Its the metric system. 1mL=1000mg milliliter, milligram
No! They are completely different. ml is as volume measurement, mg is the amount of the drug in the tablet/mixture.
No,different units of measure are never the same
if this is a serious question then this is a possible answer ml is millilitre (volume) mg is milligram ( weight ) so a ml of something might be more than a mg less than a mg or equal to a mg you can only compare them if you use a specific substance
0.4 mg to ml
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This cannot be sensibly answered. A milliliter (mL or ml) is a measure of volume, mg is a measure of weight or mass.
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.
Accordingly, 1 ml = 1/7.5 mg = 0.133 mg
You should calculate this way : 75 mg = 1 ml 45 mg = ? ml ( 45 mg x 1ml ) / 75 mg = 0,6 ml
1g = 1000 mg → 2 g = 2 × 1000 mg = 2000 mg → 2 g in 150 ml = 2000 mg per 150 ml = 2000 ÷ 150 mg per 150 ÷ 150 ml = 13 1/3 mg per ml
You can not convert mg (weight) to volume (ml).
84 mg/ml, or 1680 mg/20 ml