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Q: How many cc in 5 units of insulin?

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.5 cc That a half of 1 cc

30 cc's is equilivent to 6 teaspoons, because 5 cc's = 1 tsp

1 teaspoon is equal to 5ml or 5 cc. 1 tablespoon is equal to 3 teaspoons or 15 ml or 15 cc.

1000 cubic centimeters is a liter. 1cc is a milliliter .5cc is a half milliliter There are 5cc in a teaspoon. You are talking about a tenth of a teaspoon.

The run, combined with the rise (the distance in units up) creates the slope of a line. In the slope 5/3 , 5 is the rise and 3 is the run, meaning that to find the next point on the line you would first move up five units, then go to the right 3 units.

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.5 cc That a half of 1 cc

Yes! Insulin is measured in UNITS, not ml. For U-100 concentrated insulin (which is typical), 1 ml of insulin is 100 units. And a typical human dose of insulin is between 5 and 30 units, well under half a ml. If you're actually giving millilitres of insulin, you are using the wrong kind of syringe and will likely kill someone.

5 pens come per pack. Each pen contains 300 units of insulin (3 ml with 100 units per ml)

5 cc in a teaspoon

That is 5 cc

1 mL = 1 cc 5 mL = 5 cc

5 cc = about 1 US teaspoon.

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