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Some laboratories specify the vitamin D level (25-Cholecalciferol) in
If you have such a laboratory value, you can convert the result to
A "Vitamin D level above 100" can mean a normal 40 ng/ml.
All specifications of values on our website are in
"Nanomoles per Liter" becomes "Nanograms per milliliter".
Enter a vitamin D value:
... is the same as
Why are there two different units for vitamin D?
100 dollars or 100 euros, …
100 kilometers or 100 miles…
...the world is full of different units.
For simplicity, we now only use:
How do you convert "ug/l" pronounced "micrograms per liter"?
In this case, no conversion is required. Example: 20 ug/l = 20 ng/ml.
Obligatory disclaimer according to the medical professional regulation:
Just as a medical professional book only provides special information, this website only offers special information.
Such information should in no way be considered a substitute for a personal medical consultation.
Thus, the contents won't replace a diagnose and therapy carried out by a physician.
Therefore, for the diagnose and treatment itself, please consult with a professional therapist.
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