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US20120172824 Caring aide  
Working as HHA and babysitters we have faced the problem that most children and patients don't realize their urinating. In order to provide timely replacement of pampers we have decided to create...
US20140074054 Phototherapy Diaper  
A versatile containment system and apparatus for enclosing urine, fecal matter, bodily excretions, which additionally acts as a disposable phototherapy diaper intended primarily to maximize the...
US20120165772 MOISTURE DETECTING MODULE AND A RECEIVING UNIT  
The invention relates to a moisture detecting module for monitoring a moisture state of a napkin. The module comprises a moisture sensitive sensor and a moisture non-permeable layer covering the...
US20140121619 EFFECTIVE ODOR CONTROL WITH COATINGS OF DESIGNED POROUS MOLECULES  
The present invention relates to coatings for articles comprising a non-zeolitic silica mesoporous structure. The coatings of the present invention have shown an ability to effectively reduce odors.
US20120197224 GARMENT WITH MOISTURE TRIGGERED ALARM  
A garment for incontinent children or adults is provided. The garment comprises a detection unit that has a moisture sensor for sensing excreta or bodily fluids, a response means or producing a...
US20130338618 ARRAY OF DISPOSABLE ABSORBENT ARTICLES HAVING A SEQUENCE OF GRAPHICS CORRESPONDING TO A WEARER'S STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT  
An array of disposable absorbent articles comprising a sequence of graphic designs corresponding to a wearer's stage of development. For a disposable diaper, the array of disposable absorbent...
US20120172825 Absorbent Article Including Two Dimensional Code Made From An Active Graphic  
Absorbent articles are disclosed that convey information to a user. In particular, the absorbent articles include an active graphic that comprises a machine readable code. The active graphic, for...
US20140276503 DISPOSABLE ABSORBENT ARTICLE  
A disposable absorbent undergarment is disclosed. It includes an absorbent assembly comprising a core formed of a synthetic tow or of synthetic nonwoven layers and having first section comprising...
US20140135724 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...
US20140088533 LIQUID-ACTIVATED FORMULATION WITH PERMANENT COLORANT  
A liquid-activated formulation is provided, comprising a solvent-soluble or liquid-activated colorant, a permanent colorant, a hydrochromic ionic compound, an opacifier, and a binding matrix.
US20140336597 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ELECTRICALLY DETECTING THE PRESENCE OF EXUDATE IN DRESSINGS  
Systems and methods are provided for sensing fluid in a dressing on a patient and producing an electrical signal. In one instance, a galvanic cell is used as an electronic detection device. The...
US20150184936 Absorbent Device  
An absorbent product has an elongate matted strip of absorbent material, including super absorber, within an enveloping container. This has a double skin bottom and a single, folded top skin and...
US20120238977 DISPOSABLE DIAPER  
On the back sheet side, back-side recessed portions recessed toward the top sheet are provided in a surface of the absorber of the disposable diaper. The back-side recessed portions include...
US20110112497 ABSORBENT ARTICLE  
An absorbent article that enables the presence of moisture, for example, derived from urination to be easily recognized. The absorbent article includes an outer sheet provided on a side that faces...
US20150257942 MONITORING SYSTEM FOR INFANT AND PATIENTS WITH ADVANCED DISEASE FOR AUTOMATICALLY ALERTING OF URINE AND FECES  
The present invention comprises: a diaper cover into which a diaper is inserted; a sensing pad insertively fixed into the diaper cover and of which an upper portion comprises a feces sensing means...
US20140088532 LIQUID-ACTIVATED FORMULATION WITH SURFACTANT  
A liquid-activated formulation is provided, comprising a liquid-activated colorant, a hydrochromic ionic compound, an opacifier, a binding matrix, and a surfactant.
US20140088530 LIQUID-ACTIVATED FORMULATION WITH SOLVENT-BASED BINDING MATRIX  
A liquid-activated formulation is provided, comprising a liquid-activated colorant, a hydrochromic ionic compound, an opacifier, and a solvent-based binding matrix.
