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Old 05-03-2006, 03:33 PM
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I need to know how many mg are in 2 fl ounces( its a gel like liquid) or in 57 mL. if anyone can help please do. Thanks
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Hi, can you please let us know two things.

1. What is the gel substance?

2. What component of it are you interested in?

As much information as possible would be great, even brand names etc.
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My cat needs 1ml of liquid antibiotics. The dropper is labeled 12.5mg and 25mg
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Old 09-16-2006, 11:23 AM
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That is not enough information to help you.

You should note the type of medicine, and contact your vet or the manufacturer and find out for sure.
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I need to know to convert 25mg to ml
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Old 03-19-2007, 05:45 PM
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I need to know if simeticona 200mg is the same as Factor AG Forte 10ml
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can any one tell me what 141ml of zolpidem is when you convert it to mg?
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Old 07-23-2007, 07:29 PM
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can any one tell me what 141ml of zolpidem is when you convert it to mg?
Try using Robie Metric Units

1 Robiespoon = 10 grams = 10 ml = 10cc (Based on water)
1 gram = 1 ml = 1cc
Thus, 141 grams = 141ml = 141cc
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Old 07-23-2007, 07:37 PM
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That is not enough information to help you.

You should note the type of medicine, and contact your vet or the manufacturer and find out for sure.
Always the correct answer when dealing with medication, Robert.

However, Using Robie Metric units

1 Robie spoon = 10ml = 10grams = 10cc (Based on water)
1ml = 1gram = 1cc
Please check out my Robie metric unit threads, I have been having a lot of fun helping.
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Old 09-01-2007, 06:15 PM
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My vet gave me oral antibiotics for my cat and told me to draw 25mg out of the vial using a dropper. The dropper never works very well and I end up having to attempt to squirt it in my cat's mouth 3-4 times before it all comes out of the dropper, therefore I wanted to use my syringe that was labeled with ml. Since I suck at math, I just drew 25mg out of the vial using the dropper and squirted all of it into a narrow shot glass, and I then drew the 25mg out of the shot glass and into the ml syringe. It was slightly over 1ml. This way I can shoot all the antibiotic into my cat's mouth on the first try and she doesn't try to scratch the daylights out of me or bite me. Not very scientific, but it works great for me.
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