PE07392000A1 - disposable article having sensor components of bodily wastes - Google Patents

disposable article having sensor components of bodily wastes

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PE07392000A1
PE07392000A1 PE00059999A PE00059999A PE07392000A1 PE 07392000 A1 PE07392000 A1 PE 07392000A1 PE 00059999 A PE00059999 A PE 00059999A PE 00059999 A PE00059999 A PE 00059999A PE 07392000 A1 PE07392000 A1 PE 07392000A1
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Peru
Prior art keywords
element
detect
enzymes
biological
analyte
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PE00059999A
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Spanish (es)
Inventor
Andreas Muscat
Donald Carroll Roe
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Procter & Gamble
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Priority to US9099398P priority Critical
Priority to US09/106,225 priority patent/US6186991B1/en
Priority to US09/107,561 priority patent/US6149636A/en
Priority to EP98120476A priority patent/EP0997125A1/en
Priority to US09/299,399 priority patent/US6713660B1/en
Priority to US13107399P priority
Application filed by Procter & Gamble filed Critical Procter & Gamble
Publication of PE07392000A1 publication Critical patent/PE07392000A1/en

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Abstract

SE REFIERE A UN ARTICULO DESECHABLE QUE COMPRENDE: A) UN BIOSENSOR ADAPTADO PARA DETECTAR ANALITOS BIOLOGICOS OBJETIVO COMO: BACTERIAS PATOGENICAS, BACTERIAS DEL COLON, VIRUS, PARASITOS, TOXINAS BACTERIANAS, HONGOS Y ENZIMAS, EN DESECHOS CORPORALES O EN LA PIEL DEL USUARIO; It REFERS TO A disposable article comprising: a) a biosensor ADAPTED FOR BIOLOGICAL ANALYTE goal as DETECT: BACTERIA Pathogenic, colonic bacteria, viruses, parasites, bacterial toxins, fungi and enzymes, BODILY WASTE OR SKIN USER; B) UN ELEMENTO LIMPIADOR PARA A); B) AN ELEMENT FOR A CLEANER); C) UN ELEMENTO DE SOPORTE PARA A) QUE PUEDE SER FIJADO O SEPARADO DE ESTE; C) A support element for A) which can be attached or detached from it; D) UN ACCIONADOR QUE REALIZA UNA O MAS FUNCIONES DE RESPUESTA CUANDO A) DETECTA UN ANALITO BIOLOGICO OBJETIVO; D) an actuator that performs one or more functions RESPONSE WHEN A) detects a biological target analyte; E) UNA HOJA SUPERIOR; E) a top sheet; F) UNA HOJA POSTERIOR UNIDA AE); F) a backsheet UNITED AE); Y, G) UN NUCLEO ABSORBENTE ENTRE E) YF). And g) an absorbent core intermediate e) and f). DONDE, A) INCLUYE: I) UN ELEMENTO DE BIO-RECONOCIMIENTO DISPUESTO SOBRE UN SUSTRATO Y SELECCIONADO DE ENZIMAS, SECUENCIA DE ENZIMAS, UN ANTICUERPO, DNA, ENTRE OTROS; Wherein a) includes: i) ELEMENT PROVIDED BIO-RECOGNITION AND SELECTED ON A SUBSTRATE ENZYME, SEQUENCE ENZYMES, an antibody, DNA, among others; Y, II) UN TRANSDUCTOR SELECCIONADO DEL GRUPO DE TRANSDUCTORES ELECTROQUIMICOS, OPTICOS, TERMICOS Y ACUSTICOS. And ii) a transducer TRANSDUCER GROUP SELECTED ELECTROCHEMICAL, optical, thermal and acoustic. ASIMISMO, A) DETECTA AL ANALITO BIOLOGICO OBJETIVO ANTES DEL COMIENZO DE SINTOMAS CLINICAMENTE OBSERVABLES DE DETERMINADA CONDICION. IN ADDITION, A) DETECT BIOLOGICAL analyte target before the onset of symptoms of clinically evident certain condition. EL ARTICULO ABSORBENTE DESECHABLE PUEDE SER: UNA TOALLA SANITARIA, UN PANAL, UN PANTALON DE ENTRENAMIENTO, UNA INSERCION Y UN DISPOSITIVO PARA INCONTINENCIA PARA ADULTOS THE MAY BE disposable absorbent article: a sanitary napkin, diaper, sweatpants, an insert and a device for adult incontinence
PE00059999A 1998-06-29 1999-06-30 disposable article having sensor components of bodily wastes PE07392000A1 (en)

Priority Applications (6)

Application Number Priority Date Filing Date Title
US9099398P true 1998-06-29 1998-06-29
US09/106,225 US6186991B1 (en) 1998-06-29 1998-06-29 Disposable article having a responsive system including a mechanical actuator
US09/107,561 US6149636A (en) 1998-06-29 1998-06-29 Disposable article having proactive sensors
EP98120476A EP0997125A1 (en) 1998-10-29 1998-10-29 Measuring system and measuring sensor for detecting and measuring the presence of faeces in an absorbent article
US13107399P true 1999-04-26 1999-04-26
US09/299,399 US6713660B1 (en) 1998-06-29 1999-04-26 Disposable article having a biosensor

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PE07392000A1 true PE07392000A1 (en) 2000-10-20

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