There are 100 units in a CC. 1 CC = 1 mL So, 5 units is 5/100 (1/20, .05) of a CC.
0.01 mg of insulin is equal to 1 unit of insulin
It depends on the type of insulin being used:
For 100U insulin, 1 unit = 1/100 or 0.01 cc.
For 40U insulin, 1 unit = 1/40 or 0.025 cc.
At the US standard of 100 units per ml, 1 unit of insulin is equal to .01 cc, so 2 cc of insulin equals 200 units of insulin.
There is 0.5cc in 50 units of U-100 insulin. "U-100" means 100 units is one ml/cc.
can also write as 1mL=100units, because 1cc=1mL
1 cc=100 units of Insulin so, 1 unit=0.01 cc Insulin
Ten units is 1/10 of a CC.
1 unit of alcohol = 10 ml = 10 cc → 1 cc = 1/10 or 0.1 units of alcohol.
It depends on the type of insulin being used: For 100U insulin, 1 unit = 1/100 or 0.01 cc. For 40U insulin, 1 unit = 1/40 or 0.025 cc.
This is not always the same! Most insulin sold for humans is concentrated at 100 units per ml (U100 insulin). But some insulin is not. In the case of U100 insulin, however, 1 cc equals 1ml equals 100 units so 40 units equals 0.4ml
1 unit blood = 500cc = 8-10 pints The above answer is partially correct; however, 500cs is one pint not 8-10 pints 1 unit of whole blood is approximately 500cc or ~ 1 pint A pint=16 fluid oz in the US or approximately 480 cc (usually rounded to 500 cc) 8-10 pints would = 4000-5000 ml or 8-10 units of blood
The standard insulin syringe is a total of 1 ml ( 1 cc), but if you are not sure ask someone who can tell you. Too much insulin can be fatal.
0.5ml = 1/2cc =50 units in an insulin syringe.
cc is the volume unit. 1 cc = 1 milliliter
cc is the same as ml. So 1ml equals 1cc. Insulin syringes are usually marked in units as well, so be sure it is ml you are seeing (and needing) and not units.