Chemical and microbiological analysis of the intestinal flora for count verification and evaluation of the protective bacterial flora and pathogenic flora
In the standard version, the intestinal microbiota test - GUT SCREENING NORMAL- is a chemical and microbiological analysis of the intestinal flora which verifies, counts and evaluates both the protective bacterial flora (bifidia, lactobacilli, etc.) and the presence and extent of pathogenic flora. Any parasites, fungi or pathogenic bacteria are detected. Following the identification of the pathogen, with the aromatogram it is possible to establish and give an indication of the most effective essential oil to restore the right balance. The test is completed with an antibiogram and/or micrograms - where necessary - to give the direction of a targeted therapy.
It is recommended to perform GUT SCREENING NORMAL in the presence of diarrhoea, constipation, digestive problems, alternating bowel movements.
The test is performed on faeces and urine; the sample is followed for 8 days, during which various cultures are performed to identify the possible presence of protozoa, helminths, fungi and non-native bacteria, divided into 5 sections for ease of processing