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The blood sugar values ​​are given in different units of measurement. While in West Germany they are usually measured and specified in milligrams per deciliter, in East Germany and in many clinics nationwide, the international unit of measurement, millimoles per liter, is used. Here you will find help for the conversion.

The formulas

  • mg / dl x 0.0555 = mmol / l
  • mmol / l x 18.02 = mg / dl

The computer

Convert blood sugar values ​​from mg / dl to mmol / l or from mmol / l to mg / dl:

The numbers after the decimal point are rounded when converting. This can lead to slight inaccuracies when calculating back and forth.

Table for reference

20 - 60 mg / dl or 1.1 - 3.3 mmol / l

mg / dlmmol / l
201,1
221,2
241,3
261,4
281,6
301,7
321,8
341,9
362,0
382,1
402,2
422,3
442,4
462,6
482,7
502,8
522,9
543,0
563,1
583,2
603,3

65 - 165 mg / dl or 3.6 - 9.2 mmol / l

mg / dlmmol / l
653,6
703,9
754,2
804,4
854,7
905,0
955,3
1005,6
1055,8
1106,1
1156,4
1206,7
1256,9
1307,2
1357,5
1407,8
1458,0
1508,3
1558,6
1608,9
1659,2

170 - 700 mg / dl or 9.4 - 38.9 mmol / l

mg / dlmmol / l
1709,4
18010,0
19010,5
20011,1
22512,5
25013,9
27515,3
30016,7
32518,0
35019,4
37520,8
40022,2
42523,6
45025,0
47526,4
50027,8
52529,1
55030,5
57531,9
60033,3
70038,9

Author: hu; last edited: April 25, 2013, last updated: January 9, 2014