The amount of water in a medicine dropper depends on the size of the dropper and how full it is. Typically a medicine dropper will hole one-half to one milliliter. The dropper should have markings on it so that you can measure a specific amount within that range.
depends on the size (3", 4", etc.) a 3" medicine dropper is around 1 mL
FYI : 1 ml = 1 cc
If you have a 15cc medicine dropper, it is a 15ml medicine dropper.
We don't know how many lines there are on the dropper all together. 1 cc is the same as 1 mL. So 1 cc is 1/3rd of the full 3-mL dropper.
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There would be 4 drops per dose.
Yes. The eye droppers measure mL which is volume
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It would be difficult to accurately measure 1 ml if the medicine bottle does not come with a dropper or medicine cup. One teaspoon is 5 ml so if you have a 1/4 tsp measuring spoon, this would be close at 1.25 ml.
It depends on the eye dropper, to find out how much your specific eyedropper holds count the number of times it takes to empty a 100ml beaker using it. Divide the amount of water in the beaker by the number of times it took to empty it and you will have a rough approximation of how many mL your eye dropper will hold. A standard small bottle with dropper - one suck which fills the dropper to about 2/3 of its height should be 1 ml.
A teaspoon holds 'about' 5 ml, so the spoon would need to be 1/5 full - but, for such a small amount of medicine it would be safer to use a pippette (dropper) where you would be able to measure 1 ml more accurately.
30 drops per ml 14.7 ml per oz. So 30 x 14.7. you do the math. Sorry to disagree. There are 14.7 ml in a tablespoon, but approximately 30 in an ounce (29.57 to be a little more accurate). The number of drops in an ounce would also depend on what size dropper you have. In medicine, if using an IV set, it is calibrated in 10, 15, 20 or 60 drops per ml. If you are using an eye dropper, the number of drops would be determined by the opening size in the dropper. So, that number can vary greatly from around 150 to close to 2000.
measurementsIf the dropper is measured in cc, 1cc is equivalent to 1ml- 25cc