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treadmill method with electric shock source and automated tracking (MMO:0000382)
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treadmill method with electric shock source and automated tracking  
A method that utilizes a device consisting of a continuous moving belt which allows a subject to walk or run while physically remaining in one place and incorporating both an apparatus which delivers a relatively low voltage flow of electricity to the body if the subject leaves the belt and a device designed to follow a predetermined sequence of individual operations repeatedly and essentially without external influence or control to record output such as distance, speed, time, etc.

Definition Sources: American_Heritage:The_American_Heritage_Dictionary_of_the_English_Language--4th_Ed, "Website" "Website", Mosby:Mosbys_Medical_Dictionary--8th_Ed

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