US8172084B2 - Absorbent article packaging - Google Patents
US8172084B2 US11/027,066 US2706604A US8172084B2 US 8172084 B2 US8172084 B2 US 8172084B2 US 2706604 A US2706604 A US 2706604A US 8172084 B2 US8172084 B2 US 8172084B2 Authority US United States Prior art keywords package article texture packaging comprises Prior art date 2004-12-30 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a
US7888549B2 - Absorbent article - Google Patents
An absorbent article having an absorbent core and a cover enclosing the absorbent core. The absorbent core is provided with at least two slits or grooves diverging from a crotch region of the absorbent core in a direction towards one transverse edge of the absorbent core and terminating inside the respective longitudinal edge as well as the respective transverse edge of the absorbent core.
US4662875A - Absorbent article - Google Patents
US4662875A US06/802,803 US80280385A US4662875A US 4662875 A US4662875 A US 4662875A US 80280385 A US80280385 A US 80280385A US 4662875 A US4662875 A US 4662875A Authority US United States Prior art keywords indicia fastening absorbent article region diaper Prior art date 1985-11-27 Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a
US Patent for Disposable absorbent article with absorbent
Absorbent articles such as the diapers 10 made in accordance with embodiments of this invention may be folded and packaged for distribution and sale. Absorbent articles are typically bi-folded, but may also be tri-folded. After folding, the folded absorbent articles may be stacked to form a stack comprising a plurality of absorbent articles.
US Patent for Absorbent articles with channels Patent (Patent
The absorbent article may have a longitudinal axis 80 extending from the lateral midpoint of the front waist edge 10 to a lateral midpoint of the rear waist edge 12 of the absorbent article 20 and dividing the absorbent article 20 in two substantially symmetrical halves relative to the longitudinal axis 80, with article placed flat and viewed
EP1161928A1 - Absorbent article - Google Patents
EP1161928A1 EP01122027A EP01122027A EP1161928A1 EP 1161928 A1 EP1161928 A1 EP 1161928A1 EP 01122027 A EP01122027 A EP 01122027A EP 01122027 A EP01122027 A EP
Individually wrapped absorbent article - Patent - Europe PMC
The package has first and second side edges aligned approximately parallel to the first and second sides of the absorbent article. The first and second side edges of the package are bonded together by first and second seals, respectively, and at least one line of perforations is formed in the wrapper which provides an easy open feature for the
Integrally wrapped absorbent article and method of wrapping
An intergrally wrapped sanitary protection absorbent article and method of wrapping are disclosed providing an absorbent configured to fit the pudendal region of a woman, and folded and enclosed in a liquid-impermeable baffle.
CPC Definition - United States Patent and Trademark Office
Absorbent articles. Articles adapted to absorb liquid excreted by the body. Dilator. A (surgical) device or instrument used to dilate, distend, enlarge, expand, stretch an opening, organ, passage, tube, canal or cavity of a human or animal body (e.g. urethrotomy, tracheotomy, nasal, anal or cervix (Hegar's dilator) or vaginal dilation, bougienage, percutaneous dilation of tissues (Byrd dilator
US3749237A - Bag strip for handling soiled surgical sponges
1. Apparatus for handling soiled surgical sponges comprising a. plurality of bags joined together in an elongated flat strip and each of which has at least one transparent wall through which a sponge placed therein can be viewed, b. the bags being separable from the strip in groups comprising a uniform number of bags by reason of an interconnection between the last bag of each group and the
Kuang-Kai Liu - Patents
07/01/10 - 20100168695 - Disposable wearable absorbent articles with multiple indicating colors A disposable wearable absorbent article comprises a topsheet, an absorbent core, an outer cover, a waist opening, leg openings, a first visual fullness indicating area, and a second visual fullness indicating area.