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Is 10 ml and 10 cc the same?
These are the same measurement; there is no difference in volume. The primary difference is that milliliters are used for fluid amounts while cubic centimeters are used for solids.
How many ml are in a CC?
In other words, one milliliter (1 ml) is equal to one cubic centimeter (1 cc). This is a three-tenths milliliter syringe. It may be called a “0.3 ml” syringe or “0.3 cc” syringe.
How many milligrams is 10 cc?
Cubic Centimeters to Milligrams metric conversion table
|Cubic Centimeters to Milligrams metric conversion table|
|0.01 cm3 = 10 mg||0.1 cm3 = 100 mg||10.1 cm3 = 10100 mg|
|0.02 cm3 = 20 mg||0.2 cm3 = 200 mg||10.2 cm3 = 10200 mg|
|0.03 cm3 = 30 mg||0.3 cm3 = 300 mg||10.3 cm3 = 10300 mg|
|0.04 cm3 = 40 mg||0.4 cm3 = 400 mg||10.4 cm3 = 10400 mg|
What is 5 cc on a syringe?
One cubic centimeter (cc) is equivalent to one millimeter (mL). Therefore 5mL is the same as 5cc. Also depending on the age of your child, if a spoon is easier, 5mL is also equal to one teaspoonful. If you go this route, just know that it is very important to use a designated measuring spoon.
How do you convert CCS to milliliters?
To convert a cubic centimeter measurement to a milliliter measurement, divide the volume by the conversion ratio. The volume in milliliters is equal to the cubic centimeters divided by 1.
How do you convert mL to cc in a syringe?
One milliliter (1 ml) is equivalent to one cubic centimeter (1 cc)**. This is a three tenths of a milliliter syringe. In other words, one ml (1 ml) equals one cubic centimeter (1 cc).
Is 1 mm the same as 1 cc?
One cubic centimeter (cc) is equivalent to one millimeter (mL).
How many cc is a MG?
There is no mg conversion, so no matter how may cc’s you use it’s just still a 1% solution. IV and IM drugs come in mg’s per cc. Example: Kenalog comes in 20mg per cc and also 40mg per cc. Hope this helps.
What is 10 units on a syringe?
You may need multiple syringes if you give different doses per day. For example, 35 units in the morning and 10 units at night means you need a 0.3-mL syringe and a 0.5-mL syringe for each dose. Syringes also allow more flexibility if doses need to be adjusted daily based on your blood sugar levels.
What is a 3/10 syringe?
3/10ml syringe, also called a 0.3ml syringe. 1/2ml syringe, also called a 0.5ml syringe. 1.0ml syringe.