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JP2011030718A
JP2011030718A JP2009178930A JP2009178930A JP2011030718A JP 2011030718 A JP2011030718 A JP 2011030718A JP 2009178930 A JP2009178930 A JP 2009178930A JP 2009178930 A JP2009178930 A JP 2009178930A JP 2011030718 A JP2011030718 A JP 2011030718A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an absorbent article which is compatible with the single use for replacing only the absorbent article and with the auxiliary use for supplementing the absorption capability of an outer absorbent article such as diapers, and to form an opening at an appropriate position and in an appropriate region by quickly moving body fluids to the outer absorbent article to prevent the displacement between them when the absorbent article is in the auxiliary use. <P>SOLUTION: A urine collecting pad 1 has an absorbent element 6 interposed between a liquid permeable top sheet 3 and a liquid permeable back sheet 2 and a liquid impermeable waterproof sheet 7 covering an outer side of the back sheet 2 via an adhesive 12, wherein the waterproof sheet 7 is peelable from the adhesive 12 and is provided with cutting guiding lines 11 to form the opening 10 by removing a part of the waterproof sheet 7, and the adhesive 12 is formed to have a prescribed width to cross at least the cutting guide lines 11. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to an absorbent article such as a urine-absorbing pad or an incontinence pad that can be used as a single substance and can also be used as an absorbent support for an absorbent article for outerwear such as a diaper.

  Conventionally, the following two usage modes are known as such absorbent articles. First, when the absorbent article itself is mounted in the underwear and only the absorbent article is exchanged in consideration of light incontinence in the daytime, or stacked on the surface side of the outer absorbent article such as a diaper. This is a case of single use, such as when replacing and using only an absorbent article that has absorbed a small amount of body fluid in order to reduce the economic burden. The second is a case of auxiliary use that is mounted on the surface side of the outer absorbent article and used to supplement the absorbent capacity of the outer absorbent article in preparation for a large amount of urine leakage at night.

  In the case of the single use, the outer surface of the absorbent article is covered with a liquid-impermeable sheet so that the absorbed body fluid does not leak into the outer underwear or the outer absorbent article. On the other hand, in the case of the auxiliary use, all or part of the outer surface side of the absorbent article is made liquid-permeable so that the absorbed body fluid can be quickly transferred to the outer outer absorbent article.

  Thus, it is necessary to make the outer surface side of the absorbent article different in liquid impermeability / liquid permeability in the case of the single use and the case of auxiliary use. As an absorbent article having such a configuration, for example, Patent Document 1 below discloses an incontinence pad provided with an opening forming means for forming an opening that exposes an absorber on a back sheet.

JP 2003-10223 A

  However, in the incontinence pad described in Patent Document 1, when the absorbent article is used as the auxiliary use, as described, for example, that the opening forming means is formed in a substantially central region with respect to the longitudinal direction of the backsheet. The opening for transferring urine to the absorbent article for outer could only be formed at a specific position. For this reason, when a local urine excretion position differs according to a wearer's sex and a body type, it was impossible to form an opening in arbitrary positions.

  In addition, in the incontinence pad described in Patent Document 1, the amount of excreted urine varies among individuals, and only an opening having a predetermined size is formed regardless of age and sex. Therefore, when a large amount of urine is excreted, the transition to the absorbent article for outerwear is not in time, and there is a possibility that problems such as liquid leakage and reversion occur from the auxiliary absorbent article.

  Furthermore, even when the opening is formed, if the part exposed from the opening does not contact the inner surface of the outer diaper and is spaced apart, the body fluid transfer from the opening is not effectively performed, and the auxiliary There is a risk that body fluid may accumulate in the absorbent article and cause problems such as liquid leakage and reversion. Further, there is a possibility that a deviation between the absorbent article and the outer absorbent article occurs.

  Therefore, the main problem of the present invention is that it can cope with the single use for exchanging only the absorbent article and the auxiliary use for supplementing the absorbent capacity of the outer absorbent article such as a diaper. An object of the present invention is to provide an absorbent article in which body fluid is quickly transferred to an absorbent article for use, the gap between the two is prevented, and an opening can be formed at an appropriate position and range.

In order to solve the above-mentioned problem, as the present invention according to claim 1, an absorbent element is interposed between a liquid-permeable top sheet and a liquid-permeable back sheet, and the outer surface side of the back sheet is an adhesive. An absorbent article covered with a liquid-impervious waterproof sheet via,
The waterproof sheet is detachable from the adhesive, and is provided with a cutting guide wire for forming an opening by removing a part of the waterproof sheet, and the adhesive is at least for the cutting An absorbent article characterized by being formed with a predetermined width so as to straddle the guide wire is provided.

