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Mark James Kline, Miguel Alvaro Robles, Thomas Henrich: Elastomeric side panel for use with convertible absorbent articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, David M Weirich, Steven W Miller, Jacobus C Rasser, April 27, 1999: US05897545 (416 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles such as disposable diapers, incontinent briefs, diaper holders, training pants and the like, having elastomeric ear panels and a fastening system that provides the user with different options as to how the absorbent article may be fitted to and removed from the wearer. The absorbe ...


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Mark James Kline, Miguel Alvaro Robles, Thomas Henrich: Elastomeric side panel for use with convertible absorbent articles. The Procter & Gamble Company, Michael S Kolodesh, David M Weirich, Jacobus C Rasser, September 28, 1999: US05957908 (360 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles such as disposable diapers, incontinent briefs, diaper holders, training pants and the like, having elastomeric ear panels and a fastening system that provides the user with different options as to how the absorbent article may be fitted to and removed from the wearer. The absorbe ...


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Mark J Kline, Tracey E Beckman, Thomas Henrich, David J K Goulait, Miguel A Robles, Constance L Fisher: Absorbent article fastening device. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jeffrey R Moore, Jay A Krebs, Thomas J Osborne Jr, August 13, 2002: US06432098 (279 worldwide citation)

A strong, easy to use tab and slot fastening device suitable for use with disposable absorbent articles. The fastening device preferably includes a tab member and a slot member. The slot member has an inboard portion, an outboard portion and a slot. The inboard portion located laterally inboard of t ...


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Bruce W Lavash, Thomas Henrich, Carl L Bergman, Raymond J Dirk, Thomas W Osborn III, Jeffrey V Bamber, Kaoru Niihara: Absorbent article having flaps and zones of differential extensibility. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jeffrey V Bamber, Steven W Miller, E Kelly Linman, February 14, 1995: US05389094 (71 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article, such as a sanitary napkin, having flaps and zones of differential extensibility for relieving the stresses that develop in the flaps when the flaps are folded down along the edges of crotch of the wearer's undergarments is provided.


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Mark James Kline, Tracey Elaine Beckman, Thomas Henrich, David Joseph Kenneth Goulait, Miguel Alvaro Robles, Constance Lee Fisher: Absorbent article fastening device. The Procter & Gamble Company, Adam J Forman, Jack L Oney Jr, Ken K Patel, September 5, 2006: US07101359 (67 worldwide citation)

A strong, easy to use tab and slot fastening device suitable for use with disposable absorbent articles. The fastening device preferably includes a tab member and a slot member. The slot member has an inboard portion, an outboard portion and a slot. The inboard portion located laterally inboard of t ...


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Mark J Kline, Tracey E Beckman, Thomas Henrich, David J K Goulait, Miguel A Robles, Constance L Fisher: Absorbent article fastening device. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jay A Krebs, David M Weirich, Ken K Patel, June 26, 2001: US06251097 (64 worldwide citation)

A strong, easy to use tab and slot fastening device suitable for use with disposable absorbent articles. The fastening device preferably includes a tab member and a slot member. The slot member has an inboard portion, an outboard portion and a slot. The inboard portion located laterally inboard of t ...


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Bruce W Lavash, Thomas Henrich, Carl L Bergman, Raymond J Dirk, Thomas W Osborn III, Jeffrey V Bamber, Kaoru Niihara: Method of making absorbent article having flaps and zones of differential extensibility. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jeffrey V Bamber, Steven W Miller, E Kelly Linman, October 11, 1994: US05354400 (61 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for making an absorbent article, such as a sanitary napkin, having flaps and zones of differential extensibility for relieving the stresses that develop in the flaps when the flaps are folded down along the edges of crotch of the wearer's undergarments.


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Mark James Kline, Miguel Alvaro Robles, Thomas Henrich: Refastenable absorbent article and a method of applying thereof. The Procter & Gamble Company, Laura L Whitmer, Jay A Krebs, George H Leal, April 28, 2009: US07524313 (29 worldwide citation)

Absorbent articles such as disposable diapers, incontinent briefs, diaper holders, training pants and the like, having elastomeric ear panels and a fastening system that provides the user with different options as to how the absorbent article may be fitted to and removed from the wearer. The absorbe ...


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Mark J Kline, Tracey E Beckman, Thomas Henrich, David J K Goulait, Miguel A Robles, Constance L Fisher: Absorbent article fastening device. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jack L Oney Jr, Ken K Patel, Steven W Miller, August 30, 2005: US06936039 (28 worldwide citation)

A strong, easy to use tab and slot fastening device suitable for use with disposable absorbent articles. The fastening device preferably includes a tab member and a slot member. The slot member has an inboard portion, an outboard portion and a slot. The inboard portion located laterally inboard of t ...


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Bruce William Lavash, Thomas Henrich, Carl Louis Bergman, Raymond John Dirk, Kaoru Niihara, Thomas Ward Osborn III, Jeffrey Vincent Bamber: Absorbent article having flaps and zones of differential extensibility. The Procter & Gamble Company, Jeffrey V Bamber, Steven W Miller, Jacobus C Rasser, January 6, 1998: US05704930 (20 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article, such as a sanitary napkin, having flaps and zones of differential extensibility for relieving the stresses that develop in the flaps when the flaps are folded down along the edges of crotch of the wearer's undergarments is provided.