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University Hospital Bonn (UKB)

University Clinic was established in 2001 on the basis of the Medical University in the German city of Bonn. The hospital is actively involved in research at the Medical Faculty of the University of Bonn. Ranked 18th among the best medical centers in Germany, according to Newsweek.

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About University Hospital Bonn

University Hospital Bonn is one of the largest employers in Bonn, includes 38 clinics and 31 institutes. Every year, UKB treats 350,000 outpatients, 50,000 inpatients, and 40,000 emergencies. UKB is responsible for patient care, including effective treatment. The hospital provides a health link to the areas of research and teaching at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Bonn.

University Hospital Bonn in Figures



more than 8,300


more than 440,000

patients per year

Advantages of University Hospital Bonn

UKB offers its pateints best medical care. The latest equipment is installed here and innovative methods of treatment and diagnostics obtained as a result of medical research are applied.
University Hospital Bonn was created on the basis of a local university which makes it possible to conduct a lot of research and develop new treatment methods.
Interdisciplinary Approach
At University Hospital Bonn, doctors of related specialties create individual treatment programs to achieve the most effective result.
Leaders in Treatment
University Hospital Bonn has become a leader in the treatment of epilepsy both in Germany and worldwide. Also, the largest pediatric cardiac surgery center in the country was opened on the basis of the hospital.
Precise Diagnostics
niversity Hospital Bonn has exclusively modern equipment which allows to conduct accurate diagnostics.
Effective Treatment
At University Hospital Bonn, doctors work according to modern European protocols which guarantees highly effective treatment. UKB develops original methods of therapy, helping patients at all stages of the disease as well.

University Hospital Bonn: International Awards and Achievements

Specialization of the University Hospital Bonn

University Hospital Bonn specializes in all areas of medicine. Doctors carry out diagnostics and treatment at the highest level for all diseases. However, among all specializations, the leading areas can be distinguished: ophthalmology, endocrinology, pediatric and adult cardiology and cardiac surgery, gynecology, gastroenterology, otolaryngology, pediatric urology, neurourology, neurology and neurosurgery, orthopedics and traumatology, pediatric and adult hematology and oncology.


The Department of Comprehensive Oncology at the University Hospital Bonn is part of the Center for Integrated Oncology (CIO). Here, doctors diagnose and treat, give recommendations and advice, adjust nutrition and lifestyle after a cancer diagnosis.

Experienced oncologists of all disciplines create an individual plan of examination and therapy for each patient. Experts work as a team to prescribe the necessary and effective, in each case, techniques.

In the Department of Comprehensive Oncology, doctors deal with pancreatic cancer, acute leukemia, eye tumors, breast, colon, ovary, cervix, uterus, bladder, skin, testicles, liver, lungs, lymph nodes, stomach, oropharynx, neuroendocrine neoplasia, kidneys, prostate, thyroid, salivary gland, esophagus, soft tissue sarcomas, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, brain tumors, multiple myeloma, neuroblastoma. Highly specialized subdivisions have been created in the department as well.

