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Getting diabetes misdiagnosed

Nearly 40% of adults with type 1 diabetes were misdiagnosed with type 2 says research done by the University of Exeter. It is key to provide efficient translation services to patients when being diagnosed. This prevents misdiagnosis and ensures they get the right treatment including insulin or...

Medical Books That You Can’t Miss!

We celebrate World Book Day by proposing two medical books written by doctors: “This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor,” by Adam Kay and “When Breath Becomes Air Book”, by Paul Kalanithi. Adam Kay's first book, “This is Going to Hurt, revisiting...

Medical transcriptionists researching about Fibromyalgia
Medical transcriptionists researching about Fibromyalgia

No field has so much at stake or as many medical restrictions or medical regulations, as medical translation. That is why highest standard are needed. On the other hand, pharmaceutical and medical device production are ongoing. Medical guidelines and practices are continuously being adapted to...

Learning about high blood pressure with medical translators
Learning about high blood pressure with medical translators

Any translator cannot afford to mix up terms. It could be a matter of life and death, as when we are talking about high blood pressure. Unlike other fields of translation, medical translation can be very challenging, requiring more advanced skills due to the need...

Medicine translation, cracking the anticoagulants code
Medicine translation, cracking the anticoagulants code

Medical appointments can be confusing, cultural barriers can favor misunderstandings, so having a team of medical translators, interpreters or specifically trained staff can make a big difference on patients’ health. For example, when referring to anticoagulants, do we really know what they are? Becoming anticoagulants meaning...

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