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Mary A Bruemmer, Paulette M Rosch, John P Vukos, Duane G Uitenbroek, Georgia L Zehner: Pocket-like diaper or absorbent article. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Douglas L Miller, January 5, 1993: US05176672 (236 worldwide citation)

A diaper or absorbent article comprising a topsheet, a backsheet, an absorbent between the topsheet and backsheet, and an elevating device for spacing the topsheet above the absorbent to form a pocket-like shape. The topsheet can have a generally U-shaped opening and the absorbent can have a hole th ...


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Leona G Boland, Georgia L Zehner, Robert A Stevens: Stretchable disposable absorbent undergarment. Kimberly Clark Corporation, John L Chiatalas, May 31, 1988: US04747846 (205 worldwide citation)

An anatomically form-fitting, generally self-adjusting disposable absorbent slip-on undergarment that may be easily raised and lowered by the wearer during use, e.g., a training pant or incontinence pad. The garment comprising a breathable elastomeric nonwoven laminar outer cover having an absorbent ...


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Paul T Van Gompel, Jody D Suprise, Leona G Boland, Georgia L Zehner: Kimberly Clark Corporation, Douglas L Miller, July 3, 1990: US04938757 (133 worldwide citation)

A disposable pant-like garment for absorbing human discharge comprises an absorbent assembly including a liquid impervious outer cover, a liquid pervious liner, and an absorbent medium therebetween. A pair of stretchable side panels are joined to the absorbent assembly to form a waist opening and a ...


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Leona G Boland, Robert A Stevens, John C Wilson, Georgia L Zehner: Form-fitting self-adjusting disposable garment with a stretchable bodyside liner. Kimberly Clark Corporation, John L Chiatalas, December 1, 1987: US04710187 (125 worldwide citation)

An anatomically form fitting, self-adjusting disposable garment with a resiliently stretchable outer cover (20) with an absorbent structure (22) retained therein. The absorbent structure (22) has a resiliently stretchable bodyside liner (42) which causes the absorbent structure (22) to assume a body ...


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Mary A Bruemmer, Paulette M Rosch, John P Vukos, Duane G Uitenbroek, Georgia L Zehner, Christine A Rasmussen: Pocket-like diaper or absorbent article. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Douglas L Miller, Thomas J Mielke, John R Schenian, October 31, 1995: US05462541 (109 worldwide citation)

A diaper or absorbent article comprising a topsheet, a backsheet, an absorbent between the topsheet and backsheet, and an elevating device for spacing the topsheet above the absorbent to form a pocket-like shape. The topsheet can have an opening and the absorbent can have a hole therein, both of whi ...


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Dan D Endres, Timothy J Blenke, Robert E Vogt, Georgia L Zehner, Steven H Levine, David P Kielpikowski, John P Vukos, Mary A Bruemmer: Conformable absorbent article. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Jeffrey B Curtin, June 18, 1996: US05527302 (105 worldwide citation)

A conformable absorbent article has a topsheet that is designed to substantially fully contact the body of the wearer to provide improved performance in managing and containing body wastes. Management and containment of body wastes are improved by several structural elements that can be utilized ind ...


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Leona G Boland, Georgia L Zehner, Robert A Stevens: Disposable absorbent garment having elastic outer cover and absorbent insert structure integrated therein using stress-release means. Kimberly Clark Corporation, John L Chiatalas, May 30, 1989: US04834736 (91 worldwide citation)

An anatomically form-fitting, generally self-adjusting disposable absorbent garment comprising a breathable elastomeric nonwoven laminar outer cover having an absorbent insert structure attached and integrated thereinto while allowing substantially unrestricted functional stretchability of the outer ...


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Georgia L Zehner, Paul T VanGompel, Thomas H Roessler, Yung H Huang: High-peel tab fastener. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Paul Yee, February 25, 1997: US05605735 (76 worldwide citation)

A distinctive fastening tab includes a fastener substrate having a construction-bond portion, a user-bond portion, a user-bond end section, a construction-bond end section, a pair of opposed side edge sections, a fastening surface and a user surface. A securing means connects to the fastening surfac ...


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Deborah L Proxmire, Dan D Endres, John C Wilson, Lynn A Johnson, Georgia L Zehner, Leona G Boland, Robert A Stevens: Disposable absorbent garment having elastic outer cover and integrated absorbent insert structure. Kimberly Clark Corporation, John L Chiatalas, October 10, 1989: US04872871 (70 worldwide citation)

An anatomically form-fitting generally self-adjusting disposable absorbent garment and methods of integrating and using the garment. The garment comprises a breathable elastomeric nonwoven fabric outer cover resiliently stretchable in cross-body direction, including a pair of leg openings, front and ...


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John C Wilson, Gregory J Rajala, Leona G Boland, Georgia L Zehner: Fastening system for a disposable absorbent garment having a tailored seam. Kimberly Clark Corporation, John L Chiatalas, January 23, 1990: US04895569 (52 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent garment (10) of the type having opposed engageable waistband portions (14) separated by an intermediate portion (16), comprises a breathable elastomeric nonwoven fabric outer cover (12) and a superposable absorbent structure (32), including a liquid-impervious baffle (36), a l ...