Creatinine #'s - USA to metric conversion

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Creatinine #'s - USA to metric conversion

Postby Art from Ontario » Fri Apr 30, 2004 6:53 pm

Some time ago, in the old forum, someone posted a
website with the conversion table for creatinine serum level
numbers from metric to USA (gr/dL)
Could that person (or anyone) please repost or e-mail me
with the website.

Thanks ...Art
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Postby JMan » Fri Apr 30, 2004 10:30 pm

Erm.. gr/dl IS metric.. but I know what you mean..

Most other parts of the world US Systeme International (SI) units

This script page give an 'approximation' of conversion
http://members.iinet.net.au/~bill/java/creatinine.html

Here is an approximate conversion table..

Creatinine Conversion
UK (SI) USA g/dl
60 0.7
100 1.1
120 1.4
150 1.7
160 1.8
180 2.0
200 2.3
220 2.5
240 2.7
260 2.9
280 3.2
300 3.4
320 3.6
340 3.8
350 4.0
370 4.2
390 4.4
410 4.6
430 4.9
450 5.1
470 5.3
490 5.5
510 5.8
530 6.0
550 6.2
570 6.4
590 6.7
610 6.9
630 7.1
650 7.3
670 7.6
690 7.8
710 8.0
730 8.2
750 8.5
770 8.7
790 8.9
810 9.2
830 9.4
850 9.6
870 9.8
890 10.1
910 10.3
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Lab conversion

Postby Gil » Fri Apr 30, 2004 11:19 pm

This site has a lot of conversions.
It is a vet site but labs are labs.......... :D

[url]http://www.vin.com/scripts/labquest/converthtml.pl[/url]
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Embeded URL

Postby Gil » Fri Apr 30, 2004 11:23 pm

Hi Jman,

How did you manage to embed a URL in your post :?:

Thanx, Gil
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Conversion sites

Postby Art from Ontario » Sat May 01, 2004 4:41 am

Gil & Jman ........ thank you for the websites

......Jman: I also want to know how you get URLs in a post
or any file ?
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URL's in posts..

Postby JMan » Sat May 01, 2004 8:25 am

URL's are handled (parsed) automatically by the baord so that

http://www.google.com

is automatically a clickable link.

Just copy and paste.. BBCoding is not turned on (now would be a nice time mods:wink:) so using it defeats the purpose..

Putting URL's into 'files' depends on the file.. for web files you just use a html link To learn about this go here:
http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/aut ... index.html

Other applications, such as Word processors etc handle links in their own ways and you should consult the user guide.
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Creatinine calculation

Postby Nic Dunn » Sat May 01, 2004 10:45 am

Hi Art

Go http://www.mgninfo.co.uk/ and click on tests and you will find the conversion calculation
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