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March 16, 2004
A disposable diaper having a front, a back and lateral sides has been patented. The diaper includes a liquid-permeable topsheet, a liquid-impermeable backsheet and an absorbent core.…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
A honeycomb structure made from a nonwoven fabric containing biologically soluble fiber, wherein the volume shrinkage rate when heated for 3 hours at 800° C. is less than 10%.…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. A fiber comprising: a core that is formed from a core material, and a sheath that is formed from a sheath material and at least partially surrounds the core, wherein the sheath material comprises a fluoropolymer; and wherein the sheath material ha…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. An impregnation type face mask having at least one knob portion projecting outward and being folded, said face mask comprising a reinforced cellulose nonwoven fabric as a sheet base material, said sheet base material having a basis weight of 60 g/…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. An absorbent article having a skin care composition disposed on at least a portion of the article, the skin care composition is solid or semi-solid at 20° C. and comprises (i) from about 0.001% to about 50% of an enzyme inhibitor, (ii) from about…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. An absorbent article having a first waist region, a second waist region opposed to the first waist region, a crotch region disposed between the first waist region and the second waist region, a longitudinal centerline, a lateral centerline, a pair…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. An absorbent article oriented along imaginary X-, Y-, and Z-axes, said absorbent article comprising: (a) a liquid permeable cover; (b) a liquid impermeable baffle; and (c) an absorbent core having a length along said Y-axis, a width along said X-a…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. A disposable absorbent garment, comprising: a topsheet; a backsheet; and an absorbent core disposed between said topsheet and said backsheet, said topsheet, said backsheet and said absorbent core being assembled together to form a layered assembly…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. An absorbent device insertable into the interlabial space of a female wearer, said absorbent device having a length, a width, a thickness, and a longitudinal centerline, said absorbent device comprising a backsheet and a tab joined to said backshe…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. An absorbent article, comprising: (a) a liquid pervious topsheet; (b) an absorbent composite, comprising a first stratum, a second stratum, and a transition zone intermediate and coextensive with the first stratum and the second stratum; the first…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. An absorbent article having a substantially elongated shape with a longitudinal direction and a transverse direction, the absorbent article comprising: two side edges, a front edge and a rear edge, said front edge defining a front portion, said re…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. An absorbent article comprising: a multi-layer material comprising a topsheet, a backsheet, and an absorbent layer disposed between said topsheet and said backsheet; and a plurality of elongated resilient fluid-filled chambers abutting each other,…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. A prefastened disposable absorbent article comprising an absorbent chassis which defines a front waist region, a rear waist region, a crotch region which extends between and connects said waist regions, a pair of longitudinally opposed end edges,…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
1. A diaper fastening system for releasably securing first and second longitudinal ends of a diaper together, said fastening system including tab and landing members respectively mounted to said first and second longitudinal ends of said diaper, said…  Read More »
February 28, 2004
A honeycomb structure made from a nonwoven fabric containing biologically soluble fiber, wherein the volume shrinkage rate when heated for 3 hours at 800° C. is less than 10%.…  Read More »