Breast Cancer Center
Doctors at University Hospital Bonn diagnose both early and advanced breast cancer. Conservative therapy is used (chemotherapy, radiation, targeted, hormonal therapy) and organ-preserving operations are performed if possible. If the tumor is large, complex therapy (chemotherapy, radiation or hormonal therapy) is performed before the surgery. It reduces the size of the tumor and makes it possible to save the breast. If it is not possible to save the mammary gland, plastic reconstructive surgery is performed after tumor resection.
Colon Cancer Center
An interdisciplinary team of experts provides effective care at University Hospital Bonn in the Colon Cancer Center. Doctors collaborate with colleagues from related fields to achieve the most positive result. Colon cancer is diagnosed with the help of colonoscopy and abdominal ultrasound. Sometimes other diagnostic methods are needed. In the later stages of the disease. CT, MRI and PET / CT can accurately diagnose the size of the tumor and the presence of metastases. Surgeons-oncologists perform operations to remove colon cancer using the latest equipment which helps avoid complications and a long rehabilitation period.
Endocrine Malignancies
The Center for Malignant Tumors of the Endocrine System at University Hospital Bonn treats patients with thyroid carcinomas, neuroendocrine tumors and cancers of other hormone-producing organs. The most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities are available here to guarantee comprehensive and optimal care, accurate diagnosis, effective therapy and safe operations.
Gynecological Cancer Center
The center provides comprehensive and integrative care: high-precision diagnostics, interventional, drug therapy and surgical interventions are carried out. University Hospital Bonn offers patients primary supportive care which includes individual and timely care in the department of psycho-oncology, social services, diet therapy, pain management and palliative care.
Skin Cancer Center
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At the Skin Cancer Centre, doctors diagnose, advise, prescribe therapy and follow up care for patients with skin tumors. An individual, modern and interdisciplinary approach to patient treatment is a priority for the center. At the infusion unit of the University Hospital of Bonn, patients with neglected tumor diseases are treated with innovative immunotherapies. The Skin Cancer Centre offers patients new and innovative medications for successful treatment.
Urologic Oncology Center
Urologic Oncology Center specializes in diagnostics and treatment of patients with urological tumors (kidney, urinary tract and male genital organs). In order to provide patients with the best possible care, an interdisciplinary team works at the center of the UKB.
Head and Neck Tumor Center
The treatment spectrum of the Head and Neck Cancer Center includes all surgery of the upper respiratory tract and digestive tract, including the lymph nodes of the neck. Particular attention at the University Hospital Bonn is given to reconstructive surgery after surgery to remove tumors.
Neuro-Oncology Center
The Neuro-Oncology Center at UKB treats patients with tumors of the brain, spinal cord and meninges. In order to provide optimal patient care, specialists from different fields work together in different disciplines and jointly develop individual diagnostic and therapeutic methods for each patient.
Sarcoma Center
For optimal treatment coordinated by the Center for Integrated Oncology (CIO) doctors provide a wide range of interdisciplinary services in highly specialized departments of sarcoma surgery, oncology, radiotherapy, pathology and radiology. From the available treatment options, an effective program is created for the patient in order to achieve the best possible therapy outcomes.
Children's Cancer Center
In a specialized Children's Cancer Center, doctors treat children and adolescents with tumors, leukemia, and other diseases of the blood and immune system. Autologous and allogeneic transplantation of blood stem cells is also carried out in the treatment of patients with therapy-resistant diseases and relapses. In addition, doctors treat children with bleeding disorders in collaboration with the Institute for Experimental Hematology and Transfusion Medicine at UKB.

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Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery
Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery


At the Department of Neurology at University Hospital Bonn, doctors diagnose and treat various neurological diseases:

  • headaches;
  • vascular pathologies of the brain;
  • infectious processes of the nervous system;
  • multiple sclerosis;
  • brain tumors;
  • neurodegenerative diseases;
  • pathology of the peripheral nervous system;
  • muscle diseases.
At University Hospital Bonn, neurological pathologies are diagnosed using the latest equipment, which prevents inaccuracies during diagnostics.
CSF analysis (prescribed for suspected inflammatory polyneuropathy and multiple sclerosis, performed using lumbar puncture).
Ultrasound examination of blood vessels supplying the brain.
Electrophysiological diagnostics:
  • electroencephalography (EEG): measurement of the electrical activity of the brain taken from the surface of the skin of the scalp;
  • neurography: measurement of nerve conduction in the peripheral nervous system;
  • electromyography (EMG): determination of the electrical activity of muscles;
  • evoked potentials: measurement of nerve conduction in the brain and spinal cord;
  • electrooculography: registration of eye movements;
  • autonomous functional diagnostics: study of the regulation of blood pressure and heart rate by the nervous system.
X-ray methods:
  • myelography,
  • angiography,
  • computed tomography (CT),
  • magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Biopsy (tissue sampling for histology in case of brain cancer or muscle tissue in case of suspected muscle diseases).

At University Hospital of Bonn, doctors develop proprietary methods for the treatment of many neurological diseases. The department also provides effective drug therapy with high-quality drugs, for example, for migraine, Parkinson's disease and myasthenia gravis. Neurologists also actively collaborate with neurosurgeons and radiologists who provide chemotherapy for certain brain tumors.

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At University Hospital Bonn, neurosurgeons successfully operate on various pathologies of the brain and spinal cord, spine and nervous system. In addition, physiotherapy and rehabilitation procedures are carried out for patients. There are three main areas of treatment at the Department of Neurosurgery at the University Hospital Bonn:

  • tumors of the brain and spinal cord;
  • cerebrovascular disease;
  • spinal diseases.
In addition, doctors specialize in pediatric neurosurgery, peripheral nerve surgery, functional neurosurgery and epilepsy surgery.

