Patents

Diaper For An Incontinent Person

September 17, 2002

A diaper containing a liquid barrier with front, crotch and back areas and a periphery has been patented. The diaper contains a lining that permits the passage of liquid and is secured to the periphery of the liquid barrier. The diaper’s capillary tubes have first capillary tube inlets and are positioned between the front area of the liquid barrier. The lining and a first capillary tube discharge inside a collector. A second group of capillary tubes have a second capillary tube inlet positioned between the crotch area and the liquid barrier.
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