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Michael John Faulks, Thomas Walter Odorzynski, Paul John Serbiak, Alan Francis Schleinz, Daniel Robert Schlinz: Absorbent article using extensible leg cuffs. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Jeffrey B Curtin, Thomas D Wilhelm, September 12, 2000: US06117121 (81 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article includes an absorbent core located between a bodyside liner and an outer cover. A leg cuff is mounted to a base structure of the absorbent article in the crotch portion thereof. The leg cuffs are partially stretched when attached to respective longitudinal side portions near the ...


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Faulks Michael John, Odorzynski Thomas Walter, Schleinz Alan Francis, Schlinz Daniel Robert, Serbiak Paul John: Absorbent article using extensible leg cuffs. Kimberly Clark Co, October 14, 1998: EP0869756-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

An absorbent article includes an absorbent core located between a bodyside liner and an outer cover. A leg cuff is mounted to a base structure of the absorbent article in the crotch portion thereof. The leg cuffs are partially stretched when attached to respective longitudinal side portions near the ...


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M J Faulks, T W Odorzynski, A F Schleinz: Absorbent article using extensible leg cuffs. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, zhou beilin, February 17, 1999: CN96199847

An absorbent article includes an absorbent core located between a bodyside liner and an outer cover. A leg cuff is mounted to a base structure of the absorbent article in the crotch portion thereof. The leg cuffs are partially stretched when attached to respective longitudinal side portions near the ...


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Faulks Michael John, Odorzynski Thomas Walter, Schleinz Alan Francis, Schlinz Daniel Robert, Serbiak Paul John: Absorbent article using extensible leg cuffs. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, sCURTIN Jeffrey B, June 19, 1997: WO/1997/021410

An absorbent article includes an absorbent core located between a bodyside liner and an outer cover. A leg cuff is mounted to a base structure of the absorbent article in the crotch portion thereof. The leg cuffs are partially stretched when attached to respective longitudinal side portions near the ...