Patents

Sanitary Device For Urinary Incontinent Males

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 a layer of absorbent material. The sheath has a generally rectangular front face and an identical rectangular rear face with an open bottom edge adjacent to a side edge. The sheath has a closed side edge, which is adjacent to the top edge, connecting the front and rear face.
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