CC and MG are the same thing.
cc and mg are the same so it would be the same amount
A cc and mL are the same.
3 CC = HOW MANY MG
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.
No. 1 mL is.
There is no equivalent for cc to mg. cc is cubic centimeters. mg is milligrams (a measure of weight) However, a cc is equivalent to an ml milliliter
one mg = one cc
depends on what you are weighing. 5 mg of waters is the same volume as 5 mg of mercury.
The 50 mg is the dose for whatever you are taking. Whatever you are taking should say or you should know what the dose is for example 25 mg/ml therefore you would have to take two ml or 2 cc, if it was 100 mg/ml you would have to take 1/2 ml or cc. ml and cc are the same but mg is what the dose is.
You are comparing apples and oranges. mg is a mass, cc is a volume. In order to answer your question, you would need to either know the substance or the density of the substance. For example, 50 mg of a dense liquid would take up less volume than 50 mg of a less-dense liquid. One cc of water weighs 1.0 gram (the same as 1,000 milligrams), so 50 mg (of water) is equivalent to 0.05 cc. The algebraic formula would be: 1 cc/1000 mg = x cc/50 mg; and x = 0.05.
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
Material density is missing. If it is 1 gm/cc, then 10 mg equals 0.01 cc
Depends on the substance. Imagine a cc of liquid mercury which is very heavy and a cc or water. The number of mg in each cc is quite different.
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.
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
Maybe you are asking about ml instead of mg. 1cc = 1 ml Otherwise you need to know the density of the substance expressed in mg/cc.
there is none. mg is a measure of weight, cc a measure of volume. however, one cc is equal to one mL
It depends on the substance. Mass (mg) and volume (cc) are different things and use different units.
The conversion between mg and cc are given .On finding the relation we get as follows . 1 cc =1000 mg. so, 10 mg =0.01 mg . 0.01 cc in 10 mg of morphine.
Mg is a term of weight, whereas cc is volume, so it depends on what the substance is and the density. 0.5mg of lead is less cc than 0.5mg of feathers.
no you can't