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Frank C Williams: Shaped disposal diaper. Johnson & Johnson, Martha A Michaels, Lawrence D Schuler, May 5, 1987: US04662877 (144 worldwide citation)

A disposable diaper has a moisture impermeable backing sheet, a fibrous absorbent batt and a flexible hydrophobic facing sheet overlying the batt, the components being secured together to form a sandwich structure; the facing sheet has an aperture in the central crotch region of the diaper with zone ...


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Frederick K Mesek: Disposable diaper with folded absorbent batt. McNeil PPC, Lawrence D Schuler, October 2, 1990: US04960477 (124 worldwide citation)

An improved absorbent unit for a disposable diaper, or the like, wherein a fibrous batt is initially generally rectangularly shaped, and is cut so as to define side flaps which are folded over into overlapping relationship with one another in the central portion of the batt to define a multiple laye ...


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William B Mattingly III, Alex W Cabe Jr, Richard B Chapas, Arthur J Sampson Jr: Coextruded apertured film sanitary napkin cover. Johnson & Johnson, Lawrence D Schuler, September 1, 1987: US04690679 (105 worldwide citation)

An apertured film, suitable for use as a sanitary napkin cover which passes body fluids, is provided. The film comprises a first layer of a first polymeric material and a second layer of a second polymeric material. Both layers are apertured for the transmission of body fluids therethrough. The firs ...


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Hien V Nguyen: Superabsorbent laminate structure. Chicopee, Lawrence D Schuler, December 29, 1992: US05175046 (92 worldwide citation)

A laminated structure in which a superabsorbent material is provided as a layer of discrete discontinuous chunks or elements attached to a continuous porous support layer. The superabsorbent element is provided by saturating a porous substrate with an acrylic acid monomer solution, polymerizing and ...


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John M Lesniak, Franklin Boardman, Wayne G Koci, James E McCann: Immobilizing particulate absorbents by conversion to hydrates. Johnson & Johnson, Lawrence D Schuler, May 2, 1989: US04826880 (86 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to absorbent compositions, to methods for handling and immobilizing particulate absorbents, and to absorbent articles produced from the absorbent compositions. Absorbent materials such as cross-linked, water-insoluble and water-swellable particulate polymers are immobilized and ...


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Everson Amaral, Rosana R Das Neves: Fastening and sealing system for diapers. Chicopee, Lawrence D Schuler, July 25, 1989: US04850992 (77 worldwide citation)

A disposable diaper comprising an absorbent core disposed between a liquid-impermeable backing sheet and a liquid-permeable facing sheet and having means for closing and fastening the diaper around the waist which are independent from means for sealing the diaper around the thighs of the wearer. The ...


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Eduardo C A Aledo, Philippe Pommez: Double fastening system with a slit. Chicopee, Lawrence D Schuler, July 25, 1989: US04850988 (69 worldwide citation)

A double fastening system with a slit for using in disposable articles such as disposable diapers having a backing sheet, a liquid permeable cover and an absorbent core disposed therebetween. The fastening system comprises two adhesive regions (15, 16) symmetrically opposite with relation to the lon ...


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Joann E Salek: Auxiliary absorbent article. Chicopee, Lawrence D Schuler, July 3, 1990: US04938756 (61 worldwide citation)

An auxiliary absorbent article for use atop a primary absorbent article such as a diaper, said auxiliary absorbent article comprising an upper facing layer, a superabsorbent layer and an undersurface, said superabsorbent layer comprising a superabsorbent material dispersed at a matrix such that flui ...


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Shirley A Koci: Adult incontinent absorbent article. Personal Products Company, Martha A Michaels, Lawrence D Schuler, March 15, 1988: US04731070 (56 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article particularly suitable for use by male and female adult incontinents. The absorbent article includes a urine receptacle pocket offset to one end of the product and formed by folding the product and adhering together portions of a moisture impervious sheet that are folded over sid ...


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Elisabeth M Pollock, David J Lentz: Method for inhibiting mineralization of natural tissue during implantation. Extracorporeal Medical Specialties, Lawrence D Schuler, September 6, 1983: US04402697 (54 worldwide citation)

Natural tissues fixed with a tanning solution such as glutaraldehyde and intended for implantation in humans, e.g., porcine heart valve prosthetic devices, are treated with a solution of a water soluble phosphate ester such as sodium dodecyl hydrogen phosphate to inhibit mineralization, particularly ...