How to convert mmol/L to mg/dl or pg/mL (or viceversa) of different hormones

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Nelson Vergel

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Since we have members on this site that live outside the United States (where we use mg, pg, etc instead of mmol,micromoles, etc), we are providing a way to convert units so that blood work can make more sense to all members regarless of country. The coversion factors depend on the compound (molecular weights differ).

Find below a chemical conversion table containing chemical compounds with factors for conversion from conventional to SI units as well as a calculator for conversions of all listed chemicals and substances. The calculation refers to the units indicated in the table. No responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information.

http://www.soc-bdr.org/rds/authors/...ionaries/conversion_in_si_units/index_en.html


Here is a pretty cool slide rule to compare units:
https://www.nebido.com/tools/index.php/en/default/index/conversion-tool

Another great calculator for any hormone

http://www.menshormonalhealth.com/hormone-unit-conversion-calculator.html
 
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