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Al-Sense panty liner device

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Barr Pharmaceuticals subsidiary Duramed Pharmaceuticals has signed an agreement with Common Sense to develop Al-Sense, a panty liner that detects amniotic fluid. The medical device features a proprietary polymer-coated polyester strip designed to detect amniotic fluid, which could indicate a problem with a pregnancy. The parties are seeking approval of the device in the U.S. and Canada. Although the product would only be available by prescription, other firms have demonstrated an interest in using panty liners as a product delivery form. Fem-V recently announced the launch of its liner, which allows women to test for vaginal infection from their homes by measuring the pH level in vaginal discharge ("1The Tan Sheet" July 3, 2006, p. 10)...

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