Cortisol unit converter calculator

Cortisol unit conventer calculator

In this post, I provide you with a cortisol unit converter calculator. Thanks to it, it is possible to convert the concentration of cortisol between units such as: nmol/L, μg/dL and μg/L. It does not matter in which material the cortisol concentration was determined. It can be: plasma, saliva, serum and other biological material.

Cortisol unit converter calculator – calculate it!

To use the calculator below, simply enter your cortisol concentration and select the appropriate unit. The calculator converts the concentration of cortisol into all available concentration units.

Cortisol Unit Converter Calculator

The calculator below is used to convert cortisol concentration between units: nmol/L, μg/dL, and μg/L.

Cortisol unit converter – formulas

Using a ready converter is very easy, but if you want to calculate your cortisol concentration yourself – below are the formulas by which you can do it.

Cortisol unit converter calculator from nmol / L to μg / dL formula:

nmol/L x 0,03625 = μg/dL

Convert cortisol concentration from nmol / L to μg / L formula:

nmol/L x 0,3625 = μg/L

Convert cortisol concentration from μg / dL to nmol / L formula:

μg/dL x 27,586 = nmol/L

Convert cortisol concentration from μg / dL to μg / L formula:

μg/dL x 10 = μg/L

Convert cortisol concentration from μg / L to μg / dL formula:

μg/L x 0,1 = μg/dL

Convert cortisol concentration from μg / L to nmol / L formula:

μg/L x 2,7586 na nmol/L

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Disclaimer: This page is for informational purposes only. Conversion rates have been compiled based on publicly available information. All information should be confirmed and verified. The data on the site is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Any information, result, conversion should be consulted with a doctor.

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