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it depends on the concentration of the medication... in mg/ml... you can convert mg/ml to mg/cc as 1 ml = 1 cc. If your medication is at a concentration of 10 mg/ml, then you have 10 mg in 1 cc. You can calculate 1 mg in 0,1 cc.

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1 cc cannot be easily converted to a mg because a cc is a measurement of volume while a mg is a measurement of weight. The conversion would vary depending on the type of substance being measured.

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If I have been subscribed to 50 mg of medication and convert that to cc, my answer would be 5 cc

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That would depend on how many mg's are in 1 cc. 2 ml is equal to 2 cc if that is what you meant to ask

This is not a proper conversion. Cubic centimeters (cc) is a measure of volume. Grams (g), kilograms (kg) and milligrams (mg) are measures of weight or mass.

500mg is 1/2 gm mg can't be used in measurement of m.l. or cc

CC, meaning cubic centimeters, or cm3 can not be converted to milligrams, as milligrams are a unit of weight, without a conversion factor. You see, 1 cc of gold is more milligrams than 1 cc of cotton, or 1 cc of air in weight. Therefore, unless you know what substance you are converting from cc to mg, you can not do a conversion from size to weight.

1 millilitre is 1 cubic centremetre if that helps.

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it depends on the concentration of the medication... in mg/ml... you can convert mg/ml to mg/cc as 1 ml = 1 cc. If your medication is at a concentration of 10 mg/ml, then you have 10 mg in 1 cc. You can calculate 1 mg in 0,1 cc.

We need to know the concentration of how many mg per ml.

That would depend on how many mg's are in 1 cc. 2 ml is equal to 2 cc if that is what you meant to ask

1 mL = 1 cc, so however many mL of the medication you are supposed to take is the same number as the number of cc's.

It depends on the medication. 1cc=1mL of liquid. So depending on how many mg are in 1 mL of the vial, that's how many mg are in it. Medications are prescribed as so many mg and whoever draws the medication (nurse, CNA) has to convert the prescription (in mg) to mL of the vial of medication. Hope this helps

This is not a proper conversion. Cubic centimeters (cc) is a measure of volume. Grams (g), kilograms (kg) and milligrams (mg) are measures of weight or mass.

cc = ml if you assume that density is 1 g / ml, you assume a gram is a millilitre then 300 mg / ml = 300,000 mg per kilogram

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500mg is 1/2 gm mg can't be used in measurement of m.l. or cc

500 mg = .5 of a gram so 1000 mg = 1 gram

This is not a valid conversion. Cubic centimeters (cc) is a measure of volume. Grams (g), kilograms (kg) and milligrams (mg) are measures of weight or mass.

The strength of Morphine depends on the concentration of the drug. If 6 mg Morphine is the prescribed strength, a little over 1/2 a cc of Morphine 10 mg needs to be administered. Morphine is supplied in 5 mg/ml and 10 mg/ml ampules. CW: For water, a cc is (just about) a mg. For stuff dissolved in water, a cc is about a mg. For Hg, doesn't hold.