Contour Next Blood Glucose Monitor
Contour Next Blood Glucose Monitor
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About Contour®Next Blood Glucose Monitoring System

The Contour Next Blood Glucose Monitor allows individuals to get an accurate reading of blood sugar levels necessary for the effective control of diabetes. Using a Contour Test Strip with a wide application area, this monitor has an easy-to-see display and provides a reading in up to 5-seconds.  The monitor allows you to reapply blood should you need to, ensuring accuracy and minimizing misreads. The No coding feature eliminates user error and the simple on-screen instructions can be programmed in up to 12 languages, helping to guide the monitoring process. The unit is ready to use right out of the box with no assembly required.


  • Easy to use display
  • Warranty Card and Instructions Included
  • No Coding Technology
  • Minimal Blood Sample Required
  • Programable up to 12 languages
  • Reading in up to 5 seconds
  • Made by Bayer – Leading manufacturer of diabetic supplies
  • Single Patient Use only
  • For use with Finger and Palm only
  • Target Ranges Can Be Programmed
  • Uses Contour Test Strips
  • Control System Included
  • Time Display on Screen
  • Compatible with Contour Diabetes App on smartphone or computer
  • Highest rate of accurate readings as compared to other monitors


There are two ways you can set up your CONTOUR NEXT ONE meter: on the meter itself, or by using the CONTOUR DIABETES app. (Available on Play Store or App Store on Apple Products). For help with the initial setup from the meter itself, please see the User Guide included with the meter.

To set up your meter from the app, download the CONTOUR DIABETES app, open the app, tap ‘Get Started’, and follow the simple instructions. This will set up the meter and app at the same time.

The Monitor is designed to use CONTOUR TEST STRIPS only.  Available in bottles of 25, 50, and 100.

The battery cover is located on the back of the meter. Press firmly on the battery cover and slide in the direction of the arrow. Please note: (Delaying more than 5 minutes to replace batteries after taking the old ones out will require you to reset the date and time on the monitor. All settings and results from previous samplings will be saved.)

You can register your meter by calling 1-866-492-1980.

If the Contour Monitor displays an ‘E’ code, there are a variety of issues the monitor could be detecting.

E2 – indicates that there is not enough blood on the test strip.

E3 – the unit is sensing that the test strip has already been used.  Be sure to use a clean test strip with each sampling.

E7 – indicates that the wrong kind of strip has been inserted or the strip port on the monitor has been contaminated.

E9 or E12 or E13 – The monitor is having a software issue. Most internal issues can be resolved by turning the monitor off, waiting fifteen seconds, and then turning it back on. Insert a new stip and retest. If the problem persists, contact customer service.

Coverage of the items will depend on the type and limits of your insurance plan and coverages. For information on the specifics of your plan, please contact your insurance provider directly.

Monitoring blood sugar levels is one of the most important habits a person with diabetes can do to help prolong their life. Knowing what activities influence glucose levels; exercise, different types of food, and even medicine, can provide the necessary information to create a reasonable treatment plan with your doctor.

According to the American Diabetes Association, the goal is to keep blood sugars less than 180mg/dL, 1-2 hours after the start of a meal, when most people’s glucose levels reach their peak. While blood sugar levels vary from person to person, your doctor can assist you to determine what is right for you.

For most individuals, a glucose reading under 70 mg/dL, is considered low blood sugar or hypoglycemia. When it is about 180 mg/dL, this is called high blood sugar or hyperglycemia.

Health complications can occur if blood sugars are not properly monitored. Diabetes is a serious disease that can lead to consequences for health and aging, primarily attacking the efficiency of internal organs.  If left untreated, there are increased risks for heart disease and organ failure eventually leading to death.