  In the first aspect of the invention, the outer surface side of the liquid-permeable back sheet is covered with a liquid-impervious waterproof sheet via an adhesive, and the waterproof sheet can be peeled from the adhesive. Since the cutting guide wire for forming an opening by removing a part of the waterproof sheet is provided, and the adhesive is formed with a predetermined width so as to straddle at least the cutting guide wire, the back Usage mode in which only the absorbent article is replaced when the absorbent article is mounted on the surface side of an outer absorbent article such as an underwear or a diaper in a product state as it is covered with a waterproof sheet. Single use), all or part of the waterproof sheet is removed from the cutting guide wire, and the absorbent article is overlaid on the surface of the outer absorbent article with an opening formed. When mounted, it is possible to use aspects to compensate for the absorption capacity of the outer absorbent article (auxiliary use). As described above, the absorbent article according to the present invention can be used for both the use of a single body for exchanging only the absorbent article and the auxiliary use for supplementing the absorbent capacity of the outer absorbent article such as a diaper. It has become.

  Furthermore, in the case of the auxiliary use, since the adhesive is formed with a predetermined width so as to straddle at least the cutting guide wire, an opening is formed by removing a part of the waterproof sheet from the cutting guide wire. A part of the adhesive is exposed at least at the outer edge of the opening. By bonding this exposed adhesive to the surface of the lower outer absorbent article, the opening can be brought into close contact with the surface of the outer absorbent article, and the body fluid to the outer absorbent article through this opening The transition will be effective. At the same time, deviation between the absorbent article and the outer absorbent article can be prevented.

  As the present invention according to claim 2, there is provided the absorbent article according to claim 1, wherein the cutting guide wire is formed in a lattice shape in a plan view orthogonal to the front-rear direction and the width direction of the absorbent article. .

  In the invention according to the second aspect, since the cutting guide wire is formed in a lattice shape in a plan view orthogonal to the front-rear direction and the width direction of the absorbent article, waterproofing of the lattice portion of one compartment or a plurality of compartments The opening can be formed by removing the sheet, and an opening of an appropriate size can be formed at an appropriate position in consideration of the gender, body shape, amount of urine and the like of the wearer.

  As the present invention according to claim 3, the absorbent article according to any one of claims 1 and 2, wherein the adhesive is provided with a width of at least 2 mm to 100 mm on both sides of the cutting guide wire. Provided.

  The invention according to claim 3 defines the width of the adhesive to be exposed at the outer edge of the opening in the case of auxiliary use. By exposing the adhesive with a width of at least 2 mm to 100 mm, The outer absorbent article can be securely bonded to the surface. Thereby, in the use aspect which forms an opening in a waterproof sheet, the body fluid absorbed by the absorbent article can be quickly transferred to the lower outer absorbent article.

  As described above in detail, according to the present invention, it is possible to cope with single use for exchanging only absorbent articles and auxiliary use for supplementing the absorbent capacity of outer absorbent articles such as diapers. The body fluid is quickly transferred to the absorbent article for use, the deviation between them can be prevented, and an opening can be formed at an appropriate position and range.

It is a reverse view of the urine picking pad 1 which concerns on this invention. It is the partially broken surface view. It is the III-III arrow directional view of FIG. It is sectional drawing which shows the mounting state to the diaper 30 for outerwear of the urine picking pad 1. FIG. It is a back view of the urine picking pad 1 which shows the state which formed the opening 10. It is sectional drawing which shows the mounting state to the diaper 30 for outerwear of the urine picking pad 1 in which the opening 10 was formed.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
(Structure of urine collecting pad 1)
As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the urine absorbing pad 1 according to the present invention is made of cotton pulp or the like, and has an absorber 4 having a certain degree of rigidity, such as a rectangular shape (or an hourglass shape), and the absorber. A perforated or non-perforated nonwoven fabric or perforated plastic sheet disposed so as to cover the surface of the absorbent element 6 (the skin contact surface side). And the like, and a perforated or non-porous nonwoven fabric or a perforated plastic sheet disposed so as to cover the back surface side (non-skin contact surface side) of the absorbent element 6. It is mainly composed of a liquid-permeable back sheet 2 and a liquid-impervious waterproof sheet 7 made of paper, a film material, or the like that covers the outer surface side of the back sheet 2 with an adhesive 12. In addition, the slip prevention adhesive layer (not shown) for the slip prevention with the underwear or the outer diaper can be provided in the back surface side (non-skin contact surface side) of the said waterproof sheet 7. FIG.

