Guidelines for Medical Drug Translation and Safety Practice of Aspirin Use

  • Yingying Wang
Keywords: Instructions for western medicine; Translation; Aspirin; Pharmacological Analysis; Pharmacological action

Abstract

Aspirin and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs also have preventive effects on colon cancer, and their application scope is constantly expanding. The side effects of Aspirin mainly include stimulation of gastric mucosa and even duodenal hemorrhage. Adverse reactions to aspirin can be divided into two categories, one is dose-related, such as the use of high-dose aspirin can lead to gastric mucosal damage, headache, tinnitus and hearing loss; the other is allergy. At present, in the clinical use of Western medicine, there are often inconsistencies between Chinese and English instructions, and even serious irregularities in some instructions. In the process of translating the instructions of Western medicine, there are even great differences in the meaning between English and Chinese. On the basis of practice and experience, this paper probes into the translation mode of the instructions of Western medicine, and puts forward the basic mode of the translation of the instructions of Western medicine, hoping to play a positive role in promoting the standardization of the translation of the instructions of Western medicine.

Published
2019-09-01