So, you’re in the market for a toxicology report translation? Or maybe you think you’re in the market for a toxicology translation, but you’re not quite sure. Perhaps your company deals with pharmaceuticals, or an array of clients who need to look at swaths of data coming from various toxicology report translations. Or maybe you, or a client needs a report for more personal reasons.
Regardless of the why, we’re here to tell you when (and how) you might need to request a translation of a toxicology report.
A toxicology report is a report dealing with various toxic agents, like poisons and drugs (legal and illegal), and the effect they have (or had) on the human body. Toxicology reports can be used to determine if someone has been drinking, which may implicate or exonerate someone suspected of driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol. These reports can also be used to see if someone is taking banned drugs — and in unhappier cases, performed during a postmortem in order to help determine the cause of death (like a drug overdose).