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Medical Translation
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» Anglicismos léxicos y sintácticos en la traducción médica
By Marina Menendez | Published 05/20/2013 | Medical Translation | Recommendation:
En las traducciones médicas del inglés al español pululan los calcos (léxicos y gramaticales), los falsos amigos y las interpretaciones y traducciones erróneas. Clampear, condición, infante, patencia, severo, etc. son algunos ejemplos.
» Prospectos de Medicamentos. Responsabilidad del traductor: “... ante la menor duda consulte a su medico.... y/o traductor...”
By Mariana Toscano | Published 03/6/2006 | Medical Translation | Recommendation:
Considerando la importancia de encaminarse hacia un campo específico dentro de la traducción y en este caso, la traducción médica, puntualmente de prospectos de medicamentos; es fundamental valerse de las herramientas apropiadas para lograrlo. Tenemos gran responsabilidad en la elección de cada palabra y de los recursos de los que vamos a valernos. Para ello sugiero una especial atención a los pasos a seguir al enfrentar una traducción médica, los cuales generalmente se dan naturalmente, pero puede resultar interesante detenerse a estudiar con más hincapié.
» Handling Greek and Latin Terms in Spanish Medical Translation
By Vernica Albin | Published 06/5/2005 | Medical Translation | Recommendation:
Peter Ustinov once said that Russia is like a screwed-up pill where the bitter part is on the outside and the sugar coating is in the middle. The same holds true for medical translation; once you get over the bitter coating, you start to enjoy it. Since Greek is the language of choice for pathology, we expect to find this language in disease nomenclature. Perhaps one of the most difficult ...
» Translating SOPs in a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Environment
By Anne Catesby Jones | Published 06/5/2005 | Medical Translation | Recommendation:
Comments on the general practice of translation and specific issues found in translating Standard Operating Procedures, SOPs, in a pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.


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