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In modern societies, disposable diapers constitute a significant percentage of municipal solid wastes. They have been… Expand In light of cross-cultural and experimental research highlighting effects of childrearing practices on infant motor skill, we… Expand The possibilities for the management of disposable diapers in municipal solid waste have been studied. An in-depth revision of… Expand OBJECTIVES: To describe the types of continence aids that older adults hospitalized in acute medical units use and to test the… Expand The use of disposable diapers has offered improved health care benefits. Urine and fecal matter leakage from the cloth nappies… Expand Infants wearing breathable disposable diapers experienced significantly less diaper dermatitis (DD) compared to infants wearing… Expand Urinary incontinence is a multibillion-dollar health problem that afflicts almost 60% of some 2 million residents of the 20 000… Expand We evaluated 149 infants diapered in either conventional cellulose core disposable diapers or diapers containing cellulose core… Expand Abstract: Diaper dermatitis resuits from the action of a number of physical and chemical factors on the sicin. While its etiology… Expand Disposable infant diapers with absorbent gelling material (cross-linked sodium polyacrylates) incorporated into the core were… Expand