I've looked around and seen a number of things, I even used the peptide calculator, but it kept telling me I had different numbers on the spike then what I had, ie. said I had 50 tick marks but I have 100.
So my question is
5mg in 2ml bac would make 5000mcg/2=2500mcg/ml /10=250mcg per 10 units, or first large line
2mg in 2ml bac would make 2000mcg/2=1000mcg/ml /10=100mcg per 10 units, or first large line.
Look right guys? Thanks in advance.
If you're using a 1cc Insulin Syringe then you only have 50 tick marks. Each tick mark equals 2ui's for 100 units
(2mg) - mix with 2ml BW, tick mark #5 = 100mcg dose
(5mg) - mix with 2ml BW, tick mark #2 = 100mcg dose
I counted 100, 9 little dashes then the 10, 9 little dashes then the 20, all the way to 10. Am I just misunderstanding what you are saying and this is the same? So tick mark 5 is before the 10?
yea its 1cc