Q: What is 1.6 mg into ml?

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You have to give 3 times 5 mg = 15 mg therefore you have to give 3 times 2 ml = 6 ml (15 mg = 6 ml of whatever that bottle contains).

This cannot be sensibly answered. A milliliter (mL or ml) is a measure of volume, mg is a measure of weight or mass.

It looks like the 3.5 ml may be extraneous information. If 1 ml yields 250 mg, then you need 400/250 = 1.6 ml, to get 400 mg.

Does not convert; milligrams (mg) and grams (g) are measures of weight or mass and mL (milliliters) is a measure of volume.

Of WHAT? ml is volume mg is weight so.... You need to know of WHAT to count it.

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Accordingly, 1 ml = 1/7.5 mg = 0.133 mg

To calculate this, we can use the formula: Amount (g) = Concentration (mg/mL) x Volume (mL). Given that 1.5 g is equivalent to 1500 mg, and assuming that the concentration of Rocephin is 50 mg/mL, we can rearrange the formula to solve for volume: Volume (mL) = Amount (mg) / Concentration (mg/mL) = 1500 mg / 50 mg/mL = 30 mL. Therefore, 30 mL of a 50 mg/mL Rocephin solution is equivalent to 1.5 g.

You should calculate this way : 75 mg = 1 ml 45 mg = ? ml ( 45 mg x 1ml ) / 75 mg = 0,6 ml

To administer 2 g in 150 ml over a specific time period, you need to find the concentration in mg per ml. First, convert 2 g to mg (2000 mg). Then, divide the total amount (2000 mg) by the total volume (150 ml) to find the concentration: 2000 mg / 150 ml = 13.33 mg/ml. This is the concentration you need to administer per minute.

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You can not convert mg (weight) to volume (ml).