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Mary E Freeland, Patrick J Allen: Trisection topsheets for disposable absorbent articles and disposable absorbent articles having such trisection topsheets. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Fredrick H Braun, December 14, 1993: US05269775 (405 worldwide citation)

A topsheet for use in a disposable absorbent article. The topsheet is divided into three trisections disposed in a particular arrangement along the longitudinal axis of the disposable absorbent article. The front trisection has no elastic extensibility. The central trisection has elastic extensibili ...


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Patrick J Allen, Mary E Freeland: Disposable absorbent article having elastically extensible topsheet. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Steven W Miller, Richard C Witte, August 6, 1991: US05037416 (380 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent article, such as a diaper, is disclosed. The topsheet of the diaper is elastically extensible and provides a relatively low contact pressure against the skin of the wearer at relatively high elongations. This arrangement provides a diaper topsheet which can be elongated to con ...


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Mary E Freeland, Patrick J Allen: Disposable absorbent article having improved leg cuffs. The Procter & Gamble Company, Larry L Huston, Steven W Miller, Richard C Witte, July 16, 1991: US05032120 (150 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent article, such as a diaper, is disclosed. The diaper has two lengthwise extending longitudinal marginal portions, each longitudinal marginal portion having two elastically extensible leg cuffs, a barrier cuff and a gasket cuff. The leg cuffs serve to help contain body exudates ...


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Patrick J Allen: Pattern treated tissue paper product. The Procter & Gamble Company, Monte D Witte, Fredrick H Braun, Richard C Witte, November 6, 1984: US04481243 (86 worldwide citation)

Strong, soft, absorbent tissue paper products comprising a substrate carrying an emollient. The substrate is planar and is a laminate formed of two or more tissue paper sheets. At least one of its two major surfaces must be soft, relatively untextured, and smooth. The emollient is distributed over a ...


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David M Weirich, Patrick J Allen: Female component for refastenable fastening device having regions of differential extensibility. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Jacobus C Rasser, April 1, 1997: US05615460 (69 worldwide citation)

A female component for a refastenable fastening device having an elastomeric adhesive backing and a multiplicity of fibrous elements extending from the backing. The female fastening component is formed by a method comprising the steps of: providing a first lamina comprising an elastomeric, pressure- ...


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Patrick J Allen, Beverly J Bross Kelly, Louis J Viltro, William R Vinnage Jr, David M Weirich: Nonwoven female component for refastenable fastening device and method of making the same. The Proctor & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Jacobus C Rasser, August 20, 1996: US05547531 (56 worldwide citation)

A female component for a refastenable fastening device having an elastomeric adhesive backing and a multiplicity of fibrous elements extending from the backing. The female fastening component is formed by a method comprising the steps of: providing a first lamina comprising an elastomeric, pressure- ...


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Patrick J Allen: Absorbent article having an extendible split core. The Procter & Gamble Company, Mary Pat McMahon, Larry L Huston, Jacobus C Rasser, April 29, 1997: US05624422 (50 worldwide citation)

A disposable article having a void area for isolation of fecal material is disclosed. The void is created by having a split absorbent core and at least one elastically extendible topsheet/backsheet panel proximate to the split. The void is created and adjusted by the amount of extension of the topsh ...


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Donald C Roe, Patrick J Allen, Bruno J Ehrnsperger, Mattias Schmidt, Karl P Ronn, Mikhail K Kruchinin, Simon S Litvin, Oleg N Khomjakov: Disposable article having a responsive system including a feedback control loop. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Thomas J Osborne Jr, July 25, 2000: US06093869 (48 worldwide citation)

Disposable articles such as diapers, incontinent briefs, diaper holders and/or inserts, training pants, feminine hygiene garments, tampons, and the like, having a responsive system. The article includes a sensor that detects an input, an actuator that is adapted to perform a responsive function upon ...


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Donald C Roe, Patrick J Allen, Edward P Carlin: Wearable article having a temperature change element. The Procter & Gamble Company, Michael P Hayden, Jay A Krebs, Ken K Patel, November 4, 2003: US06642427 (45 worldwide citation)

A wearable article useful for facilitating toilet training is provided. The wearable article includes a temperature change element providing a cool/wet signal when wetted which causes discomfort to the wearer. The temperature change element comprises a temperature change substance disposed on an imp ...


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Donald C Roe, Patrick J Allen, Bruno J Ehrnsperger, Mattias Schmidt: Disposable treatment article having a responsive system. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jeffrey R Moore, David M Weirich, Ken K Patel, August 13, 2002: US06433244 (42 worldwide citation)

Disposable articles for treating objects such as surfaces, devices, persons, contaminants, and the like or for treating substances disposed on, in, or in proximity to such objects having a responsive system. The responsive system may respond continuously or discontinuously. A continuous responsive s ...