Conversion factors SI Units

SI (le Système International d'Unités) units are used in many countries to express clinical laboratory and serum drug concentration data. Instead of employing units of mass (such as micrograms), the SI system uses moles (mol) to represent the amount of a substance. A molar solution contains 1 mole (the molecular weight of the substance in grams) of the solute in 1 L of solution. The following formula is used to convert units of mass to moles (mcg/mL to |imol/L or, by substitution of terms, mg/ mL to mmol/L or ng/mL to nmol/L).

Micromoles per Liter

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