I would need to know how many mg per ml to answer that. When the patient takes the 500mg how many mls is the dose? It doesnt matter how many mg the patient takes unless you know how many mg there are per ml. For example: If the patient takes a teaspoon to equal the 500mg dose, A teaspoon is 5 ml so there would be 20 doses in 100ml. Does that make sense? I would have to know how many ml the 500mg dose is to answer this question.
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