US20080058745 System for interactively training a child and a caregiver to assist the child to overcome bedwetting  
A system for interactively training a child and a caregiver to assist the child to overcome bedwetting. The system includes an absorbent article, a urine insult detector, a urine insult event...
US20130261419 Urine Shield  
A urine shield comprises an elongate base and side walls connected to the base. At least one of the sides and base is absorbent. The shield further comprises at least one attachment tab for...
US20110046589 ABSORBENT ARTICLE  
An absorbent article that enables the presence of moisture, for example, derived from urination to be correctly recognized. The absorbent article includes an outer sheet that is provided on a side...
US20130018339 Disposable Absorbent Article Design Utilizing Unbleached Pulp Fibers for the Absorbent Core  
Absorbent articles and methods for making absorbent articles incorporate unbleached fibers in an absorbing core. Example embodiments provide unbleached fibers which are totally chlorine free. Such...
US20130178810 Disposable Absorbent Articles Having Wetness Appearing Graphics  
Disposable absorbent articles comprising a liquid pervious topsheet, a liquid impervious backsheet that is at least partially joined to the topsheet, an absorbent core disposed at least partially...
US20130158492 Absorbent Article With Moisture Indicator  
A personal absorbent article (e.g., feminine care pad, sanitary napkin, diaper, incontinence pad etc.) has a color change indicator that employs a synergistic combination an acid component and a...
US20090157023 Urine Volume Hydration Test Devices  
In accordance with one embodiment of the present disclosure, a method for quantitatively or semi-quantitatively determining the volume of a test sample of urine is provided. The method includes...
US20150173968 ABSORBENT ARTICLES HAVING CHANNEL-FORMING AREAS AND WETNESS INDICATOR  
An absorbent article comprising an absorbent core having at least two longitudinally extending channel-forming areas and a wetness indicator. The core wrap comprises a top side and a bottom side,...
US20080262453 REMOTE MONITORING DIAPER SYSTEM, KIT AND METHOD OF USING  
A remote monitoring system, a kit and an associated method are presented for use in providing a convenient way to alert health care workers that a diaper is in need of being changed. The remote...
US20120165770 Absorbent article with stimulation composite  
A stimulation material is partially bonded to a pressure-sensitive adhesive to form a stimulation blend. The stimulation blend, with or without pressure-sensitive adhesive, may be juxtaposed...
US20110263952 INCONTINENCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND DIAPER  
An incontinence management system for monitoring wetness in one or more absorbent articles, includes input for receiving one or more sensor signals indicative of a presence of wetness in an...
US20090099539 Potty training liners  
Potty training liners are a comfortable, child sized, absorbent liner, with a concave center and an expandable, flexible bottom to allow rapid flowing urine collection and retention. The Liner has...
US20080262452 STANDALONE SMART DISPOSABLE DIAPER, KIT AND METHOD  
A standalone smart disposable diaper, kit and method of using same are presented for use in indicating a need to change the device when soiled. The standalone smart disposable diaper includes an...
US20120203190 Feminine Care Absorbent Article for Use in Warm Climates  
A feminine care absorbent article (e.g., feminine care pad, sanitary napkin, tampon, etc.) is provided that employs a synergistic combination of an antimicrobial composition for inhibiting the...
US20130018340 Absorbent Article Fullness Indicator  
A wetness monitoring system is provided for an absorbent article, the wetness monitoring system including a signaling device including an alarm to indicate that the absorbent article has reached...
US20120310190 Sensor Systems Comprising Anti-Choking Features  
A sensor system for detecting a property of or within an absorbent article may comprise an absorbent article and a sensor. The absorbent article may comprise a garment-facing layer and an...
