Life Sciences + Health
Communication Solutions into 250+ Languages for a Healthier World
The Diversity of India and Its Impact on the Global Clinical Trial Landscape
For global life science companies involved in the drug development process, India’s diversity presents both unique opportunities as well as challenges for innovating new drug therapies.
Medical Device Market Overview and Regulatory Landscape in Asia
In our latest white paper, the Asian medical device market’s landscape and regulatory overview is discussed, with focus on seven major players (China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand and India) and the critical role that language service providers play in the APAC region.
Abbott Laboratories Announces FDA 510(k) Clearance for Innovative Rapid Handheld Blood Test for Mild TBIs
Abbott Laboratories announced that it received 510(k) clearance from the FDA, making history as the first ever handheld blood test for traumatic brain injuries (TBIs).
We are dedicated to industry-standard knowledge and quality
Helping You Globalize the Right Way
CSOFT’s experienced and dedicated global regulatory submission specialists help companies comply with these demanding multilingual documentation requirements for submissions while providing the highest linguistic quality
We can help you attain the appropriate, accurate, and sustainable compliance required throughout the entire submission process. We ensure our clients receive the necessary certifications to successfully enter emerging markets.
Medical Translation with a Focus on Precision
Our translation solutions are intended for document types relating to every stage of product development life cycle.
Quality in translation is extremely important, but within the life sciences industry, incorrect translations could literally be life threatening. We use industry-standard processes, however, we also offer flexibility for each customer to allow for their companies’ success, no matter the process.
Industries We Serve
Who We Are
CSOFT Health Sciences provides end-to-end medical translations for all phases of the product lifecycle, from pre-clinical to post-launch. We also specialize in market access consulting, medical writing, and CTD/eCTD submissions with the FDA, EMA, and NMPA.
Our operations are compliant with ISO 17100 and certified in ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 13485:2016, ensuring our customized solutions meet the rigorous regulatory requirements of global submissions.
The Power of Linguistic Expertise
Right Tools. Right Resources
Tools we use
We use a full range of CAT tools including Trados, MemoQ, Transifex, Smartling, and WordServer and translate all document types, including .ai, .doc, .pdf, .ppt, .xlx, .css, .php, .html, .xml, .mml, .txt, .mpg, .mov, .zip, .psd, and more.
Linguists we hire
Our native in-country subject-matter experts with at least 7 years’ experience go through a rigorous certification process and are guided with customer experience surveys
CSOFT works extensively with medical professionals who are dedicated to prevalent therapeutic areas
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The Knowledge Vault
Stay in the know
For many years, CSOFT has been supporting the life science industries as they continue to grow. We are dedicated to providing the highest-quality services to our clients, while making sure they have access to different policies and up-to-date information. As a medical communications company, we are taking the initiative to promote and increase awareness in the science community and to every individual.
Curelator and University of Calgary Study Finds a Lack of Association Between Migraines and Stress Levels
Curelator, a digital health company based in Cambridge, MA, released its findings for the largest international study that focused on the relationship between stress and migraines in the January issue of Headache, The Journal of Head and Face Pain in collaboration...
Yesterday (1/20), Novavax received provisional determination from Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration for its COVID-19 vaccine, marking the first steps in gaining provisional approval. Australia’s provisional approval pathway allows for drug therapies (or...
On May 26th 2021, the European Union’s Medical Device Directive (MDD) (93/42/EEC) and Directive on Active Implantable Medical Devices (90/385/EEC) will be replaced and fully covered by the Medical Device Regulation (MDR). Since the original medical device directive’s...
Seneca Biopharma announced today (1/20) its preliminary top-line results for their Phase 2 ischemic stroke study. The trial, which took place in Beijing, China, focused on evaluating the relative safety of NSI-566, a neural stem cell therapy, in patients afflicted...
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released its artificial intelligence/machine learning five-part action plan for software as a medical device (SaMD). The FDA announced in the plan its intention to create a tailored regulatory framework for SaMD, as well as...
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) issued a draft guidance yesterday (1/14) for medicines intended to be used in low- to middle-income countries outside the European Union (EU). The Article 58 process calls for EMA’s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use...