Patents

Disposable Surface Wipe Article Having A Waste Contamination Sensor

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 indicating the presence of the waste contamination on the surface. The signal is provided within less than 30 seconds from the time the article contacts the bodily waste.
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