Brazil Design creates new health packs

A consignment of basic wound care education packs being shipped to Brazil has been designed by a namesake company, Brazil Design.

The Cardiff consultancy has developed the packs, holding ten educational modules in a stout cardboard box, for the Texan arm of multinational pharmaceuticals giant Johnson & Johnson.

The packs have been sent to Brazil as part of a project which aims to reduce the amount of suffering from basic wounds in developing countries.

US wound care expert Dr Liza G Ovington has developed the literature for the packs. It has been translated into Portugese, Spanish and Chinese for international use.

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