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The urea breath test is a rapid diagnostic procedure used to identify infections by Helicobacter pylori, a spiral bacterium implicated in gastritis, gastric ulcer, and peptic ulcer disease. It is based upon the ability of H. pylori to convert urea to ammonia and carbon dioxide. Urea breath tests are recommended in leading society guidelines as a preferred non-invasive choice for detecting H. pylori before and after treatment.

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    QLD Traffic Infringement Notice After Driving Past RBT?

    I have driven past a single officer RBT without seeing him as he was standing with the rising sun behind him. I have pulled up approximately 100 metres down the road & returned to him on foot. The QLD police officer has failed to identify himself & been very aggressive & confrontational & at no...
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    Refucing breath testeit

    hi i am new to this forum and would really appreciate any advice from you. I was charged for refucing a breath test and the story is as follows. Had few drinks at my mates place in the same state 800m away from my house. I drove there since my friend asked me to bring some chairs othervice...
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    TAS False Charges of Assault - What to Do?

    Early this year, my partner assaulted me. I disproved his lie that I was drunk by demanding police breath test me (to try to get them to see he was lying, obviously I wouldn't have done this if I wasn't 100% factual). I then had to disprove his statement that I was an overnight guest where, in...
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    NT Breath testing at work

    I turned up at work this afternoon and took a breath test, which is compulsory for every staff member st the start of each shift. The first machine I used returned a reading of .066, which I was sure had to be an error because I had no reason to believe that there was any alcohol in my system...
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    VIC Notice for Suspension of Drivers Licence Not Received - What Next?

    About 2 weeks ago I got pulled over by the police at around 4am. I was going to my friend's house to drop him after we finished work. They did a breath test and the results were negative. Then they asked for my drivers licence and told me that my drivers licence had been suspended and I can't...
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    Do People Have to Answer Police Questions?

    Just a curiosity question. I've often watched the RBT TV show and am surprised at the questions the police ask and the willingness of the people to answer. Questions like, "when was your last drink?" seem reasonable, if a recent drink could affect the test result, but, "How many have you had...
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    QLD Does Disqualification of Drivers Licence Apply Interstate?

    I was convicted in absentia for refusing to provide a breath test sample. This was around February of 2016. The judge handed down a 2-year disqualification, or the fitting of an alcohol interlock device for 12 months. I'm moving to Melbourne soon and need to know if that drivers licence...
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    QLD Unaware of Drivers Licence Suspension - Can I Fight This?

    I'm currently gong through court for a traffic offence. I've been court twice already for an unregistered car driving offence and in July was pulled over by police for a random breath test. My car was register but my drivers licence was suspended. I was 100% unaware of my licence suspension as...
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    QLD Refusal of Breath Test - Reason of Substantial Character?

    I was recently parked outside of my house in my stationary vehicle having driven 5 minutes previously. Subsequently, 2 officers pulled up and requested a roadside breath test. I complied and blew approx .01 I was asked to accompany the officers for an evidentiary breath analysis and was taken...
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    VIC Police Required to Give 15 Minutes Before Taking Breath Test?

    Hi everyone, I'm not in trouble with the law, but curious about this. I was under the impression (from shows like RBT) that drinking within the five minutes prior to being breath-tested required the police (if you tell them) to give you a 15-minute grace period before taking a breath test, in...