori (h. pylori) in a subset of a birth cohort of new zealanders at age 21 and examine the association with risk factors and digestion-related symptoms.19968781907
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