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Werner Forssmann, a former physician from Eberswald , Germany, used a catheter as it had never been used before. In 1929, he made and incision into his antecubical vein and fed a catheter into the right atrium of his own heart. He received his Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1956 for his pioneering feat into cardiological studies.
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