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converting mg (liquid form) to ml (liquid form)
by rainday on 09/13/05 at 11:22:27

Does anyone know what the amount of ml would be if you had to calculate 2 mg to ml. (To be drawn up in a 1ml syringe). The amount of medication at hand is 2mg/ml ampule. What is 2mg = to in ml if the amount is both in a liquid form and the syringe to be used is a 1 ml syringe?


Re: converting mg (liquid form) to ml (liquid form
by Robert Fogt on 09/15/05 at 00:54:34

Every substance will have a different weight to volume conversion factor.

Water, for instance, has a density of 1 gram per milliliter.

Now I wasn't exactly sure of what you are asking, but it appears the medication is labeled 2 mg/ml??  If that is the case then 2 mg = 1 ml


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