  In the present invention, in particular, the waterproof sheet 7 can be peeled from the pressure-sensitive adhesive 12, and a cutting guide wire 11 is provided for forming an opening 10 by removing a part of the waterproof sheet 7. The adhesive 12 is formed with a predetermined width so as to straddle at least the cutting guide wire 11.

In the following, each configuration will be specifically described in detail.
The absorbent body 4 constituting the absorbent element 6 is composed of, for example, a fiber aggregate such as cotton pulp and a high absorbent material such as a super absorbent polymer (SAP) or a fibrous SAP. Is used, and the width dimension is a dimension width that does not give the wearer a feeling of gore by hitting the crotch part. The planar shape of the absorbent body 4 may be a substantially hourglass shape having constricted portions on both sides in order to reduce the contact with the legs.

  Further, synthetic fibers may be mixed in the absorbent body 4. As the synthetic fiber, for example, polyolefins such as polyethylene or polypropylene, polyesters such as polyethylene terephthalate and polybutylene terephthalate, polyamides such as nylon, and copolymers thereof can be used. It may be a mixture. In addition, a composite fiber such as a core-sheath fiber, a side-by-side fiber, or a split fiber having a fiber having a high melting point as a core and a fiber having a low melting point as a sheath can also be used. In the case of a hydrophobic fiber, it is desirable to use a synthetic fiber that has been surface-treated with a hydrophilizing agent so as to have an affinity for body fluids.

  Examples of the superabsorbent polymer include cross-linked polyacrylate, self-crosslinked polyacrylate, saponified acrylate-vinyl acetate copolymer cross-linked, isobutylene / maleic anhydride copolymer cross-linked, Examples include cross-linked polysulfonates, and partially cross-linked water-swellable polymers such as polyethylene oxide and polyacrylamide. Among these, those based on acrylic acid or acrylate that are excellent in water absorption and water absorption speed are preferred. In the production process, the superabsorbent polymer having the water absorption capability can adjust the water absorption (absorption capacity) and the water absorption speed by adjusting the crosslink density and the crosslink density gradient. The content ratio of the superabsorbent polymer in the absorbent body 4 is suitably about 30 to 70%, but is not limited thereto.

  The absorber 4 is surrounded by the encapsulating sheet 5. Although the wrapping sheet 5 can be made of crepe paper made of a paper material such as tissue, it is preferable to use a nonwoven fabric in order to increase the absorption speed. When using a non-woven fabric, a non-woven fabric processed by a spunbond method or an SMS method, particularly a non-woven fabric processed by an SMS method, is preferred because of its excellent balance between thinness and strength. On the other hand, the encapsulating sheet 5 may be omitted, and it is preferable in terms of absorption speed and cost to directly wrap the absorber 4 with the top sheet 3 and the back sheet 2.

  As the liquid-permeable top sheet 3 covering the surface side (skin contact surface side) of the absorbent element 6, a porous or non-porous nonwoven fabric, a porous plastic sheet, or the like is preferably used. The material fibers that make up the nonwoven fabric can be synthetic fibers such as olefins such as polyethylene or polypropylene, polyesters and polyamides, recycled fibers such as rayon and cupra, and natural fibers such as cotton. A nonwoven fabric obtained by an appropriate processing method such as a spun bond method, an SMS method, a thermal bond method, an air through method, a point bond method, a melt blown method, or a needle punch method can be used. In particular, a nonwoven fabric processed by the SMS method is suitable so that pulp and SAP constituting the absorbent body 4 do not come out. When a large number of through holes are formed in the top sheet 3, urine and the like are quickly absorbed, and the dry touch property is excellent. The top sheet 3 extends from the side edge of the absorbent element 6 to the side.

  As the liquid-permeable back sheet 2 that covers the back surface side (outer surface side) of the absorbent element 6, a porous or non-porous nonwoven fabric, a porous plastic sheet, or the like is preferably used in the same manner as the top sheet 3. The back sheet 2 also extends from the side edge of the absorbent element 6 to the same range as the top sheet 3 on the side. In the illustrated example, the top sheet 3 and the back sheet 2 are covered with the front and back surfaces of the absorbent element 6 each composed of a separate sheet material, but the non-woven fabric that constitutes the top sheet 3 and the back sheet 2, It may be made of a continuous nonwoven fabric, and the absorbent element 6 may be wrapped in a forehead or enveloped by this nonwoven fabric.

