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November 12, 2002
A sanitary device for males with urinary incontinence has been patented. The device comprises an absorbent sheath for wrapping around and enclosing the penis. The sheath is made from a continuous piece of water-impermeable material that is lined with…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
Patented is an absorbent pad assembly with a longitudinal axis. The pad assembly comprises a first and second absorbent pad material with a first and second preselected absorbency. The first and second absorbent pad materials are helically wound alon…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
A garment with a first and second region has been patented. The material can be softened and drawn under a vacuum and can extend in the first region. The material has a surface that has been mechanically modified to form several surface protrusions…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
A disposable garment having a front and back region surrounding a crotch region has been patented. The garment comprises a chassis with a topsheet and a backsheet surrounding and an absorbent core. The chassis has a central panel with side edges and…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
Protective underwear that is used to collect loose or liquid waste has been patented. The underwear comprises a pants-shaped chassis with a front and rear waist, belly, rear back, crotch portion and a pair of leg openings disposed on opposite sides o…  Read More »
November 12, 2002
Patented is an absorbent article. The article features a transverse forward and rear end, longitudinal first and second side extremity, two forward and rear corners joining each other, respectively, to the first and second side extremities. A waist b…  Read More »
November 5, 2002
Patented is a flexible and breathable absorbent article for use in an undergarment. The article comprises protective side flaps, a breathable backsheet with a garment facing surface, and an absorbent core. The garment facing surface contains an adhes…  Read More »
November 5, 2002
A feminine hygiene pad with a wider absorbent forward pad portion and a relatively narrow rear portion has been patented. The pad is adapted to be worn between the buttocks of a user. The rear portion has a rear edge and a rear width between the rear…  Read More »
November 5, 2002
A diaper construction comprising a waterproof outer layer, an inner absorbent layer and a moisture-proof pocket member has been patented. The pocket member is adhesively secured between the outer layer and inner layer. The outer layer has a line of p…  Read More »
November 5, 2002
A disposable pants-type diaper, comprising a liquid-pervious topsheet and a liquid-impervious backsheet surrounding a liquid-absorbent core, has been patented. The diaper also features a front and rear waist region surrounding a crotch region. The fr…  Read More »
October 29, 2002
An absorbent article extending in a longitudinal direction has been at the non-bonded portion. Leg openings and a waist opening are formed between the front and rear body. A tightening member is provided adjacent to the waist opening and can be used…  Read More »
October 22, 2002
Patented is a flexible sheet that can be used as a component of a disposable garment. The flexible plastic sheet comprises an upper and lower surface, a thickness of approximately 0.001- 0.05mm, a plurality of flat portions with widths of approximate…  Read More »
October 22, 2002
Patented is a nonwoven fiber capable of generating fine fibers with a diameter of 5mm or less. The fiber contains a high melting point polypropylene component with a melting point of 166°C or more. The cross-sectional shape of the fiber is an island…  Read More »
October 22, 2002
Patented is a disposable absorbent article comprising a liquid -pervious topsheet and a liquid-impervious backsheet, surrounding a liquid-absorbent core that is used to collect bodily fluids. The backsheet is provided with fastening members adapted…  Read More »
October 22, 2002
A multipurpose sheet material comprising an absorbent layer with opposing first and second surfaces has been patented. The sheet material features a cut-resistant material in contact with the absorbent layer, and a cut-resistant support system with a…  Read More »