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In the process of psychiatric care,in order to ensure the safety of patients,their surroundings and the environment, psychiatrists often use the protective constraints.The traditional protective restraint belts are mostly tied to the patient's wrist and ankle to fasten the patient on to a chair or bed or trap the patient in the home directly.Although this practice largely limited the range of activities,the patient has lost their personal freedom and dignity at the same time.This product is designed to avoid patients with severe violence hurting themselves and others while protecting their personal freedom and dignity.Under normal circumstanc