The back side (outer side) of the back sheet 2 is covered with a liquid-impervious waterproof sheet 7. As the waterproof sheet 7, a liquid-impervious plastic film such as paper, polyethylene, or polypropylene, a non-woven fabric, or the like is used. In recent years, a sheet having moisture permeability is preferably used from the viewpoint of preventing stuffiness. The plastic film is a microporous sheet obtained by, for example, melt-kneading an inorganic filler in an olefin resin such as polyethylene or polypropylene to form a sheet, and then stretching in a uniaxial or biaxial direction. If the thickness is the same, the rigidity is lower than that of the non-porous sheet, which is superior in terms of flexibility. Specifically, it is desirable to use a liquid-impermeable sheet having a moisture permeability measured according to JIS Z 0208 of 1500 to 12000 g / m 2 · 24 hr, preferably 2000 to 12000 g / m 2 · 24 hr.

  The waterproof sheet 7 can be peeled from the adhesive 12 by performing a peeling process on the surface on the back sheet 2 side. As the peeling treatment, a release treatment such as applying a release treatment liquid such as a silicon resin, a fluorine resin, or an ethylene tetrafluoride resin to the surface on the back sheet 2 side or spray-applying the surface. It can be performed. It should be noted that the film itself or the nonwoven fabric itself may be used as long as it does not cause a substantial decrease in the adhesive force even without special peeling treatment.

  The waterproof sheet 7 is provided with a cutting guide wire 11 serving as a guide for removing a part thereof to form the opening 10 (see FIG. 5). The cutting guide wire 11 can be, for example, an easily tearable line such as a perforation formed by a cut line penetrating the waterproof sheet 7 intermittently or a continuous half cut line in the thickness direction.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the cutting guide wire 11 is preferably formed in a lattice shape in plan view orthogonal to the front-rear direction and the width direction of the urine collection pad 1. In the illustrated example, the urine collecting pad 1 is provided over the entire length in the front-rear direction and the width direction, but may be provided in a lattice form in the intermediate region.

  When the cutting guide wires 11 are formed in a lattice shape, each lattice is a rectangle or a square having a side of about 4 mm to 200 mm. Further, when the cutting guide wires 11, 11,... Are formed over the entire length in the front-rear direction and the width direction as in the illustrated example, at least three grids are formed in the width direction and three or more in the longitudinal direction. It is preferable to do.

  In the case where the cutting guide wire 11 is formed in a lattice shape in plan view, the waterproof sheet 7 of the grid portion of one section or a plurality of sections is separated from the cutting guide wire 11 and removed at any position. A size opening 10 can be formed. For example, in the example shown in FIG. 5, the opening 10 is formed by removing the waterproof sheet 7 in the lattice portion of the two sections at the center of the urine absorbing pad 1. The openings 10 may be formed with a plurality of spaced openings 10 by removing the waterproof sheet 7 in the separated lattice portions. Thereby, the opening 10 having an appropriate size can be formed at an appropriate position in consideration of the gender, body shape, amount of urine, and the like of the wearer.

  Here, when the opening 10 is formed by removing a part of the waterproof sheet 7 from the cutting guide wire 11, the surface of the waterproof sheet 7 on the back sheet 2 side can be peeled from the adhesive 12. Therefore, the waterproof sheet 7 can be easily peeled from the adhesive 12.

  On the other hand, the adhesive 12 is formed with a predetermined width so as to straddle at least the cutting guide wire 11. As the pressure-sensitive adhesive 12, it is desirable to use a non-water-permeable, water-repellent hot melt adhesive, and other styrenic polymers, tackifiers, and plasticizers whose main components are also used. Can do. Examples of the styrenic polymer include styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene block copolymers, styrene-butylene-styrene block copolymers, and styrene-isobutylene-styrene copolymers. It may be used or two or more polymer blends. Among these, a styrene-ethylene-butylene-styrene block copolymer is preferable in terms of good thermal stability. As the tackifier and plasticizer, those that are solid at room temperature can be preferably used. Examples of the tackifier include C5 petroleum resins, C9 petroleum resins, dicyclopentadiene petroleum resins, and rosin petroleum resins. In addition to monomer plasticizers such as triphenyl phosphate, dibutyl phthalate and dioctyl phthalate, polymer plasticizers such as vinyl polymers and polyesters can be used. Can be mentioned.

