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If you’ve been looking for a way to contribute to our community, this is it! By following a few simple steps, $15 will be donated to Diabetes Canada on your behalf. All you need to do is register your CONTOUR®NEXT ONE or CONTOUR®NEXT meter.*

How? Registering your blood glucose meter is quick and simple: just follow a few steps. Once you receive your new meter, go to the Contour® Care community and enter your information. Make sure you have your meter and this promo code handy: DIABETESCAN. Once all the fields are complete, click “Register Meter.”

That’s it! Once you’ve registered, your donation is made.

By registering, you’re not only making a donation, but you’re also joining the Contour® Care community. This is a free, customer support program created to help you better manage your diabetes—because we know it’s not always easy.

If you don’t already have a CONTOUR®NEXT ONE, consider upgrading to this smart meter and app system. You can find a coupon for a free meter with the purchase of strips at

Here are a few of the key benefits of this easy-to-use system:

  • Highly accurate. The CONTOUR®NEXT ONE meter results go beyond the minimum Canadian industry standard for blood glucose meters1
  • The smartLIGHT feature: With one flash of coloured light, you know whether you’re within, above, or below your target range
  • Second-Chance® Sampling allows you to apply more blood within 60 seconds to an under-filled strip to reduce strip wastage without compromising accuracy
  • The CONTOUR®NEXT ONE smart meter integrates your blood glucose readings with an app, helping you easily see your patterns and trends and share your reports, for better self-management.

Please register your device today. We’re eager to give back to our diabetes community!


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 <5.55 mmoL/L and within ±15% for blood glucose concentrations ≥5.55 mmoL/L.

CONTOUR®NEXT ONE meter meets ±10% accuracy vs. laboratory method, specifically: 97.4% of results within ±10% for blood glucose concentrations ≥5.55 mmol/L, and 100% of results within ±0.56 mmol/L accuracy vs. laboratory method for blood glucose concentrations <5.55 mmol/L.

In a clinical study, conducted in accordance with the requirements of ISO 15197:2013, the CONTOUR®NEXT ONE not only met and exceeded the minimum requirements of the standard but an ad hoc analysis determined where 95% of results fell during the study, which was within ±0.47 mmol/L or ±8.4% of the laboratory reference value for glucose concentrations <5.55 mmoL/L or ≥ 5.55 mmoL/L, respectively, when tested via subject obtained capillary fingertip results (patients).  Christiansen M et al. J Diabetes Sci Technol   2017;11(3):567-573.


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*Offer valid until June 30, 2019. Limit one charity donation per person, while supplies last. Registration of a new CONTOUR®NEXT brand blood glucose monitoring system with valid serial number is required to qualify for this offer. Ascensia Diabetes Care Canada Inc. reserves the right to amend or terminate this offer at its sole discretion without notice. Void where prohibited by law or professional Codes of Conduct.

‡ Always consult your health-care professional before making blood glucose meter choices.

The opinions expressed in this article are those of the sponsor, and do not necessarily reflect those of Diabetes Canada.

Author: Ascensia

Category Tags: Healthy Living;

Region: National

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