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  • Converting 150 mg/kg to ml/cc

    I trying to convert some meds from mg/kg to ml/cc. Can anyone help me out?
    Thanks so much,
    Karen

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    Re: Converting 150 mg/kg to ml/cc

    Originally posted by barker109
    I trying to convert some meds from mg/kg to ml/cc. Can anyone help me out?
    Thanks so much,
    Karen
    Hi Karen, could you give more information about what you actually have and why you are trying to convert it?

    mL = cubic centermeters.

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      Re: Converting 150 mg/kg to ml/cc

      I'm trying to get the proper dosage of flagyl to dose a bearded dragon.
      I use to have the conversion but can't find it.
      Thanks for your response.
      Karen

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      • #4
        Re: Converting 150 mg/kg to ml/cc

        That should mean you have to multiply the bearded dragon's mass in kg by 150 for the overall amount, in mg, of whatever it is that's to be administered (of which we'd need the density to convert from mg to mL).

        You might be better off consulting someone who deals with this sort of thing professionally.

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        • #5
          Re: Converting 150 mg/kg to ml/cc

          Oh, the density would be 250 mg/5ml. Does that sound right. I can have my husband check with the local vet but now I'm curious.
          Thanks so much!
          Karen

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            Re: Converting 150 mg/kg to ml/cc

            please convert 150 milligrams to mililitters

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              Re: Converting 150 mg/kg to ml/cc

              I'm trying to find out if .95 ml of kelp is too much I have some 00 size capsules. 150 mcg is a normal dosage. Any help please

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