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English to Chinese: Subject Informed Consent General field: Medical Detailed field: Medical: Pharmaceuticals
Source text - English b. What are the known side effects of the investigational products?
• Very Common: (may occur in 10 or more subjects in 100)
Mild to moderate skin rash has been reported in most subjects treated with PXXXX and has been observed with other drugs that are similar to PXXXX. The skin rash commonly resembles acne. The skin rash often involves the face, upper chest and back, but can affect any area of the body. Some rashes have been associated with redness, itching, and flaking of the skin. This skin reaction can become severe. In some cases, it may cause infected sores requiring medical and/or surgical treatment, or cause severe skin infections that could be fatal. Prolonged exposure to the sun can make the rash worse. Additionally, dry skin, fissures (cracks in the skin) on the fingers or toes, fingernail bed or toenail bed infection or inflammation have been reported. Once the PXXXX is withheld or discontinued, the adverse effects on skin will generally resolve. Your physician may decide to treat the rash and ask you to use particular creams to help reduce the adverse effects of the skin rash.
Other very common adverse effects that you may experience include one or more of the following: diarrhea (sometimes causing severe dehydration), abdominal pain, constipation, swelling of the hands and feet and feeling tired.
• Common: (may occur between 1 and 9 subjects in 100)
Common adverse effects that you may experience include one or more of the following: nausea, vomiting, headache, irritation in the mouth, dehydration, hair loss, heart attack (0.2% of these cases were fatal), cough, shortness of breath, excessive hair growth, dry mouth, inflammation of the mucous membrane, chapped lips, a decrease in magnesium, calcium and potassium levels in the blood, nose dryness or bleeding, increased growth of eyelashes, and teary, itchy, dry, red eyes or blurry vision, eye infection and infusion reactions (such as fever, chills, shaking, decrease in blood pressure, slowed heart rate, sudden severe shortness of breath, life-threatening loss of heart or lung function, joint or muscle pain and rash).
• Uncommon: (may occur between 1 and 9 subjects in 1000)
Uncommon adverse effects that you may experience include stroke and blood clots in the legs and in the lungs.
Other adverse effects observed in subjects include acute kidney failure commonly in association with diarrhea and dehydration and lung complications, known as pneumonitis or fibrosis, also observed in subjects receiving other drugs that are similar to the investigational drug. These complications are generally treatable, but in some cases may result in permanent lung damage. To-date, subjects receiving PXXXX have uncommonly experienced pneumonitis or fibrosis of the lungs.
Translation - Chinese b. 試驗用藥品有哪些已知的副作用？
English to Chinese: Healthcare Brochure General field: Medical Detailed field: Medical: Health Care
Source text - English Wellness Tools
Wellness Tools are the things you do to keep yourself well, and the things you do to help yourself feel better when you don’t feel well. You may have discovered them yourself or learned about them from others. Most of them are simple, safe and free.
Developing A Wellness Toolbox
A Wellness Toolbox is a list of things you have done in the past, are doing now, or would like to try to help you stay well. It includes things you could do to help yourself feel better when you are not doing well.
Following is a list of wellness tools many have found to be helpful in their recovery process. Included is a list of things you may wish to avoid to help you stay well. Check off the ones that you feel would work for you. Add to the list any other responses you currently use or have thought of.
Lifestyle Issues Tools
o Educate yourself
o Maintain a healthy diet
o Get adequate exposure to light
o Adequate sleep and rest
o Daily planning
o Problem-solving Process/Brainstorming
o Do something "normal," like washing your hair, shaving, or going to work
o Journaling – writing in a notebook
o Get a physical examination
o Get a medication check
o Talk to a healthcare professional about a change in your treatment
o Get a second opinion
o Get a referral to a specialist
o Use hot or cold packs
o Get supportive therapy
o Get a massage
o Give yourself a massage
o Take medications, vitamins, minerals, or other food supplements
Tools for Developing a Strong Support System
o Ask someone else to help you out
o Talk to a friend
o Talk to a healthcare professional
o Attend a support group
o Develop and use effective communication skills
o Have a meeting of your supporters or your family
o Offer support/feedback and be open to receive support/feedback from peers
Changing the Way You Feel About Yourself
o Surround yourself with people who are positive, affirming and loving
o Wear clean clothing, or something else that makes you feel good
o Make a collage of your life
o Make a list of your accomplishments
o Spend ten minutes writing down everything good you can think of about yourself
o Do something that makes you laugh
o Do something special for someone else
o Get some little things done
o Repeat positive affirmations
Relieving Tension and Stress
o Yoga or tai chi
o Be present in the moment
o Take a warm bath or shower
o Look at something pretty or that means something special to you
o Do focusing/mindfulness exercises
o Deep breathing
o Progressive relaxation
o Guided imagery
o Listen to music, make music, or sing
o Expose yourself to something that smells good to you
Things to Avoid:
o Going to bars or other “using” places
o Getting overtired
o Certain people
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As of August 2016, I have completed over 4,000,000 words of translation, proofreading, editing and subtitling projects since 2008 when I started to work as full-time freelance translator. Fields for finished projects include but not limited to medical (general, pharmaceutical, dentistry, medical devices, etc.), health care (general), IT (general, software localization), business and finance, mobile phone games, online gambling games (slot machines, poker, etc.) as well as product manuals.
I had 3 years of full-time work experience in Movie Subtitles Translation (Chinese to English); finished several translations on children's books (Chinese to English), board game manuals (Chinese to English) and screenplays (English to Chinese) before I decided to dedicate myself to pursuing my full-time freelance translation career.
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