Translation of texts in medicine include, specialized content from a broader theme of health and human diseases – from medical publications to pharmaceutical leaflets.
We accept orders for medical translations oscillating around the following areas of current medical care:
We carry out medical translations, which are destined to scientific publication – in the form of reports, books, articles in international journals, etc.
We assure you that all orders will be executed through an interpreter with a professional medical background and with possible participation of the author of the text (voluntarily). Before submitting the text there is also a check by a native speaker, applying their editorial comments. We work flexibly – we will adjust the text editorially under the requirements and technical guidance of the magazine, if requested.
Thanks to the cooperation with specialists in various industries, we provide fully professional translations of patent documentation of industrial property protection.
We accept orders for the translation of specialized and popular medical literature – books, reports, papers and articles.
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Our specialties are also translations of documentation allowing for the release of pharmaceutical products and the medical equipment market.
We also do manual translations of medical devices and product catalogs and advertising materials needed for distribution. Apart from translations related to medical appliances we also undertake translations of medical software.
We provide a full range of services within translation of documents and reports related to the production, patenting, admission to the sales market, promotion, advertising and distribution of pharmaceutical products.
Our specialists from the medical industry also undertake simultaneous and consecutive translations during conferences, business meetings, seminars and courses. In our offer we can also include a technical service for medical conferences.
Simultaneous and consecutive interpreting carried out by specialists from the medical industry.