He studied medicine in Berlin, where one of his instructors was James Israel (1848–1926). He worked as a surgeon at the Jewish Hospital (Jüdischen Krankenhaus) in Berlin as an assistant, and later as director of the policlinic. He is remembered for experiments involving the effects of puerperal secretions.
- Untersuchung über die Einwirkung auf den puerperaler Secrete thierischen organismus, (1882)
- Die chirurgischen Krankheiten des Kindesalters, (1894)
- Pagel: Biographical Dictionary (biography of Ferdinand Karewski)
-  The Medical times and gazette
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