Looking for conversion of mL or cc's?? to pill form. Is that consistent with all liquid meds also then???
I don't have an answer for you, but I may be able to help you figure the answer out. You need to know how many ml = 1 mg of Hydrocodone. Hydrocodone is the opiate in Lortabs. Try looking on the label for this information.
You can also use google to find conversion charts for converting ml into mg, or visa versa. The problem is you still need to know the concentration of the liquid you have in your bottle. I have never seen a bottle of liquid Lortabs. I hope it has a label with info on it. Maybe it has the maker on a label? If so try putting that into google. Usually, if you ask the right question in google, worded correctly, you will find what you need to know. The Internet is a truly amazing thing. It is the most comprehensive collection of information man has ever created thus far. Hither to the Internet we had encyclopedias and libraries, which we still do. But I often think there is almost more info on the Web than in libraries. I mean there really isn't, considering all the books in a big library, but the info on the web is easier to get at, and you don't have to leave home to get it. I just hope you have a speedy Internet connection. I don't anymore. If I did, I would help you look up what I suggested you do in google. Any good search engine should do, I just like google. But your use your favorite search engine. Good Luck.
If you can't find a concentration number, then assume 1 ml = 1 mg and see if the answer makes sense or not.
Dubs... the bottle should say how many tsps to take. That tsp amount is equal to the 7.5 mg. Dosage.
For example if 1 tsp was the dosage... 1 tsp =5 cc (ml) so you would divide 473cc/5cc and you should have your equivalent dose. The answer in that amount would be 94.6 tabs. Equivalent.
I hope this helps...
- Lortab Information for Consumers
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- Side Effects of Lortab (detailed)
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