What is reflux?
Reflux disease is a common condition, where the stomach contents passes back up into the oesophagus.
How does Peptest work?
Peptest is an accurate, painless and inexpensive test that tells you quickly and conclusively if you have reﬂux disease.
Discover the medical experts using and researching Peptest and how we can work with you in your medical setting.
What people are saying…
Using Peptest, the high levels of pepsin in my saliva confirmed I was refluxing but also the levels involved and when it was happening.Muriela (patient)
After taking Peptest, my results showed very high levels of pepsin, especially after my midday and evening meals.Ian (patient)
Within 48 hours I received my results showing that I had high levels of pepsin present in my saliva.Garry (patient)
I’ve been using Peptest for over a year now. It’s a completely non-invasive test that just involves spitting into a tube.Mr Mark Watson (Surgeon)
...say Peptest instructions are easy to follow
....consider Peptest to be good value
....would consider using Peptest again
... are satisfied with their diagnosis
* According to customer research
A new study into the connection between heartburn and oesophageal cancer has reinforced the importance of getting an early diagnosis of reflux disease.read more
Peptest is heading to the world’s largest meeting of respiratory professionals: the 28th European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress in Paris.read more
Peptest can be used as a control measure to check that lifestyle & dietary measures taken are keeping reflux under control & treatments are effective.read more
Peptest™ is a single use in-vitro diagnostic device not for ingestion. It conforms to the European Directive 98/79/EC on in-vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices; this is shown by the CE mark of conformity.
Peptest™ kits are manufactured in the UK by RDBiomed Limited – a private limited company registered in England and Wales with number 06979218.
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