About Us

Management Revenue Group, LLC is a dynamic organization focused on promoting products and services that are cutting edge and leading technology. We help our clients achieve significant market penetration and awareness of the products and services they have to offer.

Current Projects

Our current area of focus is the Medical Industry; specifically Patented PCR based testing for digestive related disorders. We are marketing an invasive and non-invasive Polymerese Chain Reaction (PCR) tests to diagnose serious health issues associated with the digestive system. These tests target identification of the H. pylori virus with astounding accuracy in addition to identifying a wide range of Bacteria, Parasites, Fungi and antibiotic resistance to aid the physician in treatment of the root cause of the patient’s Digestive Disorder.

 

Invasive PCR Testing

sample imageDigestive Reference Group LLC was founded by a group comprised of specialists in Business, Marketing, Laboratory Operations and Microbiology. DRG Laboratory’s Medical Director is a seasoned expert in Pathology and the Associate Medical Director has a specialty in Parasitology. Because of the tedious nature of culturing and the inaccuracy of chemical analysis, the group developed means of diagnosing Bacteria, Viruses and Parasites utilizing State-of-the-Art PCR technology. Not content to stop there, the team went further and developed their methodology to quantify as many of the organisms as practical to provide the physician with hard evidence of the level of infection. To aid the physicians in their efforts to effectively treat their patients, DRG went one step further and engineered “Patient Specific Antibiotic Resistance” to 5 entire classes of drugs. This is highly complex science and to our knowledge, DRG Laboratory is the only facility in the United States offering this level of information and support to the physicians. DRG continues their efforts in Research and Development. Additional assays for Cancer markers are being developed.

 

Non-Invasive PCR Testing

sample imageDNA analysis is available to identify microbiota including anaerobes; a previously immeasurable area of the gut environment. DNA assessment is specific and accurate; avoids the pitfalls of sample transport; reports results as specific numbers; and is more sensitive than classic laboratory methods. Download the White Paper on Documented Limitations of Culture Based Stool Assessment. Gastrointestinal function is important for general health. The intestinal tract contains significant amounts of bacteria; some beneficial, some neutral and some harmful. Balancing beneficial microbial flora in the gut is key to proper digestion, efficient nutrient usage and ridding the body of waste and pathogens. Poor digestion and malabsorption can lead to immune dysfunction, nutritional insufficiencies, mental/emotional disorders and autoimmune diseases. .

Why PCR Testing?

sample image "PCR is the best developed and most widely used nucleic acid amplification strategy...These techniques have sensitivity unparalleled in laboratory medicine, have created new opportunities for the clinical laboratory to have an effect on patient care and have become the new "gold standards" for laboratory diagnosis of several infectious diseases."

-Manual of Clinical Microbiology, 8th Edition, Vol. 1, page 235, 2003.

What is H. pylori?

sample image Helicobacter pylori are spiral shaped bacteria, which are found in the human stomach. It plays a significant pathogenic role in chronic gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, and perhaps gastric cancers and cardiovascular diseases in humans H. pylori infect a large population, as high as 80% in developing countries and up to 40% in developed countries. Most patients have epigastric pain, heart-burn, or vague symptoms ( non-ulcer dyspepsia). With the diagnosis of H. pylori infection, patients are usually treated with double or triple antibiotics and proton pump inhibitor to eradicate the H. pylori. However, limited to the current diagnostic methods, such as CLOtest, pathology, stool antigen, serum HP antibody or breath test, a number of patients continue to have the symptoms even if the patients have a negative diagnosis for H. Pylori infection.