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IU stands for Internation Unit, which is a unit of measurement. However it is based on the affect not a actual measurement. It is commonly used in pharmacy for some medication, vaccines, vitamins and hormones. The amount of the IU is regulated by an internation agreement for each substance. It is monitored by the Committee on Biological Standardization of the World Health Organization. The thing to remember is that 1 IU of vitamin B is not going to be the same as 1 IU of vitamin E.
I am an RN. 5 ccs is one TEAspoon, therefore 4 ccs is just a drop or two less than one TEAspoon.
You cannot make a direct conversion of insulin IU to ml. It depends on the concentration of insulin in the vial you are using. One commonly used concentration is 100 IU/ml, (sometimes called "U100") but this is NOT true for all insulin. If the concentration is 100 IU/ml, then each ml contains 100 IU and the conversion is 100 units = 1 ml.
The value is different for different vitamins or drugs; please specify the name.
That is 14.11 tablespoons.
200 iu calcium to mg
Adults (ages 19-50) 200 IU Adults (ages 51-70) 400 IU Adults (71 and older) 600 IU Pregnancy or breastfeeding 200 IU
IU (international units) is based on the effect of a substance, not on its mass. The amount of mass for one IU varies from one substance to another.
180 rounded to the nearest 100 is 200
how many iu equal ml
A single titre value of above 200 iu ml is considered raised
1,000 IU = 25ug