First Line Non-Invasive GI Test

SITZMARKS is a safe and simple initial diagnostic process for your patients presenting with constipation or other gastrointestinal (GI) issues.

 

Doing so will allow you to provide your patients with a safe and simple test option that has the potential to diagnose or rule out gastrointestinal issues, related to your patient's constipation.

EVALUATE | DIAGNOSE

PATIENT CONSTIPATION

SAVE TIME AND GET RESULTS

Non-Invasive

Test

Reliable

Results

Patient Friendly

Experience

HOW SITZMARKS WORKS

No Preparation Necessary

DAY 1 Patients simply take an easy-to-swallow SITZMARKS capsule containing radiopaque markers,   followed by an X-ray on Day 5.

No Uncomfortable Procedures

DAYS 1-4 No long hours undergoing potentially unnecessary or uncomfortable procedures. Patients can continue their normal routine as the capsule moves through the digestive tract.

Results That Matter

DAY 5 Your patient’s X-ray could be normal, show detection of abnormal transit, or indicate a blockage; SITZMARKS allows you to explore other possible conditions that may relate to your patient’s GI symptoms.

DAY 1

DAYS 1-4

DAY 5

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SITZMARKS

c/o Konsyl Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
8050 Industrial Park Rd.
Easton, MD 21601

+1.410.822.5192 | 8:30 am - 5 pm ET

SITZMARKS and Konsyl Original Formula are registered trademarks of Konsyl Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

RX only. For directions and indications for use, please refer to the Indications for Use. Interpretation and Consultation: a healthcare provider must analyze and interpret the test data and review the results. This website is intended to supplement the directions and explanations from the prescribing healthcare provider regarding use of the SITZMARKS. This website does not replace a healthcare provider’s care, advice, and specific instructions regarding SITZMARKS.

For more information, please call SITZMARKS c/o Konsyl Pharmaceuticals at +1.410.822.5192, 8 am - 5 pm EST. Prior to use, refer to the Indications For Use supplied with SITZMARKS for indications, contraindications, side effects, suggested procedure, warnings and precautions.