Check-up " Diagnostics of intestinal microflora disorders»
The microflora consists of a close relationship with a person.
The intestine is the habitat of a large number of bacteria. The human body serves as a habitat for more than 2,000 known species of bacteria. The amount of intestinal microflora is more than 2.5 kg. The bacteria that inhabit the intestines perform a variety of very diverse and very useful functions, ensuring the physical and spiritual health of a person.
Intestinal dysbiosis is a violation of the composition and properties of the intestinal microflora. With intestinal dysbiosis, the processes of digestion, the synthesis of vitamins, and the absorption of trace elements are disrupted. The presence of intestinal dysbiosis is always a reason for examining the digestive organs, since a violation of the intestinal microflora is a manifestation or consequence of various diseases of the digestive organs. Therefore, it is so important to undergo an examination to identify the cause of dysbiosis. After all, if the cause is unknown, then the treatment will be chosen incorrectly!
The program includes:
- Primary consultation of a gastroenterologist (examination, collection of medical history, observation, medical and diagnostic measures, up to 6 hours, without food)
- Respiratory hydrogen test with Lactulose loading (on an empty stomach, for 2 hours, to detect excessive bacterial growth syndrome (SIBR))
- Fecal analysis for dysbacteriosis
- General (clinical) analysis of feces
- Analysis of feces for protozoa and helminth eggs
- Fecal occult blood test (immunochromatography)
- Analysis of feces for pathogenic intestinal flora
- Analysis of feces for calprotectin
- Test for toxins A and B Cl. Difficile
- Consultation of an enterologist (a specialist in intestinal diseases)
- Consultation of an infectious disease specialist