Pharmacy protocol translation

Keeping us at the forefront

Like medicine and pharmacy, medical and pharmaceutical translation is a wide-ranging field of specialisation covering many subspecialties.

All these medical and pharmaceutical specialties have a wide range of regulations and laws that limit not only their scope of action or professional practice, but in many cases the terminology and phraseology itself.

Likewise, in view of the importance that health services and pharmaceutical products acquire in the economy and public administration, medical translation combines specialization languages and very diverse registers, not only specialized language and dissemination, but also legal, administrative, technical, computer, advertising and marketing language.

In addition, the biosanitary and pharmaceutical fields are constantly updated, both linguistically and conceptually, which requires an advanced use of the tools and information resources by the translator.

We offer trust where others do not arrive

If we add to these difficulties the impact that medical texts have on people’s health and lives, it is evident that only professionals with specialized training and experience can exercise it in a safe and satisfactory way for the client and for the user.

For this reason, Norak has specialized, experienced, trained and informed translators who guarantee a reliable translation that meets the requirements of both the client and the market, as well as those of the health and pharmaceutical sectors.

Norak has extensive experience with a large number of text types, such as:

– Medical certificates (analysis, medical tests, medical examinations, physical fitness tests, diagnostic reports, death certificates, autopsy reports) – Medical instruments manuals – Specialised articles in scientific journals – Clinical trials protocols – Technical specifications – Prospectuses – Advertising of medical devices, internal documentation of health centres and hospitals (medical records, medical histories, Human Resources documentation, internal communications, emergency plans) – Documentation of Occupational Risk Prevention (occupational risk plans, accident reports, medical reports, prevention protocols, technical procedures)