University Hospital Bonn is fitted up with the latest equipment and surgeons perform high-precision operations without complications and a long rehabilitation period.

The department also deals with vascular neurosurgery, tumor surgery, skull base, pituitary and spine surgery. Working closely with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Bonn, neurosurgeons are conducting various researches, introducing new treatment methods and looking for more effective ways to cure.

Head of the Department

Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery

The Cardiology Center at University Hospital Bonn has become the largest center for cardiology in Germany. It consists of 7 emergency stations, 2 ICUs, 3 operating rooms and 6 cardiac catheter laboratories.

UKB deals with:
  • heart defects (aortic stenosis, aortic regurgitation, mitral valve stenosis, mitral insufficiency, tricuspid valve stenosis, tricuspid regurgitation);
  • ischemic heart disease;
  • acute and chronic heart failure;
  • pathologies of the aorta;
  • vascular pathologies;
  • lung diseases resulting from cardiac pathologies;
  • cardiac arrhythmias.

  • duplex sonography;
  • 3D sonography;
  • contrast-enhanced ultrasound;
  • CW dopplerography;
  • treadmill ergometry;
  • capillary microscopy;
  • arterial and venous stepping and occlusal plethysmography;
  • acral light plethysmography;
  • oscillography.

  • digital subtraction angiography of the vessels of the pelvis and legs, as well as supraortal vessels;
  • intravascular ultrasound.

  • Drug therapy (drugs that lower or increase blood pressure, beta-blockers, cardiac glycosides, etc);
  • Implantation of event recorders in cases of unclear unconsciousness and for the detection of atrial fibrillation;
  • Cardiac systems (artificial pumps for highly effective blood circulation support): in case of sudden cardiovascular failure, ECLS (Extracorporeal Life Support System, sometimes also called ECMO) is used to stabilize blood circulation in the short term and start further treatment. If long-term circulatory support is required, a left ventricular assist device (LVAD) is usually implanted, and normal function must be achieved for many years.
  • Pacemaker therapy: implantation and aftercare (regular use of MRI-enabled devices, implantation of leadless pacemakers through a cardiac catheter through the groin);
  • Defibrillator therapy: implantation and postoperative care (MRI-enabled devices, subcutaneous defibrillators without probes in the vessels and heart);
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy: implantation and rehabilitation (CRT) for heart failure (MRI-enabled devices, so-called quadripolar sensors);
  • Cardiac beat modulation: implantation and follow-up (CCM) in heart failure (additional therapy in patients with heart failure despite optimal medical therapy);
  • Home monitoring and telemetry surveillance and surveillance in front of patients at risk.
Head of the Department

Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery

The Department of Pediatric Cardiology at University Hospital Bonn treats infants, children and adolescents with congenital and acquired heart defects. Doctors also successfully perform surgeries on heart defects.

Cardiologists collaborate with the department of prenatal medicine and obstetrics, which allows for multidisciplinary care for babies in the womb. Both premature babies and newborns with heart disease are treated in a state-of-the-art intensive care unit, in collaboration with colleagues from the neonatology department.

It is worth noting interventional catheter therapy — simplification of heart surgery or complete replacement of the operation. This avoids complications and a long rehabilitation period. This method does not leave scars and marks on the body as well.

University Hospital Bonn has special outpatient centers for congenital heart disease, for patients after pacemaker or defibrillator implantation, a prenatal cardiac consultation center, research laboratories and psychosocial care centres.

Diagnostics at UKB:
  • Three-dimensional ECHO-CG;
  • Functional analysis of the heart;
  • Magnetic resonance imaging of congenital and acquired heart defects;
  • ECG;
  • Ultrasound of the heart;
  • Angiography.
Treatment at UKB:
  • Correction of all birth defects from 0 to 18 years;
  • Aortic valve reconstruction;
  • Mitral valve reconstruction;
  • Ross and Ross-Konno Surgery;
  • Correction of the transposition of the main arteries, including the Nikaidokh operation;
  • Correction of congenitally corrected transposition of the main arteries by double switching;
  • Ebstein's anomaly (Ebstein's disease);
  • Correction of the arterial trunk;
  • Total or partial anomalous connection of the pulmonary veins (TAPVD / PAPVD);
  • Pulmonary atresia with VSD (ventricular septal defect) and without;
  • Norwood operation for hypoplastic left heart syndrome.

