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January 7, 2003
Patented is a disposable pull-on undergarment with front and rear waist regions that contain transversely opposite side edge portions. The front and rear waist regions are opposed to each other and a crotch region extends between the front and rear w…  Read More »
January 7, 2003
Patented is an absorbent garment, comprising a waste containment section with front and rear portions and a central region. First and second side panels are joined to the front and rear portions of the waste containment section and defines a waist op…  Read More »
January 7, 2003
A disposable, liquid absorbent article with a front, middle and rear portion has been patented. The article features a liquid-impervious cover sheet and an inner sheet that is connected to the cover sheet surrounding an absorbent body. A major axis e…  Read More »
January 7, 2003
A sanitary napkin, adapted to be worn in a crotch portion of an undergarment, has been patented. The sanitary napkin has a thickness less than 3mm, a test capacity of more than 8g, a total capacity of more than 14g and a flexural resistance from 400-…  Read More »
December 31, 2002
Patented is a disposable sanitary napkin with a length, a width and an absorbent core disposed between a topsheet and a lining sheet. The napkin includes longitudinally extending corrugations along the entire length and thickness of the napkin. The…  Read More »
December 31, 2002
A package comprising an absorbent article and a packaging member has been patented. The article comprises a backsheet and a liquid-permeable topsheet surrounding an absorbent layer. Confronting faces of each side edge region of the packaging member a…  Read More »
December 31, 2002
A disposable surface wipe article comprising a sensor with a biosensor with an immunosensor has been patented. The sensor is adapted to detect bodily waste contamination on a surface contacted by the article and provides a signal to an article user i…  Read More »
December 24, 2002
An absorbent article comprising a cover with a body-facing surface, an absorbent core and a backsheet with a garment-facing surface, has been patented. The article also comprises flocked fibers, which comprise superabsorbent polymer fibers. The flock…  Read More »
December 24, 2002
A body fluid absorbent garment, contoured by transversely opposite and longitudinally extending side edges, has been patented. The garment features longitudinally opposite and transversely extending ends and a basic structure with a liquid-pervious t…  Read More »
December 24, 2002
Patented is an absorbent article consisting of a silhouette with a first and a second portion. The second portion is in opposite relation to the first portion and a pair of opposed longitudinally extending sides connect the first and second portions.…  Read More »
December 24, 2002
An individually packaged absorbent article has been patented. The article consists of an absorbent article extending in a longitudinal direction with a main body portion having a pair of longitudinal side edges, a pair of end edges, a garment surfac…  Read More »
December 24, 2002
A disposable undergarment with a longitudinal direction and a front and rear region surrounding a crotch region has been patented. The undergarment comprises a concavity depressed toward a surface that is remote from a wearer’s skin when the underg…  Read More »
December 24, 2002
A disposable waste containment article has been patented. The article comprises a waste containment structure with a backsheet and an absorbent core and a pair of liquid-pervious containment flaps joined to the structure where the thickness when wet…  Read More »
December 24, 2002
Patented is an absorbent article. The article contains a longitudinal axis with a front portion that has a first and second end and a first and second side edge. The first and second lateral sections are releasably attached to the front portion and a…  Read More »
December 24, 2002
Patented is a refastenable absorbent article with a longitudinal axis. The article comprises a front portion with a central section including first and second side edges and lateral sections, which are positioned adjacent to one of the first and seco…  Read More »