Medical technology translation expertise provided by Brightlines
In 2015 CareFusion was acquired by Becton Dickinson, to form a global leader in medication management and patient safety solutions.
The company develops market-leading technologies including infusion pumps, automated dispensing and patient identification systems, ventilation and respiratory products, skin preparation products, services for data mining surveillance, surgical instruments and an extensive line of products that support interventional medicine. Brands Brightlines translates for include: Alaris, Pyxis, AVEA, AirLife, LTV, ChloraPrep, MedMined and V. Mueller.
Brightlines has enjoyed over a decade of working alongside CareFusion, producing and translating corporate communications directed at medical professionals. The work is varied and ever-changing, sometimes focused on sales aids, at other times on presentations and advertising. Brightlines has translated these documents for a wide range of markets across EMEA. The languages, to mention just a few, include Arabic, Bengali, Gujarati, Polish and Swedish.
Medical documents translated with surgical precision
For a company producing vital medical aids which improve healthcare, worldwide communications is a must in order for a wide range of healthcare institutions to be aware of the products and services CareFusion provides. This makes it absolutely imperative that the documentation is translated with surgical precision, localised perfectly for each market, with a local agenda in mind. This is why CareFusion chooses Brightlines to work on its vital internal communications as well its sales material – Brightlines provides exemplary services and has worked with transnational corporations and global brands from all around the world. Brightlines doesn’t just have the expertise when it comes to language, either, we have multilingual medical experts, published scientists and those with in-depth specialist knowledge working on your projects.
Shire - Healthcare
Shire requires particularly specialised medical translation as it focuses on rare diseases.