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Miguel Alvaro Robles, Kimberly Ann Dreier, Carl Louis Bergman, Donald Carroll Roe, Constance Lee Dakin: Absorbent article with multi-directional extensible side panels. The Procter & Gamble company, David M Weirich, Michael S Kolodesh, Jacobus C Rasser, December 21, 1999: US06004306 (446 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles such as disposable diapers, incontinent briefs, diaper holders, training pants, feminine hygiene garments, and the like, having extensible side panel features that improve the dynamic fit of the diaper around the legs and waist of the wearer. Such absorbent articles include a cont ...


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Mark James Kline, Miguel Alvaro Robles, Thomas Henrich: Elastomeric side panel for use with convertible absorbent articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Jacobus C Rasser, April 27, 1999: US05897545 (416 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles such as disposable diapers, incontinent briefs, diaper holders, training pants and the like, having elastomeric ear panels and a fastening system that provides the user with different options as to how the absorbent article may be fitted to and removed from the wearer. The absorbe ...


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George C Dobrin, Karen M Davis, David M Weirich: Absorbent article having breathable side panels. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Jacobus C Rasser, November 5, 1996: US05571096 (403 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent articles having breathable side panels. The disposable absorbent article preferably comprises a containment assembly including a topsheet, a backsheet and an absorbent core disposed between the topsheet and the backsheet. The absorbent core has a pair of opposing longitudinal ...


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Gregory Ashton: Disposable pull-on pant. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Ken K Patel, September 19, 2000: US06120487 (381 worldwide citation)

Pull-on garments provided with breathability in the side panels, the back waistband panel, and preferably the leg flap panels. The moisture vapor transmission rate of the side panels in conjunction with the overall vapor transmission rate of the rest of the absorbent article assists to reduce the in ...


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Mark James Kline, Miguel Alvaro Robles, Thomas Henrich: Elastomeric side panel for use with convertible absorbent articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, Michael S Kolodesh, David M Weirich, Jacobus C Rasser, September 28, 1999: US05957908 (360 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles such as disposable diapers, incontinent briefs, diaper holders, training pants and the like, having elastomeric ear panels and a fastening system that provides the user with different options as to how the absorbent article may be fitted to and removed from the wearer. The absorbe ...


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Michael G Nease, Richard T Moran, Carl L Bergman: Zero scrap method for manufacturing side panels for absorbent articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Jacobus C Rasser, December 3, 1996: US05580411 (359 worldwide citation)

A zero scrap method for manufacturing side panels for use with absorbent articles including the following steps. First, a web of material having predetermined portions is provided in a machine direction. The predetermined portions are then activated to provide stretch in the side panels. The web is ...


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Larry Kenneth Johnson, Stephen Joseph Lange, David Michael Weirich: Flangeless seam for use in disposable articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Jacobus C Rasser, September 19, 2000: US06120489 (342 worldwide citation)

A flangeless seam especially useful in disposable articles, such as training pants, incontinence articles and the like. The first member preferably has a first proximal portion and a first distal portion. The first distal portion is preferably folded upon at least a portion of the first proximal por ...


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Donald C Roe, Andreas Muscat: Disposable article having a biosensor. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Ian S Robinson, Ken K Patel, March 30, 2004: US06713660 (182 worldwide citation)

A disposable article to be fitted to a wearer comprising a biosensor including at least one bio-recognition element. The biosensor is adapted to detect a target biological analyte in bodily waste or on the wearer's skin.


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Paul Dennis Trokhan, Dean Van Phan, Osman Polat: Process for making unitary fibrous structure comprising randomly distributed cellulosic fibers and non-randomly distributed synthetic fibers. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, Betty J Zea, David M Weirich, June 27, 2006: US07067038 (171 worldwide citation)

A process for making a unitary fibrous structure comprises steps of: providing a fibrous web comprising a plurality of cellulosic fibers randomly distributed throughout the fibrous web and a plurality of synthetic fibers randomly distributed throughout the fibrous web; and causing co-joining of at l ...


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Osman Polat, Timothy Jude Lorenz, Dean Phan, Paul Dennis Trokhan: Method for making a fibrous structure comprising cellulosic and synthetic fibers. The Procter & Gamble Company, C Brant Cook, David M Weirich, Betty J Zea, April 8, 2008: US07354502 (160 worldwide citation)

A method for making a fibrous structure, the method comprising the steps of: providing a mixture of synthetic fibers and short cellulosic fibers onto a forming member so as to form one or more layers including the mixture of synthetic fibers and short cellulosic fibers; providing a plurality of long ...