A medical restraint cuff is a device used to control an individual through automatically or remotely triggered drugs or chemical inhibitors.
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A medical restraint cuff is generally worn on an ankle or upper arm and is secured so the wearer cannot remove it. It can be set to inject chemical inhibitors or sedate a restrained individual upon receiving a command signal from another individual, if the restrained individual leaves a specified area, or if use of an implanted device is detected.
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