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December 17, 2002
Patented is an absorbent structure for a disposable product to absorb bodily fluids. The structure features a fluid storage layer including matrix fibers, a superabsorbent polymer for receiving fluids and a distribution strip positioned below the flu…  Read More »
December 17, 2002
An outer surface sheet for absorbent articles has been patented. The sheet contains a central part and two side parts of inelastic materials. Each of the parts have two longitudinal edge portions and adjacent longitudinal edge portions, with respecti…  Read More »
December 17, 2002
Patented is a sanitary napkin for wearing in the crotch portion of an undergarment. The napkin consists of a first liquid-permeable sheet of material, a second liquid-permeable sheet of material that is disposed adjacent to the first sheet and an ab…  Read More »
December 17, 2002
A diaper with a liquid-impermeable backsheet and a hydrophobic topsheet, surrounding an absorbent body, has been patented. The topsheet comprises two separate sheets, each having a concave portion between spaced convex portions. The two sheets are ar…  Read More »
December 17, 2002
Patented is an absorbent article comprising a liquid-permeable topsheet and a liquid-impermeable backsheet surrounding an absorbent body. The article has a front and rear portion and a crotch portion in between, and is provided with a pair of belt po…  Read More »
December 17, 2002
A disposable absorbent article has been patented. The article comprises a liquid-pervious structured carrier with an inner surface oriented toward the interior of the disposable absorbent article. The article also features an outer surface oriented…  Read More »
December 10, 2002
Patented is a continuous chain of connected absorbent pouches. Each of the pouches is adapted to absorb liquids. The pouches comprise a first and second panel and a superabsorbent material. The panels are attached to each other along their respective…  Read More »
December 10, 2002
A child protective cover, comprising an upper layer of soft absorbent material and a lower layer of moisture-impervious materials, has been patented. The upper and lower layers form a panel with opposite sides and edges. A border area extends part wa…  Read More »
December 10, 2002
Patented is a disposable urine management device comprising a bag with an inside and outside layer and an aperture. The aperture is surrounded by an adhesively-faced flange for releasable attachment to the uro-genital area of the wearer and is charac…  Read More »
December 10, 2002
A sanitary napkin comprising a central absorbent element has been patented. The napkin has a cover layer and a barrier layer surrounding an absorbent core. The central absorbent element has opposite longitudinally extending edges and opposite lateral…  Read More »
December 10, 2002
Patented is an absorbent article comprising a topsheet and a backsheet surrounding an absorbent core. The article’s main body contains a discrete front and rear waist portion with a top and a bottom edge. The front and rear waist portions and the…  Read More »
December 10, 2002
A disposable absorbent article that traps and collects loose or liquid waste has been patented. The article comprises an absorbent chassis, a first barrier panel and an exposable skin-friendly adhesive. The chassis has a front and back waist portion…  Read More »
December 3, 2002
An absorbent article comprising a fluid-permeable topsheet, a fluid-impermeable backsheet and a corrugated absorbent material has been patented. The absorbent material contains a plurality of alternating peaks and valleys that are disposed between th…  Read More »
December 3, 2002
Patented is a water-decomposable absorbent article. The article comprises an absorbent body that includes a water-decomposable topsheet and a water-decomposable backsheet surrounding a water-decomposable adsorbent core. The article also features an a…  Read More »
December 3, 2002
A disposable personal article, comprising a polymer with a glass transition temperature ranging from 25-45°C, has been patented. The polymer is located on a surface of the article and aids in sealing the product against the wearer’s skin during us…  Read More »