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November 29, 2011
Disposable pants have been patented by a Japanese researcher. The pants comprisea front abdominal section and a rear section having stretchability, said front abdominal section and said rear section being joined almost annularly;a crotch section join…  Read More »
November 29, 2011
A stretchable absorbent article has been patented by Kimberly-Clark. A biaxially stretchable absorbent article comprises an outer cover; a bodyside liner joined to the outer cover in a superimposed relation; an absorbent structure positioned in betwe…  Read More »
November 29, 2011
Avery Dennison has received a U.S. patent for a diaper fastener. The fastener convertible from an installed condition on an article, to a deployed condition, and then to a closed condition, and, once in the closed condition, convertible to an opened…  Read More »
November 29, 2011
A disposable preformed pant-type garment defining a front waist region, a back waist region, and a crotch region disposed between the front waist region and the back waist region has been patented. The garment comprising: a chassis defining laterally…  Read More »
November 22, 2011
A flexible composite multiple layer fire-resistant insulation structure has been patented. The structre comprises at least one woven fabric facing layer having a primary facing surface and a secondary facing surface; at least one dimensionally stable…  Read More »
November 22, 2011
Patented was a feminine care absorbent article comprising an absorbent structure configured for disposition adjacent a female wearer's vaginal region to absorb bodily fluids discharged by the wearer, said absorbent structure having a body-facing surf…  Read More »
November 22, 2011
A duo of researchers in Missouri have received a U.S. patent for reusable diapers comprising: at least one inner layer configured to wick moisture; at least one outer layer configured to be substantially impervious to liquids; a waist portion general…  Read More »
November 22, 2011
A method for absorbing leakage from an anus of a subject, comprising positioning a non-adhesive intergluteal absorbent pad external to the subject's anal orifice such that the pad is retained frictionally between the buttocks without an adhesive to a…  Read More »
November 22, 2011
Procter & Gamble researchers have patented a disposable wearable absorbent article, comprising a front, a back, and an extensible side configured to connect the front and the back, wherein the extensible side has a substantially laterally extensible…  Read More »
November 22, 2011
A disposable absorbent article has been patented by Procter & Gamble. The article has a longitudinal centerline, a lateral centerline, an outer surface and an inner surface, a front waist region and a back waist region, the absorbent article being fo…  Read More »
November 1, 2011
An absorbent article for preventing leakage has been patented. The the article comprises: an absorbent assembly having an absorbent assembly perimeter; and a leakage warning element disposed adjacent to a portion of the perimeter, wherein the leakage…  Read More »
November 1, 2011
Kimberly-Clark researchers have patented a diaper defining a crotch region for collecting and temporarily retaining urine from a baby. The diaper comprises a liquid permeable bodyside liner, wherein the bodyside liner defines a pocket in the crotch r…  Read More »
November 1, 2011
Patented is a disposable undergarment comprising a body panel comprising a body side surface and a garment side surface; and an absorbent insert comprising a back sheet connected to a top sheet and a retention portion disposed between said back sheet…  Read More »
November 1, 2011
An elastic single-sided stretch laminate has been patented. The laminate comprises an elastic layer with an array of continuous filament strands with an elastic meltblown layer deposited on them. This elastic meltlbown layer comprises an elastic poly…  Read More »
November 1, 2011
A disposable incontinent underwear product comprising a front panel with a top end, a bottom end and two respective sides hasa been patented. The front panel defines a front waist region of a disposable incontinent underwear product at the top end of…  Read More »