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March 16, 2004
A patent has been assigned for a disposable absorbent article that has a transverse centerline, a first region, a second region, a front region and a rear region. The front region is positioned forward of the transverse centerline, with the front reg…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for a nonwoven web comprised of more than one first regions and more than one second regions made of the same material but is visually distinct from each other. The first region will exhibit resistive forces in response to an…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A disposable diaper with a front, a back, lateral sides and a liquid-permeable topsheet has been patented. The liquid-impermeable backsheet and an absorbent core is sandwiched between the sheets. Flexible flaps located on the outside of the absorbent…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A panty liner with active additives has been patented. It is comprised of a liquid-permeable top sheet that lies next to the wearer during use and a liquid-impermeable backing sheet that lies behind the wearer in use. The panty liner is made up of on…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A method for improving skin condition of a wearer by covering it with a treated absorbent article has been patented. This is achieved by having the wearer apply an unused absorbent article treated with a skin care composition that improves skin smoot…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A roll of wet wipes comprising at least 300 linear inches of wet wipes has been patented. The wipes having a width of not more than about 4.5 inches, are formed in a spiral, and have a peel force between the wipes of at least 100 grams. The rolls dia…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
Patented is a a carpet product comprising a primary backing tufted with yarn to form a face pile on one side of the backing and loop backs on the other. There is a polymer coating on the other side of the backing to secure the loop backs and a layer…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
An impact absorbing member for a vehicle comprising more than one synthetic resin foams arranged in a stack has been patented. Each foam is comprised of a hard skin layer and a foamed layer entirely enclosed within the skin layer, wherein more than o…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for a textile mesh structure comprising linearly extending warp threads. There are linearly extending weft threads positioned substantially at a right angle to the warp threads. Fixing threads are arranged to join the warp an…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A reinforced concrete structure has been patented. The structure is comprised of a composite having more than one longitudinally oriented fibers embedded in a matrix of a depolymerizable and repolymerizable. rigid thermoplastic polyurethane resin tha…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for a polyester fiber tow comprised of a number of crimped polyester fibers with uniform primary and secondary crimps. Each uniform secondary crimp includes more than one of the substantially uniform primary crimps with a ten…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for a conductive article comprising a non-woven aggregate of nanotube segments wherein nanotube segments contact other nanotube segments to define more than one conductive pathways along the article.…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has bee issued for an absorbent article which comprises a liquid-permeable topsheet, a liquid-impermeable antileakage sheet and a liquid-retentive absorbent core. The absorbent article is provided with upstanding guards along longitudinal le…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A polymeric medical article which has been impregnated with a treatment solution comprising between 1 and 5 percent of chlorhexidine has been patented. The chlorhexidine consists essentially of a mixture of chlorhexidine free base and a chlorhexidine…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for an absorbent article 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 »