Paul T Weisman, Dawn I Houghton, Dale A Gellert: Absorbent articles with dual-layered cores. The Procter & Gamble Company, George W Allen, Steven J Goldstein, Richard C Witte, June 16, 1987: US04673402 (524 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides absorbent articles, such as disposable diapers, which utilize substantially water-insoluble hydrogel material to enhance the absorbent capacity of such articles. In these articles, the hydrogel material, combined in particulate form with hydrophilic fiber material, is ...

Dale A Gellert Center Township: Disposable diaper having pressure-sensitive tape fastener and built-in disposal fastener. The Procter & Gamble Company Cincinnati OH, Fredrick H Braun, John V Gorman, November 16, 1971: US3620217 (42 worldwide citation)

An improved fastening device for securing the corners of a disposable diaper incorporates a built-in device which is useful in disposing of the diaper after it has been soiled. The fastener itself comprises a strip of pressure-sensitive tape held in superposed relationship with respect to a corner o ...

Dale A Gellert: Absorbent devices. The Procter & Gamble Company, Monte D Witte, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, October 9, 1984: US04475911 (30 worldwide citation)

Absorbent devices, such as catamenial tampons and catamenial pads. The devices comprise an unbonded array of non-absorbent, hydrophillic, resilient, moisture insensitive fibers contained within a porous overwrap. When the devices are intended to be presented in the compressed state, the compressed d ...

Dale A Gellert: Absorbent means for catamenial devices. The Procter & Gamble Company, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, December 16, 1980: US04239043 (15 worldwide citation)

The object of the invention is to provide an improved absorbent means that can be used in a catamenial device.

Dale A Gellert, Kendall L Harden, John R Noel: Resin treated absorbent pad or web for body fluids. The Procter & Gamble Company, E Kelly Linman, Fredrick H Braun, John V Gorman, May 11, 1976: US03955577 (14 worldwide citation)

A disposable diaper combining improved softness and sufficient strength to resist in use tearing and shredding in a single structure, thereby producing better compliance and fit when the structure is applied to the wearer, and hence improved comfort as well as better containment of waste fluids depo ...


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