|Died||January 18, 1940 (aged 71)|
|Resting place||Kerepesi Cemetery, Budapest|
|Education||Eötvös Loránd University|
Hümér Hültl was a Hungarian surgeon, noted for his work with surgical staples.
Hültl is known for his work with surgical staples. In 1908, he pioneered the technique in gastrointestinal surgery, using a stapler designed by Victor Fischer. Aladár von Petz innovated further upon Hültl and Fischer's stapler, and the technique is in wide use today.
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