Staub-Traugott effect

Staub-Trau·gott ef·fect

(shtowb trow'got),
in normal people, a drop in blood glucose that follows a second oral dose of glucose given 30 minutes or so after the first.

Staub,

Hans, Swiss internist, 1890-1967.
Staub-Traugott effect - in normal persons, a drop in blood glucose which follows a second oral dose of glucose given 30 minutes or so after the first. Synonym(s): Staub-Traugott phenomenon
Staub-Traugott phenomenon - Synonym(s): Staub-Traugott effect

Traugott,

Carl, German internist, 1885–.
Staub-Traugott effect - see under Staub
Staub-Traugott phenomenon - Synonym(s): Staub-Traugott effect