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Translating medical documents. Urine infection, example
A start in medical translation: specialization and improvement

Medical translation can be a profitable niche, but its rigor and strict checking can be demanding. A poor translation might be extremely costly, not only for the customer but also for the translator. Specialization is a must, as medical translation is very broad and complex....

Laser surgery and medicine translation
Laser surgery and medicine translation

The moment a patient learns he/she has an illness, and even more in case of laser surgery, trust in the healthcare team becomes essential and affects the relationship between patient and caretakers. Even in a world of specialist language, the trend is to create a...

Medical Device regulation
Medical Translators tackling Medical device regulation

Millions upon millions of people have benefited from medical devices over the years. Having people's health at stake implies that Medicine, Pharmacy, and any other subsector related to human health is highly regulated. This is also the case for Medical devices, and therefore, the reason...

Translational medicine and Medical translation for CROs
Translational medicine and Medical translation for CROs

Translational medicine, or evidence-based research, is a bidirectional concept. It aims to improve human health by determining the relevance of novel discoveries to disease, both coordinating knowledge and clinical practice and using direct human observation to characterize disease and generate new hypotheses. Medical translation is...

The two steps of translation of new medical information
The two Steps of Translation of New Medical Information

There is a need of translating new medical information from CROs research to bedside. This means that in this step medical translators take the findings of basic research and translate them into clinical investigations. However, there is another important translation step that according to recent studies,...

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