WHICH? Continue to Disregard Correct Blood Pressure Monitor Validation In August 2017, Prof. Eoin O’Brien and Prof. George Stergio, two of the world’s most eminent experts and leaders in blood pressure and in blood pressure monitor validation published a critical...read more
Medaval has awarded the following Best Blood Pressure Monitors with a 5 Star Best Rating and are Certified Accurate by us. A Medaval Certified device is one that has been scrutinised from scratch 1) to ensure that a suitable protocol , meeting current...read more
Medaval Supports May Measurement Month, the global awareness campaign, let by the International Society of Hypertension and endorsed by the World Hypertension League. The No 1 contributing risk for global deaths is High Blood Pressure. 10 Million people...read more
The consumer side of the medical device industry has become a lottery. Like so many of the companies here which sell devices as the Best This or the Best That, or the Top this or the Top That etc, etc.. the search engine had a large part to play in...read more
Medaval has introduced for the very first time a scientific means of Star Rating Blood Pressure Monitors for accuracy. Why is it necessary to do so? To protect consumers from inaccurate devices. Comparison sites such as WHICH, Best Reviews, Consumer Reports etc and...read more
Devices Watermarked with this image, are a warning.
Medaval announces that where Blood Pressure Monitors that have no validation information found (marked in red in the device description, on this site), those devices are now watermarked with a question mark and a image from our logo.
This is to highlight that we cannot find any validation information for the device. This watermarking will be picked up by search engines over time, and will display this question watermarking across the image of the device from now on, indicating caution before making a purchase of the product.
We have been highlighting Non-Validated 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.
Manufacturers who’s devices are not validated are encouraged to contact us for further assistance.
Consumers are cautioned against buying non validated medical devices.