restraining garment

An article of clothing or other wearable—e.g.,straitjacket, harness, splints, gloves, etc. — designed to mechanically restrain or prevent sleepwalking, self-injury, tooth-grinding, or other harm to patients or others
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restraining garment

Forensic psychiatry An article of clothing or other wearable-eg, straitjacket, harness, splints, gloves, etc, designed to mechanically restrain or prevent sleepwalking, self-injury, tooth-grinding, or other harm to Pts or others
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