Medaval announces that where BPM devices that have ‘no validation information found’ (marked in red on this site), those devices are now watermarked with a question mark and a image from our logo.
We have been highlighting Non Validated Devices and accurate devices for some time to allow for correction to the information we display and all corrections notified to us and verified have now been made.
Less than 20% of the known devices in the market place, which we list in our registries, for Blood Pressure Monitors, Blood Glucose Meters and Pulse Oximeters, have been clinically validated, which means that 80% have not
Therefore there is a high likelihood, that the medical device you purchased and thought was accurate, is probably not.
Manufacturers who’s devices are not validated are encouraged to contact us for further assistance.Therefore there is a high likelihood, that the medical device you purchased and thought was accurate, is probably not.
Consumers are cautioned against buying non-validated medical devices.