StatStrip® Published Evaluations

Most accurate glucose strip performance – as proven in over 70 publications

Over 70 published hospital studies throughout the world have proven that Nova’s StatStrip glucose sensor technology dramatically improves accuracy by eliminating hematocrit and other interferences. These studies have been conducted at some of the most prestigious hospitals and diabetes centers in the world including the Mayo Clinic; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre; Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals, United Kingdom; WEQAS and University Hospital, Wales; and Isala Klinieken, Netherlands.

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Evaluation of a Point-Of-Care (POC) Glucose Meter Suitable for Use in Complex Tertiary Care Facilities. -Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada

POC glucose meters are commonly used in TCF, despite some known limitations and concerns....Download

Point-of-care glucose monitoring on the neonatal unit. -Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Sheffield, UK.

This study aims to compare the accuracy and precision of the Nova StatStrip glucometer against the Radiometer ABL gas analyser. Based on the results,to establish if the Nova StatStrip glucometer could be adopted as a reliable alternative for near- patient glucose monitoring on the neonatal unit....Download

Evaluation of the Analytical Specificity and Clinical Application of a New Generation Hospital-based Glucose Meter in a Dialysis Setting. -Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals, Cambridge, UK.

The use of hospital glucose meters is widely established; however, there liability of glucose meters can vary according to the type of patient group tested....Download

Performance of the StatStrip glucose hospital meter in patients with diabetic nephropathy. Merkur Clinical Hospital, Zagreb, Croatia.

Rapid and accurate monitoring of blood glucose levels in diabetic patients is important in managing glycemic control. Blood glucose meters developed for self-monitoring of diabetic patients are commonly used for glucose measurements in hospitalised patients too. However, recent studies have highlighted that the accuracy of many of these commonly used glucose meters can be influenced by a variety of factors. ...Download