Q: Is 1cc 1.0 or 0.1 on a medication syringe?

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cc is the volume unit. 1 cc = 1 milliliter

It is the (-2) power.

.01 * 103 = 10

.10 is larger than .01

A. 2 g

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It will be impossible to give .09 ml accurately in a 100 cc syringe! You need a 1cc syringe, not 100. But if you're in the medical field, you should know this... Source: Former veterinary nurse 10 years

2.5ml if available, otherwise smallest size above this.

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In a 1 mL insulin syringe, the markings typically represent units of insulin, not milliliters. The number of units you would draw up in a 1 mL insulin syringe depends on the concentration of the insulin you are using. Common insulin concentrations are 100 units/mL and 50 units/mL. If you are using insulin with a concentration of 100 units/mL and you want to draw up a certain number of units, you simply draw up that number of units on the syringe. For example, if you want to draw up 10 units of insulin, you would fill the syringe to the 10 unit mark on the syringe. If you are using insulin with a concentration of 50 units/mL, then each unit on the syringe represents 2 units of insulin. So, to draw up 10 units of insulin in this case, you would fill the syringe to the 5 unit mark. Always make sure to use the correct insulin concentration and syringe to accurately measure and administer your insulin dose. If you are unsure about the concentration or how to use the syringe, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional or pharmacist for guidance.

The 18 or 16 size needle can be used in most cases. The 50 ml syringe should do. Small cysts can be drained by using 10 ml syringe.

my guess is that a 3/10 cc syringe means .3 of a cc. So you have to fill up the syringe three times plus one more time up to the 10 line. I would check this with a doctor however since if I am wrong you could be giving the wrong dosage

1cc (cubic centimeter) and 1mL (milliliter) are the same volume. So, 10ml = 10cc

No 0.4 ccl would be 4/10 of 1ccl, if that's what your asking

cc is the volume unit. 1 cc = 1 milliliter

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No, 01 (which is one) is not greater than 10. And .01 is not greater than 10, either.

It is the (-2) power.