56kg to mg

78.0mg to kg

25 mg/kg/24hr and the patient weighs 15.8kg

Conversion of mg or milligram into grams requires some knowledge in your part as they are not directly related to each other. Ten milligrams makes one centigrams and hundred centigrams is one kilogram. So it requires 1000 milligrams to make one kilogram.

If you are intending to convert a certain number of milligrams into kilogram you should follow following method: If 1000 milligrams is equal to 1 kilogram, then 1 milligram is equal to 1/1000 kilogram. Now you can calculate the required figure by multiplying 1/1000 with that of the amount of milligrams that you want to convert. The resultant figure would be the figure that you wanted.

As a milligram the unit is seldom being used but with liquids the 'milli' unit is often being used and you can find the figure is being written on the labels of medicines that are liquid.

If you are intending to convert a certain number of milligrams into kilogram you should follow following method: If 1000 milligrams is equal to 1 kilogram, then 1 milligram is equal to 1/1000 kilogram. Now you can calculate the required figure by multiplying 1/1000 with that of the amount of milligrams that you want to convert. The resultant figure would be the figure that you wanted.

As a milligram the unit is seldom being used but with liquids the 'milli' unit is often being used and you can find the figure is being written on the labels of medicines that are liquid.

Dead easy really. A milligram (mg) is 1/1000th of a gram (g), and and gram is 1/1000th of a kilogram (kg).To turn milligrams (mg) into kilograms (kg), simply multiply by 1,000,000.

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