The Japanese Connection : Serving since 1985
Japanese Medical Engineering Translation Services
Japanese prominence in this field means that language assistance is often required to communicate new discoveries to the global medical industry.
It is important that a translator understands the highly technical terminology related to both medical and engineering fields as well as being familiar with procedures associated with medical engineering disciplines and medical engineering-related industries.
The Japanese Connection can offer skilled and experienced translators, often with experience or a qualification in this industry. This ensures that translation is precise and no misunderstandings occur.
We can help with the translation of academic documents, theses and articles as well as at conferences and meetings and are able to aid communication between medical engineers and the international media.
Medical Engineering in Japan
Medical engineering is essential to the advancement of medical practices and medical facilities all over the world. By applying engineering principles to the study of medicine, engineers are able to aid progress in fields like stem cell research; artificial organs and limbs; nanotechnology; robotic surgery and synthetic drugs. Japan, like the rest of the world, is keen to stay afloat of medical innovations and integrate new technologies into its hospitals and medical centres. With three times as many hospitals per capita as the USA and the highest life expectancy of any country, the integration of medical innovations is especially important. Robots are often used in Japanese hospitals to provide practical care for patients but also to perform simple surgical procedures and this technology continues to grow. The implementation of new and efficient medical equipment means Japan is able to continue providing a very high-standard of health care to its citizens while contributing to vital medical developments across the world.
Our Japanese medical engineering translation covers areas such as:
Medical Imaging Devices
MRI and X-Rays
Artificial Organ Technology
Stem Cell Research