Head of the Department


The Ophthalmology Center of University Hospital Bonn provides the latest diagnostics and innovative methods for the treatment of retinal diseases such as glaucoma and uveitis. The center also works closely with the Bonn Research Center at the University, which allows the development of new methods for examining and treating eye diseases.

UKB deals with:
  • inflammatory diseases of the eyelids (blepharitis, demodicosis caused by the demodex mite, chalazion);
  • bacterial, viral, acute and chronic conjunctivitis;
  • keratitis, clouding of the cornea, keratopathy;
  • age and secondary cataract;
  • glaucoma;
  • dystrophic diseases of the retina;
  • angiopathy;
  • thrombosis and occlusion of retinal vessels, retinal hemorrhages,
  • benign and malignant neoplasms of the eyes;
  • diseases of the vitreous body (destruction, inflammatory diseases of the vitreous body, parasitic invasions, clouding, hemorrhages in the vitreous body);
  • diseases of the choroid of the eye (iritis, iridocyclitis, choroiditis, uveitis, panuveitis);
  • neuritis and atrophy of the optic nerve;
  • myopia, farsightedness.

Diagnostics at UKB:
  • Ultrasound of the eye (assessment of the state of the structures of the eyeball – retina, eye muscles, lens);
  • visometry (determination of visual acuity);
  • perimetry (determination of dysfunction in central and peripheral vision);
  • fluorescein angiography (examination of the vessels of the eye when they are contrasted with fluorescein);
  • electrophysiological study (examination of the muscles of the eye and the outer layer of the retina);
  • examination of the fundus (evaluation of the retina, optic disc, fundus vessels);
  • autorefractometry (assessment of the state of refraction of the eyes and parameters of the cornea);
  • ultrasound biomicroscopy (acoustic study aimed at identifying the pathology of the anterior segment of the eye).

Director of the University Eye Center Bonn


At University Hospital Bonn, a team of gynecologists develop innovative medical procedures, as well as individualized care and special attention to each patient.

One of the main emphases of the department is conservative and surgical treatment of inflammatory or benign tumor diseases. Surgeons use minimally invasive surgery with laparoscopy and hysteroscopy (abdominal endoscopy and uterine endoscopy). Also, at University Hospital of Bonn, open access route through laparotomy (abdominal incision) is practically abandoned.

It is worth noting the diagnostics in the department: early detection and follow-up of patients with malignant gynecological tumors (ovary, uterus, fallopian tubes, external genitalia) are an important component of the treatment process at University Hospital Bonn.

Urogynecology with conservative and surgical treatment of urinary incontinence and genital prolapse (prolapse of vagina, bladder and uterus) is another strong points of the hospital.

A gynecological oncology center certified by the German Cancer Society has been established at University Hospital Bonn to diagnose and treat gynecological tumors at the highest level. As a result, thousands of patients come here every year.

Since 2007, University Hospital Bonn has been a Comprehensive Cancer Center funded by German Cancer Aid together with the University Hospital Cologne as Center for Integrated Oncology (CIO).

It should be mentioned that CIO is one of the four leading oncology centers in Germany which strives for the most effective treatment of patients. It is also needs to be mentioned that on the basis of the University Hospital of Bonn, clinical trials are being conducted and new methods of fighting cancer are being developed.

Director of the Clinic of Gynecology and Gynecological Oncology

Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)

The Department of Otorhinolaryngology at University Hospital Bonn has an experienced team of specialists who provide care at the highest level and in accordance with European medical protocols. Doctors carry out various conservative and surgical methods for the treatment of pathologies of the ear, throat and nose, using the latest examination methods.

University Hospital Bonn focuses on the treatment of head and neck tumors, plastic-reconstructive procedures in nose and ear surgery, and the provision of implantable hearing aids.

In addition, the department has sections of phoniatrics and pediatric audiology, where they solve problems with voice function and hearing impairment in children.

Director of the Clinic and Polyclinic of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)

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Breast Center


The Department of Endocrinology at University Hospital Bonn diagnoses and treats thyroid diseases, diabetes mellitus, osteoporosis, as well as rare diseases with complex hormonal disorders.

