teezhay

05-27-2012, 10:52 AM

Interesting study, definitely worth a read. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10341859) Does anyone here have the frame of reference to interpret the dosages used?

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teezhay

05-27-2012, 10:52 AM

Interesting study, definitely worth a read. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10341859) Does anyone here have the frame of reference to interpret the dosages used?

TwisT

05-27-2012, 10:58 AM

Interesting study, definitely worth a read. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10341859) Does anyone here have the frame of reference to interpret the dosages used?

Ill interpret it for you, hold on

Ill interpret it for you, hold on

Lordsks

05-27-2012, 10:59 AM

Convert mg to mcg - Conversion of Measurement Units (http://www.convertunits.com/from/mg/to/mcg)

TwisT

05-27-2012, 11:01 AM

Its 1.5mcg/kg so for a 200lb person, it would be 135mcg.

Lordsks

05-27-2012, 11:38 AM

I thought the dose was 660mcg 2x's a day.

1kg=2.2lbs

200lbx2.2=440

1.5mcgx440=660mcg???

1kg=2.2lbs

200lbx2.2=440

1.5mcgx440=660mcg???

Lordsks

05-27-2012, 11:41 AM

This study is looking at excessive doses and there effects, right now it seems 100mcg 3x's a day is the norm. 660mcg 2's a day seems excessive.

Pittsburgh63

05-27-2012, 11:54 AM

I thought the dose was 660mcg 2x's a day.

1kg=2.2lbs

200lbx2.2=440

1.5mcgx440=660mcg???

This is correct.

1kg=2.2lbs

200lbx2.2=440

1.5mcgx440=660mcg???

This is correct.

TwisT

05-27-2012, 12:35 PM

This is correct.

Its not. Look, we need to find how much mcg per POUND. so we need to first convert 200lbs into kg.

200lbs = 90.7kg

Now they measured in KILOGRAMS so our weight is compliant with their measurement. They dosed at 1.5mcg PER KG. So we take our weight in KILOGRAMS and multiply it by 1.5.

This equals 136.05mcg. Administered twice daily, thats 272mcg daily.

You girls need to work on your math ;)

Its not. Look, we need to find how much mcg per POUND. so we need to first convert 200lbs into kg.

200lbs = 90.7kg

Now they measured in KILOGRAMS so our weight is compliant with their measurement. They dosed at 1.5mcg PER KG. So we take our weight in KILOGRAMS and multiply it by 1.5.

This equals 136.05mcg. Administered twice daily, thats 272mcg daily.

You girls need to work on your math ;)

Pittsburgh63

05-27-2012, 12:39 PM

Its not. Look, we need to find how much mcg per POUND. so we need to first convert 200lbs into kg.

200lbs = 90.7kg

Now they measured in KILOGRAMS so our weight is compliant with their measurement. They dosed at 1.5mcg PER KG. So we take our weight in KILOGRAMS and multiply it by 1.5.

This equals 136.05mcg. Administered twice daily, thats 272mcg daily.

You girls need to work on your math ;)

LOL... You are correct.. I spun over this one too fast I guess. 90.7 is the correct figure to use. I was going backwards on the conversion.

200lbs = 90.7kg

Now they measured in KILOGRAMS so our weight is compliant with their measurement. They dosed at 1.5mcg PER KG. So we take our weight in KILOGRAMS and multiply it by 1.5.

This equals 136.05mcg. Administered twice daily, thats 272mcg daily.

You girls need to work on your math ;)

LOL... You are correct.. I spun over this one too fast I guess. 90.7 is the correct figure to use. I was going backwards on the conversion.

TwisT

05-27-2012, 12:41 PM

LOL... You are correct.. I spun over this one too fast I guess. 90.7 is the correct figure to use. I was going backwards on the conversion.

Im always correct.... you haven't learned this yet? ;)

Im always correct.... you haven't learned this yet? ;)

Pittsburgh63

05-27-2012, 12:46 PM

Im always correct.... you haven't learned this yet? ;)

Agree to disagree!! :winkfinger:. But yes, this time you were right and I was wrong!! haha. I'll blame it on the 2yr old and 1yr old running amuck in the same room as me.

Agree to disagree!! :winkfinger:. But yes, this time you were right and I was wrong!! haha. I'll blame it on the 2yr old and 1yr old running amuck in the same room as me.

Lordsks

05-27-2012, 02:27 PM

I left school 15 years ago, and it shows.