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Publication - Dr Gemma Lasseter

    Is Helicobacter pylori antibiotic resistance surveillance needed and how can it be delivered?

    Citation

    McNulty, CAM, Lasseter, G, Shaw, I, Nichols, T, D'Arcy, S, Lawson, AJ & Glocker, E, 2012, ‘Is Helicobacter pylori antibiotic resistance surveillance needed and how can it be delivered?’. Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, vol 35., pp. 1221-30

    Abstract

    Most patients are prescribed Helicobacter pylori treatment without culture and antibiotic susceptibility testing, as current guidance recommends that patients with recurrent dyspepsia should be tested for H. pylori using a non-invasive breath or faecal antigen test.

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