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CONTOUR® NEXT EZ from Bayer helps your patients test with ease, accuracy
and confidence.

Product Features

  • Easy to use — ready to test right out of the box
  • Easy to test — Second-ChanceTM Sampling allows patients to apply more blood to help prevent wasted test strips
  • Easy to achieve accurate results — Meets ISO 15197:2003 accuracy criteria1,2
  • Insert the test strip and test your blood glucose level — it's that simple
  • Easy-to-read display
  • MULTIPULSE accuracy technology from Bayer ensures accurate glucose measurements, even when blood glucose levels are low. Accuracy is not affected by many common interfering substances*
  • No CodingTM technology eliminates errors due to user miscoding
  • Sip-In® Sampling helps patients get the right amount of blood on their first try
  • Identify trouble spots with personalized HI/LO target range and summary of blood glucose test results
  • More tracking knowledge with 7-, 14- and 30-day averages of blood glucose levels

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How to Use

Get the most out of your meter by viewing the product demo or for more detailed information, download the user guide.

CONTOUR® NEXT EZ Product Demonstration
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Download the CONTOUR® NEXT EZ User Guide
English User Guide     Spanish User Guide

Download the CONTOUR® NEXT EZ Quick Guide
English Quick Guide     Spanish Quick Guide

International Organization for Standardization
*Please refer to the CONTOUR® NEXT blood glucose Test Strip package insert

References:1. Harrison B, Dunne N. Accuracy and precision evaluation of the CONTOUR® NEXT blood glucose monitoring system. Poster presented at: 12th Annual Meeting of Diabetes Technology Society (DTS); November 8-12, 2012; Bethesda, Maryland. 2. International Organization for Standardization. In vitro diagnostic test systems—requirements for blood-glucose monitoring systems for self-testing in managing diabetes mellitus. Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Standardization; 2003.