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    iam not sure i heard this right i heard someone overdosed on medication the Dr said on T.V it was 0.44 ml of methadone how many mgs would that be? i am confused.

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    Re: conversion

    Originally posted by gubment_cheez
    but I know that for water, 1 ml=1mg,
    NO! NO! NO! For water 1 mL = 1 g = 1000 mg
    For water, 1 mg = 1 L, which is about 1/50 of a drop (about the size of a fly poop).

    However, medicine is rarely 100% active ingredient. It is normally dispersed in a buffer solution for practical dosing. You HAVE to know the strength of the medicine in mg/mL which is normally somewhere on the bottle, package, or info slip.

    I have no idea the strength at which methadone is dispensed, and couldn't find any info.

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      Re: conversion

      70PSIG = ...................PSIA please helpme

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        Re: conversion

        Originally posted by SHANMUGAM View Post
        70PSIG = ...................PSIA please helpme
        Add local atmospheric pressure. This varies a bit with weather and altitude. At sea level, it averages 14.7 psi, so 84.7 psi.

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