  It is desirable that the pressure-sensitive adhesive 12 is applied to the cutting guide wire 11 in a planar shape with a width of at least 2 mm to 100 mm, preferably a width of 5 mm to 50 mm on both sides thereof. When the opening 10 is formed by applying at least 2 mm to 100 mm on both sides of the cutting guide wire 11, the adhesive 12 is exposed to the outer edge of the opening 10 with a width of at least 2 mm to 100 mm. The width of the exposed pressure-sensitive adhesive 12 is determined in consideration of the adhesiveness to the surface of the lower outer diaper 30. Further, when the adhesive 12 is formed in a planar shape in a region including the cutting guide wire 11, the cutting guide wire 11 is formed by a cut line that passes through the waterproof sheet 7 intermittently such as a perforation. However, the liquid impermeability of the waterproof sheet 7 is not impaired.

  Specifically, in the illustrated example, a grid-like adhesive 12a provided with a predetermined width on both sides of the cutting guide wire 11 formed in a grid shape, and a frame-like shape along the outer edge of the waterproof sheet 7 An adhesive 12b is formed.

By the way, although not shown, it is possible to prevent side leakage by disposing a gather sheet for forming a three-dimensional gather in which the surface of the urine collecting pad 1 stands on both side portions.
(Usage of urine pad 1)
A method for using the urine absorbing pad 1 will be described. First, as a first mode of use, when the urine collecting pad 1 alone is mounted in the underwear and only the urine collecting pad 1 is used in consideration of light incontinence in the daytime, the outer surface side of the back sheet 2 is waterproof. It is inserted in the underwear as it is covered with the seat 7. Similarly, as shown in FIG. 4, when the outer diaper 30 is worn on top of the surface, the urine absorbing pad 1 that has absorbed a small amount of bodily fluid is used for replacement in order to reduce the economic burden. Also, the outer surface of the back sheet 2 is interposed on the front side of the outer diaper 30 with the waterproof sheet 7 covered.

  Thus, in the case of a single use in which only the urine removing pad 1 is replaced, the outer surface side of the back sheet 2 is covered with the liquid-impervious waterproof sheet 7, so that the bodily fluid absorbed by the absorbent body 4 is on the outer surface side. There is no leakage to the underwear or the outer diaper 30, and only the urine collecting pad 1 can be replaced.

  On the other hand, as a second usage mode, in the case of auxiliary use that is used by overlapping the outer diaper 30 on the surface side and used to supplement the absorption capacity of the outer diaper 30 in preparation for a large amount of urine leakage at night, etc. 5, the surface of the outer diaper 30 is removed as shown in FIG. 6 in a state in which a part of the waterproof sheet 7 is separated and removed from the cutting guide wire 11 and the opening 10 is formed. I put it on the side.

  Thereby, the bodily fluid absorbed in the absorbent body 4 of the urine absorbing pad 1 is transferred from the opening 10 to the lower outer diaper 30 and can function as an auxiliary use for assisting the absorption capacity of the outer diaper 30. It becomes like this.

  Moreover, since a part of the adhesive 12 formed with a predetermined width so as to straddle the cutting guide wire 11 is exposed at least at the outer edge of the opening 10, the adhesive 10 acts to open the opening 10. Can be brought into close contact with the surface of the lower outer diaper 30, and body fluid can be effectively transferred to the outer diaper 30 through the opening 10. At the same time, deviation between the urine absorbing pad 1 and the outer diaper 30 can be prevented.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Urine pick-up pad, 2 ... Back sheet, 3 ... Top sheet, 4 ... Absorber, 5 ... Encapsulating sheet, 6 ... Absorbing element, 7 ... Waterproof sheet, 10 ... Opening, 11 ... Guide wire for cutting, 12 ... Adhesive

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  1. Absorbency in which an absorbent element is interposed between the liquid-permeable top sheet and the liquid-permeable back sheet, and the outer surface side of the back sheet is covered with a liquid-impervious waterproof sheet via an adhesive Goods,
    The waterproof sheet is detachable from the adhesive, and is provided with a cutting guide wire for forming an opening by removing a part of the waterproof sheet, and the adhesive is at least for the cutting An absorbent article characterized by being formed with a predetermined width so as to straddle the guide wire.
  2.   The absorbent article according to claim 1, wherein the cutting guide wire is formed in a lattice shape in a plan view orthogonal to the front-rear direction and the width direction of the absorbent article.
  3.   The absorbent article according to any one of claims 1 and 2, wherein the pressure-sensitive adhesive is provided with a width of at least 2 mm to 100 mm on both sides of the cutting guide wire.
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