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James A Minetola, David R Tucker: Disposable waste-containment garment. The Procter & Gamble Company, John M Pollaro, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, March 4, 1986: US04573986 (377 worldwide citation)

A disposable waste-containment garment such as a disposable diaper, an external incontinent protection garment for adults (e.g. adult incontinent briefs), an external catamenial, or a disposable liner for either a disposable diaper or an incontinent brief. The garment, which may be elasticized by, f ...


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James A Minetola, L Jane Weeks, M Carletta Shelhorse: Diaper with source reduction overlay and having improved fecal containment characteristics. Pope & Talbot Company, Francis J Bouda, September 21, 1993: US05246431 (85 worldwide citation)

An absorbent disposable sanitary product such as a disposable baby diaper has an absorbent core and a multi-ply body-contacting topsheet. The construction of the diaper reduces raw material consumption and also waste at the source of manufacture and, therefore, is environmentally attractive. One of ...


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Richmond R Cohen, James A Minetola, John F Poccia: Multilayered absorbent structures. McNeil PPC, October 29, 1996: US05569226 (29 worldwide citation)

A multilayered absorbent structure is disclosed. The absorbent structure has a plurality of absorbent planar regions defined by decreasing pore size with increasing depth into the region. Generally, each planar region has an absorbent layer having relatively large average pore sizes at the top, body ...


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Richmond R Cohen, James A Minetola, John F Poccia: Multilayered absorbent structures. McNeil PPC, Joel A Rothfus, April 9, 1996: US05505719 (28 worldwide citation)

A multilayered absorbent structure is disclosed. The absorbent structure has a plurality of absorbent planar regions defined by decreasing pore size with increasing depth into the region. Generally, each planar region has an absorbent layer having relatively large average pore sizes at the top, body ...


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Richmond A Cohen, James A Minetola, John F Poccia: Multilayered absorbent structures. McNeil PPC, March 17, 1998: US05728083 (17 worldwide citation)

A multilayered absorbent structure is disclosed. The absorbent structure has a plurality of absorbent planar regions defined by decreasing pore size with increasing depth into the region. Generally, each planar region has an absorbent layer having relatively large average pore sizes at the top, body ...


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L Jane Weeks, James A Minetola, Timothy G Wagner: Absorbent pad with dryness characteristics. Francis J Bouda, June 7, 1994: US05318553 (14 worldwide citation)

A unitary sanitary disposable absorbent incontinence pad has an elongated absorbent member between a pervious cover topsheet and an impervious backsheet. The absorbent member includes an absorbent batt which contains a combination of cellulose fibers and thermally-bondable fibers. A melt-blown web i ...