CONTOUR® NEXT USB Meter
Bayer’s CONTOUR® NEXT USB meter can help you organise your diabetes information to see the complete picture.
Option to log carbohydrates and
test memory - store up to 3 months of your results and view trends,
which is suitable if you need to maintain a record for the DVLA/DVA+
coloured display and illuminated test strip port make it easy to test in
poor lighting or at night
into any computer to transform your results into easy-to-understand
charts and tables to make spotting trends and patterns easy
CONTOUR® NEXT USB uses CONTOUR® NEXT test strips for remarkable accuracy
beyond ISO 15197:2013 requirements1-3.
sampling tells you when to apply more blood if the first sample was not
Coding technology removes the need to manually code the meter before
testing, eliminating errors due to miscoding
you choose to use the CONTOUR® NEXT USB meter with your home computer, please
be aware of the following system requirements:
XP Service Pack 3
Vista Service Pack 2
1.6.0_17 or higher
10.5.7 - 10.5.8 (Leopard)
10.6.2 – 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard)
10.7. x (Lion)
10.8.x (Mountain Lion)
NEXT USB Blood Glucose Meter
CONTOUR® NEXT Test Strips
2 Lancing Device
Guide and Quick Reference Guide
meter is designed for use in the United Kingdom. This meter has been preset
and locked to display blood glucose results in mmol/L. If you live outside of
the United Kingdom, you may be used to seeing results in mg/dL. Please check
with your healthcare professional before purchasing this meter.
Organization for Standardization. ISO 15197:2013: In vitro diagnostic test
systems – requirements for blood glucose monitoring systems for self-testing
in managing diabetes mellitus. Second edition. Geneva, Switzerland: 2013. 2.
Harrison, B. et al. Poster presented at the 6th International Conference on
Advanced Technologies and Treatments for Diabetes. Paris, France, 27 February
– 2 March, 2013. 3. CONTOUR® NEXT LINK, Data on File. Bayer HealthCare.
+The large memory
makes CONTOUR® NEXT USB ideal for drivers and others who need a longer term
view of their control to share with the DVLA: Driving and Vehicle Licensing Agency (covers England, Wales and Scotland).DVA:
Driver and Vehicle Agency (covers Northern Ireland)