Doctors, in addition to treating obesity and metabolic disorders, specialize in various hormonal disorders of the pituitary, adrenal glands, calcium and bone metabolism, growth disorders, sexual dysfunction, reproductive disorders and infertility, as well as rare endocrine tumors.

The Department provides a full range of modern diagnostics and treatment of all hormonal and metabolic disorders. The hospital provides:
  • inpatient care for acute hyperglycemic and metabolic imbalances of types 1 and 2,
  • teaching and treatment program for initial manifestations,
  • post-inpatient and outpatient care for diabetes and its complications,
  • metabolic surgery for difficult-to-control diabetes.

In the field of obesity, including preparation and postoperative care for bariatric / metabolic surgery, they also carry out:
  • the conservative Bonn Obesity Treatment Program for adults with a BMI of 30 or more for 6 months;
  • the concept of multimodal obesity therapy (nutrition/exercise/behavioral therapy);
  • preparation for bariatric surgery;
  • diet after bariatric surgery;
  • nutritional advice for dyslipidemia.

Head of the Department


In the Gastroenterology department of University Hospital Bonn, pathologies of the esophagus, stomach, intestines, liver, biliary tract and pancreas are diagnosed and treated. Doctors also deal with chronic viral infections, autoimmune and metabolic liver diseases, as well as inflammatory bowel processes.

Diagnostics at the University Hospital Bonn:
High resolution esophageal manometry: measurement of pressure and movement patterns in the esophagus.
24-hour pH measurement and impedance measurement: continuous measurement of gastric acid in the esophagus or stomach for 24 hours (single and dual-channel sensors). Non-acid reflux can also be detected using impedance measurements.
D-xylose test: to measure absorption in the small intestine (detection of malabsorption disorders).
Fecal elastase: to measure exocrine pancreatic function.
Fecal calprotectin: to diagnose inflammatory activity in the gut, especially in chronic inflammatory bowel disease.
Hydrogen breath tests:
  • glucose: if abnormal bacterial colonization of the small intestine is suspected;
  • lactose: if lactose (milk sugar) intolerance is suspected;
  • lactulose: to measure transit time in the small intestine;
  • fructose: if intolerance is suspected.
13C-urea breath test:
  • urea breath test: for diagnosing Helicobacter pylori gastric infection,
  • octanoic acid breath test: to measure gastric emptying time.
Capsule endoscopy of the small intestine: diagnostics of inflammatory changes, tumors or polyps in the small intestine and search for sources of bleeding in the small intestine. In addition to the classic capsules, in which the image signal is transmitted to the receiver by radio, capsules without a radio signal are also used, suitable for patients with pacemakers or ICDs.
Liver biopsy and minilaparoscopy:
  • non-targeted liver biopsy according to the Menghini method;
  • targeted biopsy of liver formations with a puncture sensor;
  • installation of drainage under ultrasound control for abscesses and cysts of the liver;
  • diagnostic minilaparoscopy to assess the condition of the liver and abdominal cavity with image-guided biopsy.
Head of the Department

Pediatric Urology

The Department of Pediatric Urology at University Hospital Bonn deals with diseases and malformations of the urinary tract and genital organs in children.

Upper urinary tract diseases include:
  • narrowing of the renal pelvis or vesicoureteral reflux;
  • reflux of urine from the bladder into the ureter or kidneys.
Narrowing or false mouths (hypospadias, epispadias) may occur in the urethra. Children also often suffer from functional problems such as bedwetting (enuresis), urgency, or recurrent urinary tract infections. Urolithiasis is also treated in the Department of the University Hospital Bonn.

Here, special attention is paid to individual, caring and most sparing therapy. To ensure the best diagnosis and treatment, the doctors of the department work closely with colleagues from the Pediatric Polyclinic and Pediatric Radiology, the Anesthesia and Nuclear Medicine Clinic.

Head of the Department


At the Department of Neurourology at UKB, bladder dysfunction caused by damage to the innervating pathways is treated. The injury site may be in the pelvic region, in the spinal cord, or in the brain. The cause can be accidents and injuries, as well as stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, diabetes. In patients, this can lead to urinary incontinence, or an inability to empty the bladder properly.

