1 unit blood = 500cc = 8-10 pints The above answer is partially correct; however, 500cs is one pint not 8-10 pints 1 unit of whole blood is approximately 500cc or ~ 1 pint A pint=16 fluid oz in the US or approximately 480 cc (usually rounded to 500 cc) 8-10 pints would = 4000-5000 ml or 8-10 units of blood
All insulin syringes in the United States are for U-100 insulin, meaning that each cubic centimeter (cc) or milliliter (ml) of insulin contains 100 units of insulin. All of these syringes have an orange cap.
A "cc" is an abbreviation for cubic centimeter and is a unit of volume; one "cc" is equivalent to one milliliter (mL). I assume by "units" you mean International Units (IU). The number of IUs in a cc depends on the substance you are investigating.
No a ml is close to cc in general medical use
1 cc = 1 cm3 = 1 mL
1cc of water is 1 gram.
The units are incompatible.
It depends on the substance. Mass (mg) and volume (cc) are different things and use different units.
Those units are synonymous. 1 cubic centimeter = 1 milliliter.
A cubic centimeter(cc) is equal to a milliliter(mL). Both are units that equal 1/1000 of a liter. A cubic centimeter(cc) is equal to a milliliter(mL). Both are units that equal 1/1000 of a liter.
Ten units is 1/10 of a CC.
1,000 cc - A cc (cubic centimeter) and a mL (milliliter) are equal to each other in terms of volume.
what would 20 units be equal to in a 1 cc tuberculin
There are 100 units per Milliliter. So if you have a bottle of medicine that is 1500units, this bottle will be 15 milliliters.
There are 100 units in a CC. 1 CC = 1 mL So, 5 units is 5/100 (1/20, .05) of a CC.