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September 12, 2012
Patented is an absorbent single-use article comprising: an absorbent element for storing bodily fluids; a backsheet which is fluid impermeable at least in sections, the fluid impermeable backsheet having a microporous breathable film, wherein the bre…  Read More »
September 12, 2012
Patented is an absorbent product comprising: a package with a first panel opposed to a second panel. The package comprises a first window area in the first panel, a second window area in the second panel, and an ultraviolet barrier area at least part…  Read More »
September 12, 2012
An absorbent article configured to be worn by a user has been patented by Daio Paper.  The article has a front side corresponding to a front side of a body of the user when the article is worn by the user and a rear side corresponding to a rear…  Read More »
September 12, 2012
A California researcher has received a patent for a feminine sanitary device comprising: a body having a substantially fluid-absorbing core interposed between a substantially fluid-impermeable backing and a substantially fluid-permeable cover f…  Read More »
August 6, 2012
SCA researchers have patented an absorbent article comprising transverse and longitudinal directions; said article also having front, crotch and rear portions. The article comprising an absorbent core of unitary construction, said absorbent core bein…  Read More »
August 6, 2012
Patented is a disposable absorbent article comprising: a. a liquid permeable topsheet; b. a liquid impervious outer cover; c. an absorbent core disposed between said topsheet and outer cover; and d. a ba…  Read More »
August 6, 2012
German researchers have received a U.S. patent for an absorbent incontinence diaper with an improved closure system. The article comprises: a main part having an inner face directed toward a user body and an outer face directed away from the user bod…  Read More »
July 9, 2012
A pull-on disposable article has been patented. The article comprises a base sheet defining a front waist region, a rear waist region and a crotch region extending between said front and rear waist regions; a liquid-absorbent panel attached to an inn…  Read More »
July 9, 2012
Patented is an absorbent structure in an absorbent article. The structure comprises a compressed foam material which expands upon wetting. The foam material comprises at least two integrated layers having different mean pore sizes, wherein the layers…  Read More »
July 9, 2012
A researcher for SCA has received a U.S. patent for an absorbent article comprising an elastic laminate; the pants-style absorbent article comprising a chassis structure, the chassis structure comprising a front panel having a front end edge and firs…  Read More »
July 9, 2012
A Cincinnati, OH-based researcher has received a patent for an incontinence product for males adapted to protect the male genitalia, inferior abdomen or pelvis after surgery, wherein the incontinence product is placed against or in proximity to the b…  Read More »
July 9, 2012
Patented is an insert comprising a scrotal catch and a non-flexible cup, wherein the scrotal catch is liquid permeable and flexible, such that the scrotal catch conforms to a contour of a scrotum, and wherein the scrotal catch is configured to suppor…  Read More »
July 9, 2012
An absorbent article adapted to protect the male genitalia, inferior abdomen, or pelvis after surgery has been patented. The absorbent article is placed against or in proximity to a male body to absorb and contain urine and fecal matter, the absorben…  Read More »
July 9, 2012
A fluid absorption mat for use in a medical environment has been patented by a Swedish company. The fluid absorption mat is a substantially planar mat having at least one fluid absorption layer, comprising: at least two absorption portions, disposed…  Read More »
July 9, 2012
A pull-on disposable absorbent article with a first waist region, a second waist region, and a crotch region disposed therebetween has been patented by Procter & Gamble. The pull-on disposable absorbent article comprises: - a containment as…  Read More »