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Conversion Of Blood Sugar Level Mmol/l To Mg/dl

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  1. Terrie

    *Blood Glucose Conversion Chart*

    Blood Glucose Conversion
    U.S. value = UK / Canadian value times 18 (mmol/L x 18 = mg/dl).
    U.K./Canadian value = U.S. value divided by 18 (mg/dl / 18 = mmol/L).
    In a person without diabetes, blood sugar is normally between
    80 and 110 mg/dl.
    Blood Glucose Conversion Chart (mg/dL-mmol/L)
    mg/- mmol/-mg/--mmol/-mg/---mmol/--mg/--mmol/
    -20---1.1---130---7.2---225---12.5---340---18.9
    -30---1.7---135---7.5---230---12.8---350---19.4
    -40---2.2---140---7.8---235---13.1---360---20.0
    -50---2.8---145---8.1---240---13.3---370---20.6
    -55---3.1---150---8.3---245---13.6---380---21.1
    -60---3.3---155---8.6---250---13.9---390---21.7
    -65---3.6---160---8.9---255---14.2---400---22.2
    -70---3.9---165---9.2---260---14.4---410---22.8
    -75---4.2---170---9.4---265---14.7---420---23.3
    -80---4.4---175---9.7---270---15.0---430---23.9
    -85---4.7---180---10.0--275---15.3---440---24.4
    -90---5.0---185---10.3--280---15.6---460---25.6
    -95---5.3---190---10.6--285---15.8---480---26.7
    -100--5.6---195---10.8--290---16.1---500---27.8
    -105--5.8---200---11.1--295---16.4---520---28.9
    -110--6.1---205---11.4--300---16.7---540---30.0
    -115--6.4---210---11.7--310---17.2---560---31.1
    -120--6.7---215---11.9--320---17.8---580---32.2
    -125--6.9---220---12.2--330---18.3---600---33.3

  2. Xenon

    Very useful, thanks. Being in Canada, we use mmol/L. I once told a friend in the US, a fellow diabetic, that I finally got my glucose level under 10; he asked how I could possibly still be alive when he was trying to keep it around 100. (That was when I learned they measure differently in the USA.)

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