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Should agents or distributors be involved in translations of medical device literature?

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A prevailing question on the minds of manufacturers and exporters of medical devices is how agents or distributors should be involved in translations of medical device literature. Should they be assigned to carry out the translations themselves, provide approval on translations or arrange for professional linguists to carry out the work? Should local markets therefore

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Translating your medical device into international success


Getting a new medical device out into overseas markets can be a complex task. Timelines can be excruciatingly long and the process of approval by all the relevant bodies may at times feel like a minefield. High quality, accurate translations maximise your chances of success. So why translate? Don’t think of translations as a red-tape

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