One of the problems of the modern age which has been sufficiently studied, but which at the same time remains mysterious, is the Helicobacter Pylori bacterium. This bacterium can be found in the organisms of patients having various diseases of duodenum and stomach. The name of this harmful bacterium represents its habitat (pylori – for the pyloric part of the stomach) and its form (helico means spiral, helical).
The Helicobacter Pylori bacterium was identified by Barry Marshall and Robin Warren, and in recognition of their discovery they were awarded the 2005 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. This revolutionary discovery dispelled the prevailing opinion in the field of medicine that the acidic environment of the stomach makes it impossible for living organisms to live in it – Helicobacter pylori is fixed on the walls of the stomach, where the bacteria may exist for more than a dozen years. When reproducing itself the bacteria have a disastrous effect on our stomach and duodenum, weaken the protective power of the mucous membranes, cause chronic inflammation, gastritis, ulcers and even oncological diseases.
The only way to prevent the development and existence of Helicobacter pylori, the epithelial eater, is to diagnose the problem in time, which will allow you to choose the appropriate effective treatment. Modern technological progress allows patients to avoid an unpleasant diagnostic procedure – swallowing the probe, replacing it, for example, with a gas analyzer or modern third-generation wave diagnostic equipment, which is as simple as possible and convenient for patients. The example of such technology is the Spectral Dynamic Complex (“KSD”).
As for the modern treatment of Helicobacter pylori, it is still being discussed. The main scheme of treatment is a competently selected antibiotic and its dose, supplemented with acid-lowering drugs. In the US and Switzerland doctors recommend (to consolidate the effect and avoid recurrence of GI tract diseases) to use special vaccination.
According to the doctors, such aggressive therapy isn`t rational in all the cases. It makes us look for new ways and methods of fighting with Helicobacter pylori. For example, the “KSD” is used for treatment of the illness as it allows to identify the slightest changes in the organism at the stage of functional disorder and to restore the severed connections via the wave method, thus avoiding dysbacteriosis of all the organism.