# How many Microdrops are in a ML?

Asked By: Xiomara Korner | Last Updated: 5th April, 2020

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1 drop is equal to

**4 microdrops**. 1 ml is equal to 15 drops, & 1 ml is equal to**60 microdrops**.Click to see full answer

Hereof, how many GTTS are in a ML?

1 milliliter (**ml**) = 12.00 medical drops (gtt)

Also Know, how many drops from a dropper is 1 ml? 20 drops

People also ask, how is Microdrip rate calculated?

With a **microdrip** set (drip factor of 60 gtt/ml), simply remember that the drip **rate** is the same as the flow **rate**.

**Quicker calculations**

- For sets that deliver 10 gtt/ml, divide the flow rate by 6.
- For sets that deliver 15 gtt/ml, divide the flow rate by 4.
- For sets that deliver 20 gtt/ml, divide the flow rate by 3.

How many ml is a drip?

0.05 mL