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Arthur Weber Wikipedia
Arthur Weber (3 August 1879 in Fechenheim, Germany – 7 June 1975) was a German doctor who studied electrocardiography, reentrant tachycardia, phonocardiography, radiography and their uses in diagnosing heart diseases. He published several papers in the 1920s and 1930s on the subject.
Professor Arthur Weber and Professor Bruno Kisch formed the German Society for Circulation Research on June 3, 1927, "to bring forward circulation research in Germany"; this organization was later to become the German Cardiac Society.
The Arthur Weber Prize Arthur Weber-Preis awarded by the German Cardiac Society as recognition of his accomplishments in the field.