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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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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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Mary A Bruemmer: Disposable diaper having differentially stretchable ears with childproof fastening. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Jeffrey B Curtin, November 11, 1997: US05685873 (107 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent garment for use as a baby diaper and the like includes a pair of differentially stretchable ear members wherein each differentially stretchable ear member comprises a stretchable inner ear portion and a stretchable outer ear portion. A first fastening mechanism on each ear is ...


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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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Richard W Tanzer, Mary A Bruemmer, Anthonette A Gossens: Absorbent article containing an anhydrous deodorant. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, August 6, 1991: US05037412 (47 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed for absorbing and retaining human exudate. The article includes an absorbent having a first surface facing the body of a user and a second surface aligned approximately opposite to the first surface. A liquid-impermeable baffle is positioned adjacent to at least the ...


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Mary A Bruemmer, Paul J Serbiak, Daniel R Schlinz: Absorbent article having dual barrier means. Kimberly Clarke Corporation, Thomas J Mielke, December 10, 1996: US05582606 (44 worldwide citation)

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


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Richard W Tanzer, Mary A Bruemmer, Anthonette A Gossens: Absorbent article containing an anhydrous deodorant. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, November 15, 1994: US05364380 (28 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed for absorbing and retaining human exudate. The article includes an absorbent having a first surface facing the body of a user and a second surface aligned approximately opposite to the first surface. A liquid-impermeable baffle is positioned adjacent to at least the ...


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Richard W Tanzer, Mary A Bruemmer, Anthonette A Gossens: Absorbent article containing an anhydrous deodorant. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, August 30, 1994: US05342333 (28 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed for absorbing and retaining human exudate. The article includes an absorbent having a first surface facing the body of a user and a second surface aligned approximately opposite to the first surface. A liquid-impermeable baffle is positioned adjacent to at least the ...