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Old 03-24-2009, 06:57 AM
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I need help to convert ng/mL to nmol/L
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I need help to convert ng/mL to nmol/L
To convert between grams and moles, you need to specify the substance and its molar mass.

The milliliters to liters is easy. 1000 mL = 1 L
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hey jus multiply by 2.496 ....i mean ng/ml is the conventional factor to measure 25 hydroxy vitamin d and nmol/L is de SI unit and 2.496 is the conversion factor....to reverse it jus divide bye 2.496
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hey jus multiply by 2.496 ....i mean ng/ml is the conventional factor to measure 25 hydroxy vitamin d and nmol/L is de SI unit and 2.496 is the conversion factor....to reverse it jus divide bye 2.496
The conversion factor probably differs for every type of vitamin and drug. That wouldn't work for everything.
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5.000 ML TO LBS
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need to convert 5.7 nmol/lit is eqvivalent to how many ng/ml
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need to convert 5.7 nmol/lit is eqvivalent to how many ng/ml
To convert between grams and moles, you need to know the molar mass. That usually involves knowing the chemical formula of the substance and computing the molecular weight.
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My progestrone level is at 16.2 nmol/L...can someone tell me what the is in ng/ml?
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My progestrone level is at 16.2 nmol/L...can someone tell me what the is in ng/ml?
Source: http://jama.ama-assn.org/misc/auinst_si.dtl
Divide by 3.18, so 5.1 ng/mL
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hey jus multiply by 2.496 ....i mean ng/ml is the conventional factor to measure 25 hydroxy vitamin d and nmol/L is de SI unit and 2.496 is the conversion factor....to reverse it jus divide bye 2.496
so according to some, my optimal level of Vit d should be 175nmol and at present it is 94nmol and my gp says this is high enough. What are we to believe.
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