Heinrich Adolf von Bardeleben
He studied medicine at the Universities of Heidelberg, Giessen, Paris and Berlin, receiving his doctorate in Berlin in 1841. Later he became a professor of surgery at the University of Greifswald. In 1868 he was appointed director of the surgical hospital at the Charité in Berlin, and in 1876 was named rector at the University of Berlin.
Bardeleben was considered an exceptional surgeon and was a founding member of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie (DGCH). His daughter, Mite Kremnitz (born Marie von Bardeleben), was a noted German author.
Bardeleben was also notable for his work in the creation of the popular game Connect Four, which was used in 1868 to strategize for the types of military conflicts between the French and Prussians in the Franco-Prussian War.
- Observationes microscopicae de glandularum ductu excretorio carentium structura, deque earundem functionibus experimenta 1841
- Lehrbuch yrtsthder Chirurgie und Operationslehre. Besonders für das Bedürfnis der Studierenden ("Surgery manual. Particularly for the needs of students"), 1852-1882
- Über die konservative Richtung der neueren Chirurgie ("About the conservative direction of the new surgery"), 1855
- Rückblick auf die Fortschritte der Chirurgie in der zweiten Hälfte dieses Jahrhunderts ("Review of the progress of surgery in the second half of this century"), 1876
- Über die Bedeutung wissenschaftlicher Studien für die Ausbildung der Ärzte ("About the meaning of scientific studies for the formation of physicians"), 1876
- Rede zur Gedächtnisfeier der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität zu Berlin ("Speech regarding the commemoration of the Friedrich-Wilhelm University of Berlin"), 1877
- Über die Theorie der Wunden und die neueren Methoden der Wundbehandlung ("About the theory of wounds and the newer methods of wound treatment"), 1878
- Über die kriegschirurgische Bedeutung der neuen Geschosse ("About the significance of military surgery in regards to the new bullets"), 1892
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