nonrestraint


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nonrestraint

(nŏn″rē-strānt′) [L. non, not, + re, back, + stringere, to bind back]
Treatment of the uncooperative without using mechanical restraints.
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On the debate about the relationship of restraint to violence, see Porter, 214-16; on the role of John Conolly in the nonrestraint movement, see Andrew Scull, "John Conolly: A Victorian Psychiatric Career," in The Anatomy of Madness, ed.
Statistical comparisons (t-tests) were made between the nonrestraint control and restraint packages for each warp type.