US20130018231 DIAPER HAVING A WETNESS DETECTOR, SYSTEM THEREOF AND WETNESS DETECTING METHOD  
A diaper having wetness detectors, a system thereof and a wetness detecting method are adapted to detect the excreting status of an animal. The diaper includes a first set of contacts and a second...
US20140350502 ABSORBENT ARTICLE COMPRISING A TEMPERATURE SENSOR  
An absorbent article including a temperature sensor, and at least one temperature change material arranged such that it is capable of affecting a temperature change due to a supply of excrement,...
US20150005726 DISPOSABLE DIAPER HAVING REDUCED ABSORBENT CORE TO BACKSHEET GLUING  
The present disclosure generally relates to disposable diapers having absorbent cores comprising superabsorbent polymer particles which are immobilized by adhesive. The absorbent cores are...
US20120316523 Disposable Diaper Having Reduced Absorbent Core to Backsheet Gluing  
The present disclosure generally relates to disposable diapers having absorbent cores comprising superabsorbent polymer particles which are immobilized by adhesive. The absorbent cores are...
US20150051565 ABSORBENT ARTICLES WITH MULTIPLE INDICATING WIDTHS  
An absorbent article comprises a first location of a first portion of a visual fullness indicating area that is configured to change to a subsequent visual state when indicating the presence of a...
US20140039433 ABSORBENT ARTICLES WITH MULTIPLE INDICATING WIDTHS  
An absorbent article comprises a first location of a first portion of a visual fullness indicating area that is configured to change to a subsequent visual state when indicating the presence of a...
US20070276348 Method of Marking An Absorbent Article  
A method of marking an absorbent article which has a liquid pervious topsheet, a liquid impervious backsheet, and an absorbent body enclosed therebetween. The method includes providing at least...
US20130123727 DISPOSABLE WEARING ARTICLE  
A disposable wearing article improved so that leakage of body waste can be prevented, a change in color which might develop in an unused state of the wearing article can be inhibited and actually...
US20070239123 MULTI PURPOSE CLOTH FOR USE WITH INFANTS AND CHILDREN  
A multi-purpose cloth for use with infants and children is presented. The cloth includes a substantially rectangular base portion and a pocket connected to one end of the base. The pocket is...
US20100063467 Hydrogel Wound Dressings Exhibiting Reduced Fiber Losses in Use  
A wound dressing comprising: a water-absorbent fabric comprising at least about 10 wt. % of hydrogel-forming absorbent fibers based on the dry weight of the fabric; and an adhesion-resistant,...
US20150065973 Absorbent Articles With Channels  
The present disclosure is directed, in part, to an absorbent article comprising a liquid management system (LMS) and an absorbent core disposed at least partially intermediate a topsheet and a...
US20140243769 Absorbent Article Having Dryness Indicating Graphic  
An absorbent article including features facilitating toilet training of a wearer is provided. The article includes at least a first appearing graphic that changes from an initial, less visible...
US20130150816 Absorbent Article Having Dryness Indicating Graphic  
An absorbent article including features facilitating toilet training of a wearer is provided. The article includes at least a first appearing graphic that changes from an initial, less visible...
US20110046571 Absorbing and Saturation Detection Pad and Methods Thereof  
The present invention provides an absorbing pad for indicating saturation. The pad comprises inter alia from at least one absorbent body, at least one saturation sensor embedded within said...
US20120330257 Wearable Article Having A Temperature Change Element  
A wearable article useful for facilitating toilet training. The wearable article includes a temperature change element providing a cool/wet signal when wetted which causes discomfort to the...
US20070179463 Disposal absorbent product  
An absorbent product (1) is a pants-type disposal diaper and comprises a first mark (51) and a second mark (52) which are provided on a front part (201) and a back part (203) of a body part (2)...
US20060195068 Disposable garment having moisture indicator viewable through inspection window  
A disposable garment is disclosed with a flexible inspection window on the outer portion of the garment to enable a caretaker to easily determine whether the garment is soiled.

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