Coronaviruses are a group of related RNA viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds. In humans, these viruses cause respiratory tract infections that can range from mild to lethal. Mild illnesses include some cases of the common cold, while more lethal varieties can cause SARS, MERS, and COVID-19. There are as yet no vaccines or antiviral drugs to prevent or treat human coronavirus infections.
The Role of Medical Translation Services in Coronavirus Pandemic
The role of professional medical translators is now vital to “facilitate communication and provide translated versions of medical documents (regulatory documents, scientific papers, patient forms). The need for medical translation services is becoming more needed and more urgent.
Translating and localizing the true COVID 19 news stories and updates, the duty of global health organizations, news agencies, media agencies and trustworthy social media influencers and celebrities to make sure that only the correct news is published and with a correct translation.
Also, when medical organizations, virus researchers and scientists across the globe get all the relevant research, analyses and other documentation accurately translated on a global scale they help each other in finding a solution to end this pandemic. When translating and distributing medical research, medical analyses, and medical data precisely among the global research community, we will then, be able to help in this global pandemic successfully.
What We Translate
We translate Health Organization Researches and Reports, Patient Information, Clinical documentation, Regulatory documentation, Medical Instructions and Rules, Manuals and Technical Specifications for medical equipment (guides about using devices and instruments), General medical documentation concerning any medical field, Safety sheets, Patient, clinic and hospital reports, Physical examination reports, Treatment instructions and consultations, Informed Consent Forms (ICFs), Patient Reported Outcomes forms (PROs), Case Report Forms (CRFs), IRC/IEC documentation, Medical history reports, Health information brochures, and all other documents related to the healthcare and the medical industries.
Medical Organizations We Help
- Health Organizations
- Medical Clinics
- Urgent Care and Emergency Medicine
- Health Insurance Companies
- Medical Billing Departments
- Nursing Homes
- Private Practices
- Health Insurance Companies
- Community Health Centers
- Surgery Centers
Since the COVID-19 pandemic has started, customers have relied on us to translate corporate communications and information about the virus. This includes:
- Medical Research and reports
- Medical & safety instructions
- Medical screening documents
- Privacy documents
- Safety information
- Safety announcements
- Web pages
- Blog posts
- Cleaning guidelines
- Public health information
- COVID-19 clinical research documents
- Informed consent forms
Professional & Certified Governmental and Medical Quality
Many government agencies and medical organizations rely on us to get professional and medical translations. Even during this crisis, we have strictly maintained our high standards and we improved our skills in the medical field. Official medical documentation and accurate COVID-19 related translations are essential and must have zero errors.
Medical translation can be seen as a multi-step process.
Steps in the process can include:
- Extraction of text from source format
- Translation – the conversion of the source language text to the target language text
- Editing – reading and revision by a separate person to assure adherence to approved terminology and the proper style and voice.
- Proofreading – this ensures that the formatted translation displays correctly with no corrupted text.
- Publishing – the translation is put back into the original format.
Why choosing us?
- Our medical translators and interpreters observe a strict doctor-patient confidentiality policy at all times.
- We provide accurate, reliable medical translation services
- Our language experts are specifically trained in the medical field to either translate important medical documents or to interpret in intense situations.