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Surviving a stroke, rehabilitation and medical translation
Surviving a stroke, rehabilitation and medical translation

The aim of medical translation is to make communication between people who speak different languages easier. This is applicable to healthcare organizations, doctors and medical stall or patients and their families. In this sense, healthcare translation has a crucial part in granting service and quality...

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 translator’s role in online medical services
Medical translator’s role in online medical services

Healthcare translation services need to keep up with healthcare trends, new medical devices and healthcare technologies. In this scenario, online medical services facilitate contacts between doctors and patients, being easier to find time to meet appointments, as transport is not needed and appointments can be...

Medicine translation and cardiovascular diseases
Medicine translation and cardiovascular diseases

Cutting-edge medical technologies still generate profit for inventors and discoverers in different medical grounds, while really making a difference. Some of them are related  to cardiovascular diseases, like the CardioPad, which permits doctors to monitor patients from a distance. In the same sense, 10% of...

Plastic surgery, mastopexy and medical translation
Plastic surgery, mastopexy and medical translation

Plastic surgery is a field of healthcare that is not always included in the heathcare system, however people not only want to have better health, but also look better or look as they want to look. Therefore plastic surgery represents a huge market worldwide and...

Sport injuries and Medicine translation
Sport injuries and Medicine translation

Healthcare is incessantly been developed at high speed. Innovations are provided to the patients throughout the earth. Sport injuries do also benefit of these improvements and translation services, either online u offline, also expand and allow the patients to have a clear idea of medicines,...

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...

Bone metastases and medicine translation
Bone metastases and medicine translation

Some of the most highly regulated sectors are the pharmaceutical and medical ones. Therefore, quality requires an outstanding degree of specialization. This means that medical translators and interpreters must have a medicine background and should be backed by qualified pharmaceutical and medicine professionals around the...

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...

Medical Translation Agencies and Servicies
Keys to success between CROs and Medical Translation Agencies

Clinical trials are more and more subject to outsource. In this sense, there has been an increase of 50% in the last decade and over 70% of the total number of clinical trials will be outsourced by 2020. This tendency is consolidating due to its advantages...

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