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October 18, 2011
A reusable breast shield has been patented. The shield can cover a nipple, areola, and surrounding area of a human breast. The shield comprises a silicone rubber body with an inner layer adapted to contact the nipple, areola and surrounding breast ar…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
An absorbent article comprising an absorbent composite has been patented wherein the absorbent composite comprises substantially water insoluble, water swellable, non-regenerated, carboxyalkyl cellulose fibers, which appear like cellulose fibers. The…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
An absorbent article comprising liquid-permeable and a liquid impermeable surface layers surrounding an absorption body has been patented. The absorption body contains an liquid permeable layer and an absorptive structure wit the hability to expand u…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
An incontinence item in the form of pants has received a U.S. pant. The pants-style item has a from belly section, a rear back section and a crotch section. The rear back section is connected to the front belly section during manufacture at the side…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
An absorbent article where at least one part is hydrophilic and on is hydrophobic has been patented. At least one hydrophilic region and one hydrophobic region are present as a coating on the said part of the absorbent article and wherein at least on…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
A separation membrane support substrate composite of a laminated nonwovens fabric with a front coating layer, a middle layer and aback layer which are formed by heat bonding and subjected to calendered treatment has been patented. The front layer con…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
Patented is a press fabric for a machine to make fibrous web materials. The fabric has a first layer of fibrous material with a web material contact surface and at least one second layer of fibrous material located between the carrying structure and…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
A fibrous nonwoven has been patented. The nonwoven comprises at least one meltblown fibrous material having an average diameter of about 0.5-40 um and at least one secondary fibrous material. The weight ratio of the one secondary fibrous material to…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
A sanitary napkin with a longitudinal axis defining a longitudinal orientation and longitudinally-oriented side edges, a transverse axis orthogonal to the said longitudinal axis, a thickness measured orthogonal to a plan defined by the said longitudi…  Read More »
October 18, 2011
A_diaper of adult incontinence item has been patented by researchers for Procter &_GAmble. This garment is designed for the acquisition and storage of bodily exudates and comprises a topsheet, a backsheet and an absorbent core disposed between the to…  Read More »
September 13, 2011
A disposable absorbent article comprising a chassis including a topsheet and backsheet and a cellulose-free absorbent core has been patented by Procter & Gamble researchers. The core contains a polymer material witha saline flow conductivity greater…  Read More »
September 13, 2011
Researchers at Procter & Gamble in Germany have received a U.S. patent for an absorbent core with a backsheet, a topsheet, an absorbent core and a urine permeable coversheet. The coversheet is partially attached to the article forming attached areas…  Read More »
September 13, 2011
A hygienic band with a three-dimensional structure and a pad with an absorbent layer and cover has been patented by a Korean researcher. The band has a rear folded part at the central region, which is triangular in shape. The first and second folded…  Read More »
September 13, 2011
A pull-on disposable diaper with a waist opening and pair of leg openings has been patented. The diaper comprises a front section and a rear section, each with a first and second region. The first regions are closer to the waist opening and the secon…  Read More »
September 13, 2011
Paul Hartmann researchers have received a U.S. patent for an incontinence product in the form of pants designed to receive excrements. The article comprises a front belly section, a rear back section connected to the front section at a side seam and…  Read More »