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Bruemmer Mary Anne: Disposable absorbent article.. Kimberly Clark Co, February 24, 1993: EP0528282-A2 (82 worldwide citation)

A disposable article (12) is provided that has a waistband (38) at one end that can be fastened about the waist of a wearer that is standing up. The portion of the article (12) hanging downwardly from the waistband (38) is then passed between the legs and attached at the back of the wearer. Stretcha ...


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Bruemmer Mary Anne, Rosch Paulette Mary, Vukos John Philip, Uitenbroek Duane Girard, Zehner Georgia Lynn: Absorbent article and method of making same.. Kimberly Clark Co, May 20, 1992: EP0486006-A2 (42 worldwide citation)

A diaper (10) or absorbent article comprising a topsheet (12), a backsheet (14), an absorbent (16) between the topsheet and backsheet, and an elevating device (26) for spacing the topsheet (12) above the absorbent (16) to form a pocket-like shape. The topsheet (12) can have a generally U-shaped open ...


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Bruemmer Mary Anne: Absorbent article.. Kimberly Clark Co, March 17, 1993: EP0532034-A2 (37 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent garment (2) for use as a baby diaper and the like includes a pair of differentially stretchable ear members (44) wherein each differentially stretchable ear member comprises a stretchable inner ear portion (46) and a stretchable outer ear portion (48). A first fastening mechan ...


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Bruemmer Mary Anne, Serbiak Paul John, Schlinz Daniel Robert: Absorbent article.. Kimberly Clark Co, June 8, 1994: EP0600494-A1 (27 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an absorbent article, including a pair of containment flaps (34), which containment flaps (34) are particularly well suited for use on an absorbent article having a relatively narrow crotch (22). Specifically, the containment flaps (34) include a proximal edge (36) and a distal edge (38 ...


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Bruemmer Mary Anne, Serbiak Paul John, Schlinz Daniel Robert: Absorbent article. Kimberly Clark Co, January 2, 1997: EP0750894-A2 (9 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an absorbent article, including a pair of containment flaps (34), which containment flaps (34) are particularly well suited for use on an absorbent article having a relatively narrow crotch (22). Specifically, the containment flaps (34) include a proximal edge (36) and a distal edge (38 ...


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Bruemmer Mary Anne: Absorbent article. Kimberly Clark Co, April 1, 1998: EP0832628-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent garment (2) for use as a baby diaper and the like includes a pair of differentially stretchable ear members (44) wherein each differentially stretchable ear member comprises a stretchable inner ear portion (46) and a stretchable outer ear portion (48). A first fastening mechan ...


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Bruemmer Mary Anne: Absorbent article. Kimberly Clark Co, April 29, 1998: EP0838205-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent garment (2) for use as a baby diaper and the like includes a pair of differentially stretchable ear members (44) wherein each differentially stretchable ear member comprises a stretchable inner ear portion (46) and a stretchable outer ear portion (48). A first fastening mechan ...


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Tanzer Richard Warren, Gossens Anthonette Adeline, Bruemmer Mary Anne: Produit absorbant contenant un desodorisant anhydre, Absorbent article containing an anhydrous deodorant. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, November 23, 1993: CA1324487

Abstract An absorbent article is disclosed for absorbing and retaininghuman exudate. The article includes an absorbent having a firstsurface facing the body of a user and a second surface alignedapproximately opposite to the first surface. A liquid-impermeablebaffle is positioned adjacent to at leas ...


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Tanzer Richard Warren, Bruemmer Mary Anne, Gossens Anthonette Adeline: Article absorbant contenant un desodorisant anhydre, Absorbent article containing an anhydrous deodorant. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, BORDEN LADNER GERVAIS, May 3, 1994: CA1328987

Abstract An absorbent article is disclosed for absorbing and retaininghuman exudate. The article includes an absorbent having a firstsurface facing the body of a user and a second surface alignedapproximately opposite to the first surface. A liquid-impermeablebaffle is positioned adjacent to at leas ...