Neurourologists provide therapy at an early stage in order to positively influence the chronic course of the disease and prevent subsequent complications. To do this, the University Hospital of Bonn has modern equipment with the help of which all the necessary diagnostic tests and effective methods of treatment are carried out.
Diagnostics at UKB
  • video urodynamics for the classification of urinary incontinence and bladder dysfunction with uroflow and pelvic floor EMG;
  • urodynamic measuring station for cystometry and urethral pressure profile measurement;
  • uroflowmetry with or without pelvic floor EMG;
  • urinology;
  • ultrasound of the urinary tract and intrarectal ultrasound (TRUS);
  • intravaginal and perineal ultrasound diagnostics in women;
  • rigid and flexible video endoscopy.
Conservative treatment at UKB
  • drug therapy;
  • magnetostimulation therapy;
  • pelvic floor training with biofeedback;
  • urinary sphincter training with video endoscopic support;
  • pelvic floor muscle training with ultrasound support;
  • functional electrical stimulation of the pelvic floor;
  • instillation treatment of the bladder;
  • instillation therapy for interstitial cystitis.
Minimally Invasive Procedures
  • neuromodulation and neurostimulation;
  • urethral injection;
  • injection treatment of the bladder with botulinum toxin;
  • injection treatment of the sphincter with botulinum toxin;
  • injection treatment of the prostate with botulinum toxin.
Surgical Procedures
  • implantation of tension-free tapes and vaginal meshes for surgery of urinary incontinence and prolapse in women;
  • mini-ligament implantation (SIS) under local anesthesia in women;
  • suburethral ligament implantation in men with stress urinary incontinence;
  • bladder enlargement procedures;
  • implantation of an artificial sphincter (artificial sphincter);
  • acute and subchronic sacral nerve stimulation (PNE testing);
  • chronic stimulation of the sacral nerve with the implantation of so-called urinary pacemakers.
Head of the Department

Orthopedics and Traumatology

The Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology of University Hospital Bonn diagnoses and successfully treats congenital and acquired diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Doctors also carry out the necessary mobilization measures and surgical interventions for injuries.

At University Hospital Bonn, a team of professionals develop individual treatment and rehabilitation programs together with specialists from related fields. German doctors also specialize in conservative and surgical treatment of pathologies and injuries of the spine.

Traumatologists at University Hospital Bonn surgically treat fractures and injuries of tendons and ligaments.

The main medical procedures done in the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology:
  • endoprosthesis replacement of the knee and hip joints;
  • minimally invasive implantation;
  • treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the spine;
  • arthroscopic surgery;
  • traumatological and reconstructive surgery.
Another focus of the department at the University Hospital Bonn is rehabilitation after surgeries, injuries or accidents.

A highly qualified team of doctors, consisting of physiotherapists, ergotherapists and massage therapists, is engaged in the rehabilitation of patients. The main goal of the doctors of UKB is to restore independence after surgery and conservative therapy, as well as to quickly return the patient to the social and professional environment.
  • physiotherapy on a neurophysiological basis;
  • manual therapy;
  • lengthening treatment (Tru-Trac);
  • electrotherapy.
  • classic massage;
  • manual lymphatic drainage;
  • heat therapy (fango, red light).
Occupational therapy
  • early rehabilitation of geriatric orthopedic traumatology;
  • motor-functional treatment;
  • brain strength training/cognitive treatment;
  • sensorimotor-perceptual treatment;
  • psychofunctional treatment.
Director of the Clinic and Polyclinic of Orthopedics and Traumatology

Pediatric Hematology and Oncology

At the Department of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology, doctors use complex diagnostics and highly developed therapy for newborns, children and adolescents to treat oncological diseases. The doctors of the department also conduct an interdisciplinary consultation to make an accurate diagnosis and prescribe effective treatment.

In the Department of Hematology and Oncology, doctors deal with tumors, leukemia and other diseases of the blood and immune system. Cellular and immunotherapeutic strategies are also being developed to treat patients with relapsing and therapy-resistant diseases. In addition, in collaboration with the Institute of Experimental Hematology and Transfusion Medicine, doctors treat children with bleeding disorders.

