Hueter maneuver

Hue·ter ma·neu·ver

(hē'tĕr),
pressing the patient's tongue downward and forward with the left forefinger in passing a stomach tube.

Hue·ter ma·neu·ver

(hē'tĕr mă-nū'vĕr)
Pressing the patient's tongue downward and forward with the left forefinger in passing a stomach tube.

Hueter,

Karl, German surgeon, 1838-1882.
Hueter maneuver - pressing the patient's tongue downward and forward with the left forefinger in passing a stomach tube.
Hueter sign - in case of fracture, the vibration expected on tapping the bone is not transmitted when tissue intervenes between the fractured parts of bone.