Medical and Pharmaceutical Translations News

The high stakes involved in medical translation mean that it is essential to use a specialist professional translator, who can guarantee the quality of the translated document, as well as its reliability. At Optilingua, our translators specialise in the medical field, have solid expertise in the sector, and work with doctors to ensure the accuracy of the information translated, whatever the document: medical records, medical certificates, reports, prescriptions, pharmaceutical leaflets etc.


Translations Coronavirus, medical translations
Covid-19 (Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2; coronavirus disease 2019) is a virus that first appeared in China in 2019. The virus belongs to the strain of coronaviruses, which usually infect certain mammals or birds and normally only cause mild colds in humans. However, viruses can change (mutate) and adapt to new conditions. In the case of normal influenza viruses, experts are always assessing future mutations and developing vaccines before the start of the new influenza season to combat the most likely changes.
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businesses Bulgaria bulgarian translation agency
€80 million is to flood into the modernisation of various production operations in Bulgaria in the coming months; European providers are more than welcome to participate in these innovative and interesting projects.
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Medical translations
Medical translations: from linguistic to cosmetic errors Treatment errors are partly to blame on inaccurate translations.
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