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More than 70 years helping people manage diabetes.
Established in 2016 through the acquisition of Bayer Diabetes Care by Panasonic Healthcare Holdings, Ascensia Diabetes Care is a global company dedicated to improving the health and lives of people with diabetes. Already including the world-renowned CONTOUR® range of blood glucose monitoring systems, we are committed to adding more innovative and life-changing products to our portfolio.
Get FREE accessories, offers, and tools when you join the ContourCare Program.
ContourCare is a FREE customer support program designed exclusively for CONTOUR® meter users. The program is intended to help you get the most out of CONTOUR® diabetes products and services so that you can better manage your diabetes.
Fabio De Rango: Managing Hypoglycemia
Fabio is an experienced Pharmacist. Watch him explain the impacts of hypoglycemia and provide some strategies to help prevent it.
Go beyond the standard.
Canadian industry standards for blood glucose meters have an acceptable error range of 15%1 from lab readings. That means that readings on a meter can be 15% higher or lower, compared to the lab. CONTOUR® NEXT meter results go beyond the industry standards, by coming within 10% of a lab reading2. And a more accurate reading can help you make even better insulin dosing decisions3. 1 Current regulation based on Health Canada recognized ISO 15197:2013 standard requires results within ±15% range, specifically: ≥95% of results must fall within ±0.83 mmol/L for blood glucose concentrations <5.6 mmol/L and within ±15% for blood glucose concentrations ≥5.6 mmol/L. 2 CONTOUR® NEXT meter meets ±10% accuracy vs. laboratory method, specifically: 98.1% of results within ±10% for blood glucose concentrations ≥5.6 mmol/L, and 99.4% of results within ±0.56 mmol/L accuracy vs. laboratory method for blood glucose concentrations <5.6 mmol/L. 3 AADE position statement 2010.
Max Domi: The Importance Of A Team
See how Max's team, family and friends, play a role in his diabetes management.
Eleven million Canadians are living with diabetes or pre diabetes.