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March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for a disposable absorbent article that has a transverse centerline, a first region, and a second region and a front region and a ear region. The front region is positioned forward of the transverse centerline, and the front…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A nonwoven web comprising a more than one first regions and more than one second regions comprised of the same material and being visually distinct from each other has been patented. The first regions will exhibit resistive forces in response to an…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A disposable diaper having a front, a back and lateral sides and further including a liquid-permeable topsheet (1), a liquid-impermeable backsheet (2), an absorbent core (3) sandwiched between said sheets, and excrement leakage preventing flexible fl…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
1. A panty liner that includes active additives and which comprises a liquid-permeable top sheet that lies proximal to the wearer in use, a liquid-impermeable backing sheet that lies distal from the wearer in use, wherein the panty liner comprises on…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
1. A method for improving skin condition of a wearer in the area covered by a treated absorbent article, the method comprising the following steps: (a) applying to the wearer an unused, treated absorbent article having a skin care composition that im…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A polymeric medical article which has been impregnated with a treatment solution comprising 1-5% of chlorhexidine has been patented. The chlorhexidine consists essentially of a mixture of chlorhexidine free base and a chlorhexidine salt.…  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 »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for a body fluid absorbent panel, comprised of a first sheet which is liquid-pervious and a second liquid-pervious sheet. There is a core between the first and second sheets, comprised of component fibers defining a three-dim…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
An absorbent fibrous foam, comprised of a water insoluble fiber and a superabsorbent material has been patented. The absorbent fibrous foam comprises a fluid intake capacity of at least 15 g/g, a vertical wicking distance of at least 10 cm and an abs…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for an absorbent article with a longitudinal direction and a lateral cross-direction. The article is comprised of a liquid permeable topsheet layer, a substantially liquid impermeable backsheet layer and an absorbent retentio…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A patent has been issued for a disposable absorbent article that has a transverse centerline, a first region and a second region in addition to a front region and a rear region. The front region is positioned ahead of the transverse centerline, and…  Read More »
March 16, 2004
A nonwoven web comprising a more than one first region and more than one second region comprised of the same material and being visually distinct from each other has been patented. The first regions will exhibit resistive forces in response to an ap…  Read More »
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 »