Your biomedical translations require a specific technical vocabulary and therefore need to be done by experts in the field.
Pharmaceutical and health care groups and labs
Nowadays, pharmaceutical groups are facing numerous challenges: regulatory compliance, enhanced requirements in terms of quality and integrity. Simultaneously, they need to demonstrate the traceability and safety of the drugs developed for patients. In the age of globalization, the launch of new drugs on the market requires all documents to be translated, ensuring at the same time traceability, conformity and security.
Yet, translation is not usually part of the core competences for a pharmaceutical company. This is why they turn to Telelingua.
- Clinical Studies
- Patient information brochures,
- Patient-reported outcome surveys (PROs),
- informed consent forms …
No matter what type of document, we are always conscious of the impact that the precision of our translations may have on the well-being of the patients and the success of their treatments. Thanks to our knowledge of pharmaceutical markets and our experience with submission procedures, we can aid and support international groups in their pursuit of their translation objectives.
Research process and clinical trials
The development of new drugs and their improvement requires continuous effort and work. This is why companies dedicated to Life Sciences (Sponsors) employ CROs to accelerate the research process and clinical trials, by entrusting them with management of studies in targeted markets all over the world. For their part, these contractors count on the support and collaboration of Telelingua, their privileged translation partner, for the management of the multilingual components of their complex missions.
Telelingua handles the translation of clinical studies at each stage of the product development and registration process. For instance, the clinical research phase, phases 0 to IV of clinical studies, the investigation phase as well as the testing. We also provide our services for the marketing authorization application, for the registration submission and for the audit of dossier, production and marketing. Throughout the project, successful communication among the different stakeholders requires the respect of the rules and timeframes agreed upon.
Medical and surgical device manufacturers
All medical devices reaching the end-customer need to be accompanied by an instruction manual and labelling/packaging in the language of the target country. Telelingua takes into account all regulatory requirements and complies with the norms in force in the country where your products will be sold. In addition, offering translations for your medical devices also proves your commitment towards the local market.
Our expert linguists have long-standing experience in the field and can appropriately adapt translated documents to the target audience. In concrete terms, they can gear their translations towards biomedical engineers, sale representatives, government regulatory bodies or health care providers. We translate package information leaflets (PILs), instruction for uses (IFUs) or instruction and maintenance manuals in numerous fields (diagnostic equipment, surgical or orthopaedic instruments, hospital equipment, image processing, radiology and radiography as well as monitoring systems).
Translation solutions to facilitate the work of pharmaceutical groups and labs.
For more than 20 years, leading pharmaceutical groups, CROs and medical device manufacturers all over the world have put their trust in the hands of Telelingua for their translation needs. These companies can rely on Telelingua’s absolute commitment to meet delivery deadlines, and to comply with agreed budgets and regulatory requirements in force (ICH-GCP). Our dedicated life sciences teams translate (translation, back-translations, linguistic validation…) medical documents targeted to European, Asian and American customers in over 100 linguistic combinations, working in collaboration with linguists and experts specialized in the field, even in the most challenging sectors like biochemistry, biotechnology, chemistry, pharmacology and toxicology.
If you wish to learn more… contact us.