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March 30, 2004
A heat shrinkable polyester film has been patented. The film is comprised of a polyester layer with voids and a polyester layer with a smaller porosity than the first and is formed on the surface of the first layer. The film has a brightness of not l…  Read More »
March 30, 2004
A patent has been issued for an absorbent article with a fluid-receiving surface that faces the wearer during use, and a garment-oriented surface that faces the opposite direction of fluid receiving surface. The article is made of a fluid storage reg…  Read More »
March 30, 2004
A patent has been issued for a sanitary tampon comprised of a single layer absorber folded into a number of layers and compressed into a column shape while maintaining a layered structure. The single layer absorber includes an absorbent layer made of…  Read More »
March 30, 2004
A patent has been issued for an adhesive closure tape tab comprised of an elastic laminate made of an elastic film with an expandable fibrous layer of nonwoven thermoplastic polymer fibers. The other side has two non-elastic adhesive tape, each compr…  Read More »
March 23, 2004
A patent has been issued for a three-dimensional protective pad being constructed as a laminate structure that includes a top layer of a neoprene with a nylon skin attached. The top layer is stretchable in all directions and a second layer of a non-s…  Read More »
March 23, 2004
A patent has been issued for an absorbent article comprising an outer cover with an interior surface, an opposite exterior surface and a first color. It also includes an absorbent assembly disposed on the interior surface and an active graphic dispo…  Read More »
March 23, 2004
A patent has been issued for a disposable undergarment comprised of a liquid-pervious top sheet, a liquid-impervious backsheet and a liquid-absorbent panel. The panel is disposed between the topsheet and backsheet. The liquid-absorbent panel is compr…  Read More »
March 23, 2004
1. A three dimensional protective pad being constructed as a laminate structure including a first top layer of a neoprene having a nylon skin adhered thereto, said top layer is stretchable in all directions a second layer of a non-stretch neoprene-et…  Read More »
March 23, 2004
1. An absorbent article comprising: an outer cover having an interior surface, an opposite exterior surface and a first color; an absorbent assembly disposed on the interior surface; and an active graphic disposed on the outer cover and comprising a…  Read More »
March 23, 2004
1. A disposable undergarment comprising: a liquid-pervious top sheet; a liquid-impervious backsheet; and a liquid-absorbent panel disposed between said topsheet and said backsheet, said liquid-absorbent panel comprising: a body fluid absorbing/holdin…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for a polymeric medical article, which has been impregnated with a treatment solution comprising between 1-5 % of chlorhexidine, wherein the chlorhexidine consists essentially of a mixture of chlorhexidine free base and a chl…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for an absorbent atricle comprising a compound assimilated only by a microorganism in the normal flora of the skin, wherein the compound has a 1-2-glucose skeleton.…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A body fluid absorbent panel, comprising a liquid pervious sheet, a second sheet and a core disposed between the first and second sheets has been patented. The core is comprised of component fibers defining a three-dimensional network structure and a…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for an absorbent fibrous foam, comprised of a water insoluble fiber and a superabsorbent material. The absorbent fibrous foam comprises a fluid intake capacity of at least 15 g/g, a vertical wicking distance of at least 10 cm…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
An absorbent article with a longitudinal direction and a lateral cross-direction has been patented. It is comprised of a liquid permeable topsheet layer and a substantially liquid impermeable backsheet layer surrounding an absorbent retention portion…  Read More »