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diaper

a. a woven pattern on fabric consisting of a small repeating design, esp diamonds
b. fabric having such a pattern
c. such a pattern, used as decoration

diaper

diaper
An allover pattern with motifs placed in a repeated design, esp. on a rectangular or diagonal grid.
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This disposable smart diaper sensor works well with ElderSens' previously announced DiaperSens ecosystem.
The agency conducted a survey of 500 parents asking about their experience with the diaper tables in public spaces during the last year and 347 (69.
Not having a rear leg or legs to help secure the diaper makes creating the right fit critical.
We are excited to partner with ShopRite and the National Diaper Bank Network to help raise awareness for this issue, and donate up to half a million diapers to provide families with the resources they need to care for their babies.
The families were advised to switch to exclusive use of disposable diapers and to begin frequent use of a zinc oxide-based thick diaper paste.
Development of these specialized diapers involved not only intensive research and design, but also interviews with nurses in NICUs and caregivers in order to produce diapers with an optimal fit for healthy growth and development.
The global baby diaper market is driven by the manufacturers involved in introducing baby diapers that have better breathability, are soft, and cause fewer rashes on the babys skin.
We are thrilled that Huggies is broadening its support for the NDBN beyond its annual donation of diapers to include 22 million baby wipes to ensure babies in need have clean and dry bottoms to remain healthy," said Joanne Goldblum, executive director of the National Diaper Bank Network.
With so many different styles to choose from, a cloth diaper is available to suit any family's needs.
Most dictionary definitions define diaper as being a garment worn strictly by babies.
The potentially severe complications of diaper need to infants, parents, and society should motivate pediatric nurses to work to lessen the diaper gap and its consequences.
Goldblum, her husband and some friends decided to start the Diaper Bank in 2004 in New Haven.