Gruber method

Gru·ber meth·od

(grū'bĕr),
a modification of the Politzer method in which the patient does not swallow, but says "hoc" at the instant of compression of the bag.

Gru·ber meth·od

(grū'ber meth'ŏd)
A modification of the Politzer method in which the patient does not swallow, but says "hoc" at the instant of compression of the bag.

Gruber,

Josef, Austrian otologist, 1827-1900.
Gruber method - a modification of the Politzer method (related to permeability of eustachian tube) in which the patient does not swallow, but says "hoc" at the instant of compression of the bag.