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Watch Max Domi light it up with the new CONTOUR® NEXT ONE.
An accurate reading is as easy as RED, YELLOW and GREEN
The new smartLIGHT feature is a brilliant way to get a fast and accurate reading. With one flash of the coloured light, you'll know whether you're within, above, or below your target range.
Second-Chance® Sampling is one more way we help you be remarkable.
Second-Chance® Sampling is one more way we help you be remarkable. Second-Chance® Sampling lets you apply more blood to the same strip, within 60 seconds, if you didn’t get enough the first time. Now you can prevent wasted strips without compromising accuracy.
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 One meter results go beyond the minimum industry accuracy standards.1 Contour® Next One is the most accurate system developed by Ascensia Diabetes Care shown to deliver remarkable accuracy, with 95% of results coming within +/-8.4%*2 of a laboratory reading. And a more accurate reading can help you make even better insulin dosing decisions.3 * +/- 8.4% applies to laboratory reference values for glucose concentrations <5.55 mmol/L or ≥ 5.55 mmol/L, respectively, when tested via subject obtained capillary fingertip results (patients). 1Current regulations 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 <5.55 mmol/L and within ±15% for blood glucose concentrations ≥5.55 mmol/L. 2Christiansen M et al. Accuracy and user performance evaluation of a new blood glucose monitoring system in development for use with CONTOUR® NEXT test strips. Poster presented at the 15th Annual Meeting of the Diabetes Technology Society (DTS); 22–24 October, 2015; Bethesda, Maryland, USA. 3AADE position statement 2010.
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