Nissha GSI has been a leading manufacturer of printed diabetes test strips for years where we printed over 1.5 billion test strips per year for one of the leading medical device companies in the world. Nissha GSI supported this tremendous demand by building a dedicated printing line that ran 24/7.
Historically, diabetics have monitored their blood glucose by using disposable sensors; following a finger prick, a drop of blood is placed onto a glucose test strip, which is inserted into a reader to provide the result. Alternative options have been developed to enable continuous glucose monitoring. These involve devices that are typically worn on the skin, using a sensor on a small needle to test glucose, however challenges still remain with continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) with the ultimate aim of providing the best experience for diabetics. Nissha GSI has very deep experience printing various medical sensors and electrodes and are prepared to work with you for your specific application.
We have the knowledge and equipment to help you at every stage of manufacturing, from prototypes all the way to global-scale production following IQ/OQ/PQ protocols and ISO 13485 requirements. In many cases, we can even improve your time to market.
Nissha GSI has long-standing relationships with key material, technology, and equipment suppliers, enabling us to give you consistent quality at competitive prices.
We have produced billions of diagnostic test strips annually since entering this market. We’re pleased to put our knowledge and experience to work for you.
With manual sheet-fed, automatic sheet-fed, and web roll-to-roll presses in-house, Nissha GSI can tailor the size of each run to the opportunity or substrate used and easily scale when demand rises. Many manufacturing lines utilize 100% electrical testing for continuous process control and continuous vision systems for defect detection.
Products are produced every day based on a large variety of substrates and conductive materials. Polymer film and paper substrates are quite common. A broad choice of ink systems are available depending on desired functionality; systems include silver, silver chloride, gold, carbon, platinized carbon, nickel, zinc, bismuth, tungsten, graphene, and various unique nanoparticle materials.