Patents

Disposable Worn Absorbent Article Including Stand-Up Cuffs

January 11, 2005

A disposable worn article has been patented. The article features an absorbent body including a core and a liquid impermeable backsheet and a cuff including a contact portion and a stand-up portion. The contact portion is connected to the stand-up portion. In the vicinity of a central portion of the cuff, a free end of the contact portion and a connecting portion between the contact portion and the stand-up portion are arranged in the order of the free end and the connecting portion in a direction that transverses a direction in which the cuff extends and that extends from an inside to an outside of the absorbent body. In the vicinity of an end portion of the cuff, the free end and the connecting portion are arranged in the order of the connecting portion and the free end in the direction that transverses the direction in which the cuff extends and that extends from the inside to the outside of the absorbent body.
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