The Iron unit converter calculator is used to convert iron concentration between units of:

- μmol/L
- μg /dL
- mg/L

Due to the lack of standardization, medical laboratories often issue results of iron concentration determination in various units. In order to facilitate the conversion of iron concentration, the following calculator has been developed. Anyone can use it – doctor, patient, laboratory diagnostician, nurse, midwife, paramedic.

## Iron unit converter calculator – calculate it!

In order to use the calculator below, just enter the iron concentration value and then select the appropriate unit. The calculator will convert the iron concentration into the available concentration units.

### Iron Concentration Converter

The calculator below is used to convert iron concentration between different units.

## Iron converter calculator – formulas

If you do not want to use the calculator, but you want to calculate the iron concentration yourself – below are the formulas.

### Convert iron concentration from μmol/L to μg/dL formula:

`μmol/L x 5.59 = μg/dL`

### Convert iron concentration from μmol/L to mg/L formula:

`μmol/L x 0.0559 = mg/L`

### Calculation of iron concentration from μg/dL to μmol/L formula:

`μg/dL x 0.179 = μmol/L`

### Convert iron concentration from μg/dL to mg/L formula:

`μg/dL x 0.010 = mg/L`

### Calculation of iron concentration from mg/L per μg/dL formula:

`mg/L x 100 = μg/dL`

### Convert iron concentration from mg/L to μmol/L formula:

`mg/L / 0.0559 = μmol/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.