How Medical Device Translation Manages Risk

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Risk is a foremost concern with most in the medical research, medical treatment and medical device translation field. Part of managing risk is to secure services from an organization that can provide the utmost in quality and speed, without affecting accuracy. Here is how that is effectively managed.

The Importance of Healthcare Interpreters in Pediatric Medicine

There’s nothing more precious to parents than their children. When their health is compromised, parents will do whatever they can to ensure they receive the proper treatment. But, what happens when the parents do not speak the same language as the treating physicians? Without proper communication, it’s difficult for parents to receive the assurance needed that their children are receiving the necessary care. Plus, it limits their ability to ask questions or relay pertinent information. It’s also impossible for doctors to discharge or release patients with at-home instructions if the parents don’t understand the given directions. Pediatric interpreters are essential to a positive experience with the doctors, patients, and parents. These valuable professionals are making a difference in the lives of individuals across the nation.

Machine Translation vs Human Translation: A Comparative Overview

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For organizations using professional translation services, there is always a debate over which is more accurate: machine translation or human translation. Advances in software and speech recognition have made machines more accurate, faster, and less expensive than human translators, but the technology still lags sufficiently to still raise questions about its efficacy versus a human translator. Several recent tests have pitted one against the other. Here is a summary of the results.

The Importance of Accuracy in Biomedical Translations

When translating languages, not everything can make sense in the end. Sometimes, this can be comical, but in the world of medicine, this could mean everything. Here’s why accuracy in medical translations is vitally important.