TRANSLATION SERVICES RELATED TO CLINICAL TRIALS
We have specialised translators who are dedicated to medical translation projects.
Some of our regular medical clients
One of our ongoing medical translation projects involves providing translations for the collaboration between Duke Clinical Research in the US and Clinical Research Services in Germany, who handle large-scale clinical trials. These projects involve translations from and into almost any language imaginable as they are used in many countries worldwide.
Another example is the translation of research reports which doctors in a large number of hospitals and other medical institutions are continuously conducting. All these reports must be very carefully translated in order to gain approval for a particular drug. Our people have provided these reports, translating from Czech, Polish, Slovenian, German, and Hungarian into English. These translations are also provided with an electronic certificate that authenticates the translation. These documents all form part of the procedure that’s used for gaining approval for a new drug. Each day of delay in the launch of a new drug incurs enormous costs, so our medical translation department focuses on a quick turnaround time for these translation projects.
In addition to these large, long-term medical projects, we also translate the patient information leaflets that are provided with medication and medical equipment manuals. These types of document are generally translated into English. However, we also have Spanish, German, French, Italian, and Scandinavian translators who specialise in this area.
Examples of medical translations
Below is a selection of documents with which we have proven translation experience:
- Consent forms
- Catheterisation reports
- Death certificates
- Medical referral letters
- Medical information leaflets
- Software for medical equipment
- Research reports
- Patient information
- Study materials and presentations
To learn more about our expertise, please refer to our medical projects overview.
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