Instructions for Proper Usage of the Transit-Pellets
Transit-Pellets markers tests are prescribed by physician for use by patients in the home setting. For six consecutive days, the patient swallows Transit-Pellets markers contained in seven HPMC (hydropropyl methylcellulose) capsules followed by an abdominal radiograph on day seven.
To ensure proper and safe usage of the Transit-Pellets, it is important to thoroughly review the Transit-Pellets Instruction for Use (IFU) prior to initiating use. You can enter it directly via THIS LINK. Please be aware that the Transit-Pellets IFU is subject to change. The most current version is always available on this site.
Ensure Accurate Results: Follow Prescribed Instructions
It is important to follow the prescribed dosing instructions for the markers to ensure accurate results. One Transit-Pellets capsule should be taken each day from day one to day five. On day six, one capsule should be taken in the morning, labeled as ”6:1” and one capsule should be taken in the evening, labeled as ”6:2”.
To ensure the accuracy of the measurement, it is important to schedule the radiology examination at the appropriate time relative to the last marker dose on day six, labeled as ”6:2”. This means that the X-ray should be scheduled approximately 12 hours after the last marker dose was ingested in the evening on day six. The following table provides a helpful reference.
|Day 1 (Swallow Capsule 1)||Day 7 (Obtain X-ray)|
Information on this site should not be used as a substitute for medical advice from your doctor. Always discuss diagnosis and treatment information including risks with your doctor. Keep in mind that all treatment and outcome results are specific to the individual patient. Results may vary.