how to convert umol/L to mg/Dl

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how to convert umol/L to mg/Dl

Postby heuer77 » Mon Oct 03, 2005 4:20 pm

Hi! How can I convert this medical unit of measurement? All I can see is the conversion from mg/Dl to mmol/L. This reading is for creatinine level. Many thanks.
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Re: how to convert umol/L to mg/Dl

Postby Ken Chevy » Tue Oct 04, 2005 11:43 am

heuer77 wrote:Hi! How can I convert this medical unit of measurement? All I can see is the conversion from mg/Dl to mmol/L. This reading is for creatinine level. Many thanks.


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Postby Ken Chevy » Tue Oct 04, 2005 11:51 am

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Postby heuer77 » Tue Oct 04, 2005 12:48 pm

Ken Chevy wrote:Use google, fast answers on most things, give it a try. Don't believe everything it finds, but it will usually bring up enough hits that you can read a few and see if several agree. EASY to use, look how easy it was to find YOUR answer:

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hi Ken!! t'was a great help of you my friend. a relief on my side since i was bothered that my kidney's into rejection after i learned and convert that figure. im a KT patient and need to know the level of toxicity though it's above the normal but for me it's just okay... my normal creatinine plays at the minimum of 1.3 and go high as 2.1. was worried because i've got a flu and fever for two days and might cause (and alarming for me) my kidney a negative effect. thank God.

i searched the same site before i post here but i wasn't that attentive to read the last part where in my query was answered there hahaha... to you ken, again, thanks..

from the philippines...... erwin aka heuer
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Re: how to convert umol/L to mg/Dl

Postby Guest » Tue Dec 06, 2005 10:38 pm

heuer77 wrote:Hi! How can I convert this medical unit of measurement? All I can see is the conversion from mg/Dl to mmol/L. This reading is for creatinine level. Many thanks.
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