Shaffer-Hartmann method

Shaf·fer-Hart·mann meth·od

(shāf'ĕr hart'măn),
an obsolete method for the quantitative determination of glucose in biologic fluids, based on the reduction of copper by the reducing group of the sugar.
[A. Shaffer, Alexis F. Hartmann]

Hartmann,

Alexis F., U.S. pediatrician, 1898-1964.
Hartmann solution - Synonym(s): lactated Ringer solution
Shaffer-Hartmann method - see under Shaffer

Shaffer,

A., U.S. biochemist, 1881-1960.
Shaffer-Hartmann method - an obsolete method for the quantitative determination of glucose in biological fluids.