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Frederich O Lassen, Earle H Sherrod, Ann M Nichols, Paul J Serbiak: Method and pad allowing improved placement of catamenial device. Kimberly Clark Corporation, P A Leipold, D L Traut, J J Duggan, June 16, 1987: US04673403 (120 worldwide citation)

The invention is generally accomplished by providing an incontinent garment or feminine pad having an indicator thereon to aid in proper placement of the pad onto the body of the wearer.


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Paul J Serbiak, David R King, Patricia A Mitchler, Alice Y Romans Hess, Thomas W Van Den Bogart, Robert J Peerenboom, Valerie V Finch, James J Hlaban: Thin sanitary napkin having a central absorbent zone and a method of forming the napkin. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, September 28, 1993: US05248309 (117 worldwide citation)

A thin sanitary napkin is disclosed along with its method of manufacture. The napkin has a liquid-impermeable baffle and an absorbent retained on the baffle. The absorbent has a longitudinally-extending central absorbent zone with a width of less than about 2 inches. The central zone is capable of a ...


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Chantelle M Beal, Valerie V Finch, Paul J Serbiak: Absorbent article and a method of removing said article from an undergarment. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, July 4, 1995: US05429630 (78 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article is disclosed along with a method of removing the absorbent article from an undergarment. The absorbent article has a liquid-permeable cover, a liquid-impermeable baffle, and an absorbent positioned therebetween to form a pad. The pad has a central portion, longitudinally-extendi ...


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George A Provost, Mark J Condon, A Todd Leak, Apiromraj S Roslansky, Paul J Serbiak: Hook fasteners and methods of manufacture. Velcro, Fish & Richardson P C, September 21, 1999: US05953797 (74 worldwide citation)

A hook fastener member having rows of molded hook-shaped fastener elements that lie in planes aligned with the rows, with generally planar plate portions at the outermost ends of at least some of the fastener elements, the plate portions lying generally parallel to the base of the fastener member. T ...


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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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Paul J Serbiak, Annamaria Cesco Cancian, Julie K Fredrick, Robert J Peerenboom: Sanitary napkin with a faster transverse wicking absorbent layer to indicate the approach of maximum fluid capacity. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Thomas J Connelly, June 15, 1993: US05219341 (37 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article, such as a sanitary napkin is disclosed which is designed to absorb menstrual fluid. The absorbent article includes a liquid-impermeable baffle, a first absorbent layer and a second absorbent layer. The second absorbent layer is positioned between the baffle and the first absorb ...


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George A Provost, Mark J Condon, A Todd Leak, Apiromraj S Roslansky, Paul J Serbiak: Hook fasteners and methods of manufacture. Velcro, Fish & Richardson P C, March 4, 2003: US06526633 (11 worldwide citation)

A hook fastener member having rows of molded hook-shaped fastener elements that lie in planes aligned with the rows, with generally planar plate portions at the outermost ends of at least some of the fastener elements, the plate portions lying generally parallel to the base of the fastener member. T ...


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George A Provost, Mark J Condon, A Todd Leak, Apiromraj S Roslansky, Paul J Serbiak: Hook fasteners and methods of manufacture. Velcro, Fish & Richardson P C, March 19, 2002: US06357088 (10 worldwide citation)

A hook fastener member having rows of molded hook-shaped fastener elements that lie in planes aligned with the rows, with generally planar plate portions at the outermost ends of at least some of the fastener elements, the plate portions lying generally parallel to the base of the fastener member. T ...


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Paul J Serbiak, Edwin G Greenman, Gary L Shanklin: Cleaning product. Kimberly Clark Corporation, Gregory E Croft, January 9, 1990: US04892758 (7 worldwide citation)

An 11.times.11 inches meltblown web contains a sufficient amount of condensed liquid detergent to wash a load of laundry and does not exhibit an objectionable sticky feel.


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Paul Y Fung, Paul J Serbiak: Individually packaged absorbent article assembly. McNeil PPC, June 11, 2013: US08460260 (6 worldwide citation)

An individually packaged absorbent article assembly including a tri-folded absorbent article having two end portions and an intermediate portion, and a pouch containing the tri-folded absorbent article, the pouch being structured and arranged to enable a user to selectively open the pouch to thereby ...