Free online mmol/L to mg/dL calculator – Simply enter the value in mmol/L or mg/dL and get results instantly- formula used for glucose:- mg/dL = 18 * mmol/L
mmol/L ⇔ mg/dL
mmol/L to mg/dL formula
The formula to convert millimoles per liter (mmol/L) to milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) is:
mg/dL = mmol/L * CF
- mg/dL = milligrams per deciliter
- mmol/L = millimoles per liter
- CF = Conversion Factor
Formula for glucose mmol/l to mg/dl = mmol/l x 18
Here are some common conversion factors for a few substances:
Conversion factor – The conversion factor is the molecular weight of the substance divided by 10.
How to Calculate mmol/L to mg/dL?
To calculate millimoles per liter (mmol/L) to milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), you need to use the conversion factor specific to the substance you are converting.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to calculate the conversion:
Step 1: Identify the molecular weight of the substance you are converting- for example molecular weight glucose = 180g/mol.
Step 2: Divide the molecular weight by 10 to get the conversion factor: Conversion factor for Glucose = 180 / 10 = 18
Step 3: Take the concentration value in mmol/L
Step 4: Apply the formula to calculate the concentration in mg/dL:
Concentration in mg/dL = mmol/L × 18
Example of mmol/l to mg/dl
Example – A glucose concentration of 6 mmol/L. then convert into mg/dl
Step 1: Molecular Weight (glucose) = 180g/mol
Step 2: Conversion factor = MW/10 = 180 g/mol / 10 = 18
Step 3: glucose concentration (mmol/L) = 6 mmol/L
Step 4: Concentration in mg/dL = 6 mmol/L × 18 = 108 mg/dL
So, a glucose concentration of 6 mmol/L is approximately equal to 108 mg/dL.
mmol/L to mg/dL table
|millimoles per liter||milligrams per deciliter|
|0.1 mmol/L||1.8 mg/dL|
|0.2 mmol/L||3.6 mg/dL|
|0.3 mmol/L||5.39999 mg/dL|
|0.4 mmol/L||7.2 mg/dL|
|0.5 mmol/L||9 mg/dL|
|0.6 mmol/L||10.79999 mg/dL|
|0.7 mmol/L||12.6 mg/dL|
|0.8 mmol/L||14.4 mg/dL|
|0.9 mmol/L||16.2 mg/dL|