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January 21, 2003
A nonwoven fabric, with a repeating pattern of three interconnected fiber arrays and a first fiber array comprising several parallel fiber segments has been patented. A second fiber array is adjacent to the first fiber array and contains several twis…  Read More »
January 21, 2003
Patented is an absorbent article with a longitudinal and a transverse direction. The article comprises a mid portion and two end portions and is adapted to be worn within a user’s panties. The article contains an absorbent upper and lower part, whi…  Read More »
January 21, 2003
A disposable absorbent article arranged to be worn by a wearer to trap and collect fluid waste products has been patented. The article accommodates multiple insults of fluid waste products and contains a longitudinal axis, a topsheet, a fluid-acquis…  Read More »
January 21, 2003
Patented is an absorbent article. The article contains a main body with a support sheet containing a liquid-absorbent layer surrounded by a liquid-permeable sheet. Leakage-preventing sidewalls extend in a longitudinal direction from the main body and…  Read More »
January 21, 2003
A pant-like, disposable absorbent article has been patented. The article features a front and back waist region, a crotch region and a longitudinal and a lateral direction. The article also comprises an absorbent chassis, which defines an absorbent c…  Read More »
January 21, 2003
Patented is an absorbent article with a front and rear part surrounding a crotch part. The article includes an absorbent body that is enclosed between an outer, liquid-impermeable casing sheet and an inner, liquid-permeable casing sheet. This latter…  Read More »
January 21, 2003
A disposable absorbent article with a longitudinal axis comprising a front, back and connecting crotch portion has been patented. The crotch portion has a first and a second side edge. Each of the first and second side edges has an end point adjacent…  Read More »
January 14, 2003
A disposable absorbent pad to trap and collect fluid waste products has been patented. The pad is an elongated planar member with a periphery including a top and bottom and a pair of longitudinal extending side edges. The top edge extends transversel…  Read More »
January 14, 2003
A composite sheet comprising a nonwoven fabric has been patented. Several fine, flexible and continuous filaments extend parallel to one another in a first direction and are spaced apart in the second and the first direction. The nonwoven fabric and…  Read More »
January 14, 2003
Patented is a tampon. The tampon contains an absorbent pledget with a proximal end for placement near the cervical bone and a distal end opposite the proximal end. The tampon features a menstrual fluid indicator that is in contact with the absorbent…  Read More »
January 14, 2003
An absorbent article comprising a liquid-permeable topsheet, a liquid-impermeable backsheet and a liquid-retentive absorbent layer has been patented. The absorbent layer comprises a superabsorbent polymer and hydrophilic fiber or foam that does not s…  Read More »
January 14, 2003
Patented is an absorbent article with a bodyside surface positioned adjacent to the wearer. The bodyside surface has a laterally central and a longitudinal axis. The article comprises a backsheet and a liquid-permeable topsheet surrounding an absorbe…  Read More »
January 14, 2003
A disposable absorbent article has been patented. The article defines front and rear waist sections surrounding an intermediate section, a pair of laterally opposed side edges and longitudinally opposed waist edges and a longitudinal and lateral dire…  Read More »
January 14, 2003
Patented is an absorbent article. The article contains a front and a rear end part and an intermediate crotch part placed between the wearer’s thighs. The article features longitudinally extending edge regions with longitudinally and transversely e…  Read More »
January 7, 2003
A refastenable absorbent with a longitudinal axis article comprising a front portion has been patented. The front portion contains a central section with first and second side edges and lateral sections, which are adjacent to one of the first and sec…  Read More »