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Index Copernicus ICV 2015: 85.95
NAAS RATING 2017: 5.38
pylori colonize all human populations worldwide. The risk of being colonized by H. pylori depends on geographic area, socioeconomic status and age, and initial colonization is thought to occur during early childhood. In developing countries the infection can be almost ubiquitous, whereas in industrialized countries H. pylori infect 30–50% of adults. H pylori response to both Clarithromycin and Metronidazole antibiotic sensitivity was giving the same figures. In respect to gender, 90.9 % of males and 88.2 % of females were sensitive to both antibiotics. Tetracycline antibiotic sensitivity was showing that 81.8 % of the males and 88.2 % of the females were sensitive to Tetracycline antibiotics. Amoxicillin antibiotic sensitivity was showing that, 81.8 % of the males and 70.6 % of the females were sensitive to Amoxicillin antibiotics. Finally Furazolidone antibiotic sensitivity was showing that, 100 % of the males and 76.5 % of the females were sensitive to Furazolidone antibiotics. Finally, females were more susceptible to H pylori infection than male. Stool antigen analysis was more sensitive than either gram stain or urease test but still not reaching 100 percent as biopsy culture do. H pylori are more sensitive to Clarithromycin and Metronidazole while, Amoxicillin show less sensitivity in response to H pylori infection. From the study we may recommend to detect H pylori infection using molecular biology technique for detection of H pylori gene to increase the sensitivity to H pylori infection diagnosis.