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Issues in the field of medicine, biology and drug development are of keen interest to an ever-growing international audience. Since 2020, their prominent entry into the public and political debate has further highlighted the fact that the accuracy, understanding and effectiveness of scientific, medical and pharmaceutical language play a decisive role in individual and collective choices.
No risks can be taken when it comes to people’s lives and health: translations of a medical device’s instructions or a drug information leaflet must be immediately effective because their aim is to save people’s lives. In areas with widespread multilingualism (South Tyrol in Italy, Switzerland, Belgium and many others) these materials must, by law, always be available in all official languages. Theoretically, when thinking of an increasingly inclusive globalised society, it is reasonable to think that all the most important or most widely used drugs should have a ‘bugiardino’ in several languages.
In Life Sciences, as in all scientific translations, complex and very specific language is used, both from a technical and administrative/legal standpoint. Translations for the pharmaceutical sector must comply with strict regulations and ensure maximum accuracy, terminological precision and stylistic uniformity.
For pharmaceuticals, at the international level, regulatory references and terminology are constantly updated in line with the EMA’s QRD (Quality Review of Documents) template guidelines for SPCs (Summary of Product Characteristics). In the medical sector, the new EU Regulation 2017/745 on medical devices is of critical importance.
At interlanguage, we take care of your Life Sciences communications in all languages and guarantee expertise, reliability and accurate use of specialised terminology.
Thanks to a team of specialised translators and reviewers with considerable medical and scientific expertise, we can support you in the multilingual translation of a wide range of content:
Our translation service is certified in compliance with the ISO 17100:2015 standard.
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