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CV of Prof. Dr. sc. med. Wolfgang Kaden

1927 - 2014
Place of birth: Bernsbach
 
Primary school: 1933-1937 in Bernsbach
Secondary school: 1937-1945 in Aue
after military service and detention as a prisoner of war: 1946 “Reifezeugnis” (school leaving qualification), Oberschule Aue (secondary school)
 
Medical studies: 1946-1952 University of Leipzig with licence to practice issued on 21 May 1952 and first doctoral degree (Dr. med.) awarded on 1 June 1952
Work as a junior doctor and training as a Specialist in Surgery: 1952-1958 in Aue
Training as a Specialist in Urology: up to 1961 at the Department of Surgery at the University Hospital in Halle
 
- Chief Consultant of the Urological Department and later Clinic for Nephrology and Urology: from 1961
- Medical Officer of Health (Medizinalrat): 1970
- Senior Medical Officer of Health (Obermedizinalrat): 1975
- Second doctoral degree (Dr. sc. med.): 1978
- Facultas Dozenti: 1988
- Lecturer in Urology: 1988
- Professor of Urology: 1989
 
 
Academic congresses and conferences
- 1976 Urology Congress of the then-GDR under the chairmanship of Prof. Dr. Kaden in
  Chemnitz (1974-1976 President of the Society for Urology)
- 1978 Organ donation conference in Aue
- 1979 first Congress of Nurses in the then-GDR in Chemnitz
- In-service training courses for nurses specialising in Urology – 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1990
- Endourology conference for middle-level medical staff in Aue – 1987
- Endourological in-service training courses for specialist physicians in the field of Urology in Aue – 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990
- 1988 Urosonography conference in Aue
- 1991 Conference on Androurology in Aue

 
 
Scientific work and paper presentations 
- 3 scientific films
- 4 videos
- 89 academic papers presented at national and international events
- lectures abroad: Austria, Hungary, Russia, India, Poland, Yugoslavia, Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Egypt, Algeria, Cuba
- 19 journal contributions

Total number of academic papers and lectures produced by the clinic
- 132 lectures and publications in medical and scientific journals 
 
 
Statistics (1961 to 1991)
- Total number of in-patients: approximately 35,000 in-patients
- Operations: approximately 23,000 open surgical procedures and approximately 30,000
endourological interventions
- Dialyses: 95,809
- Consultations: approximately 150,000