The main specialization of the department:
  • solid tumors,
  • brain tumors,
  • leukemia,
  • acute and chronic blood diseases,
  • bone marrow and immune defects,
  • transplantation of blood stem cells.
Medical care at University Hospital Bonn is based on standardized treatment concepts developed by national and international specialized societies. As a member of the Society of Pediatric Oncology and Hematology (GPOH) and the International Society of Pediatric Hematology (SIOP), the doctors are involved in collaborative research aimed at improving the treatment of children with cancer.

Director of the Department of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology

Breast Center

On the basis of UKB, there is a mammological center which employs highly qualified specialists in the field of gynecology, breast diseases, as well as teams of psycho-oncologists, nurses, radiologists, pathologists, oncologists, radiation therapists, physiotherapists and other specialists.

Medicamentation therapy
At the Breast Center of UKB, oncologists prescribe chemotherapy, endocrine therapy (tamoxifen, aromatase inhibitors, GnRH analogues), targeted therapy (trastuzumab, pertuzumab, CDK 4/6 inhibitors, T-DM1) and therapies to prevent or treat bone metastases (bisphosphonates). Depending on the stage and type of cancer, as well as other factors, doctors may prescribe either one type of therapy or create various combinations for maximum effectiveness.

Surgical treatment (oncoplasty)
The aim of surgical treatment at UKB is the complete removal of a malignant tumor. In the center of the breast, breast cancer is diagnosed at an early stage thanks to the latest equipment and the professionalism of doctors. Also in Germany, drug therapy is carried out before surgery, due to which it is often possible to carry out an organ-preserving operation.

If there is no way to save the mammary gland, then surgeons perform breast reconstruction using an implant, autologous tissue (the latissimus dorsi flap or TRAM flap), or a combination of both. If a so-called free flap (with a vascular connection) is needed, an oncologist consults with plastic surgeons at UKB.

In addition to the fight against oncology, in the breast center of the University Hospital Bonn, doctors perform plastic aesthetic surgery of the mammary glands:
Breast reduction and lift (reduction plastic, mastopexy, lift) Various surgical techniques while maintaining the ability to breastfeed
Correction of breast deformity
Tubular or lumpy breasts (nasal breasts), asymmetry, lack of pectoral muscle (Poland syndrome)
Breast augmentation (augmentation). Implant placement on (prepectoral) or under (subpectoral) pectoralis major muscle through an incision in the breast crease or through an incision around the areola
Gender related breast surgeries
Scar correction by cutting scars with/or autologous fat injections
Lipofilling — for a slight increase in the breast, which has not previously undergone surgery
Correction and reconstruction of the nipples — erection of the nipple with the so-called inverted nipple (retracted nipple). Nipple reconstruction with local tissue plasty
Abdominoplasty is performed from small folds on the abdomen to extensive plastic surgery of the abdominal wall
Breast Center Director

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Service at University Hospital Bonn

Service in Germany is always at a high level, the Germans, like no one else, are worried about the comfort and quality of their services. At UKB, everything is equipped for a comfortable and cozy stay in the wards and on the hospital grounds. It is worth noting that in recent years, patrons and local authorities have invested more than €200,000,000 in the improvement and equipment of the hospital. This made the clinic an advanced center of European medicine. The latest diagnostic and treatment equipment and high-tech operating rooms have made the Bonn University Hospital famous throughout Europe among doctors. And wards with increased comfort and developed infrastructure of the hospital are among the patients.

Location of the University Hospital Bonn

For the people of Bonn, the Venusberg area is synonymous with the "university hospital", which has been headquartered here since 1950. The area of the clinic is almost as large as the inner city of Bonn. At the same time, the building complex of the hospital is constantly growing, uniting the past and the future of Germany. The old wall and observation decks of the hospital still resemble the original purpose of a military facility in the past. Many of the historic buildings have been replaced with new, functional homes.

In 1950, the university clinics were moved from the city center in what is now Beethovenhalle to Venusberg. The fresh mountain air and vast forest area have also been appreciated by many of the politicians who have settled on Venusberg since 1949, including Presidents Heinrich Lübcke and Walter Scheel, as well as Herbert Wehner and Willy Brandt.

Surgical and medical clinics were created from two adjacent former command units connected by a large auditorium. At the same time, the outer houses of the Medical Clinic, the "Tuberculosis House" (today the Auenbrüger House) and the "Infection House" (today the Paul Ehrlich House) were relocated. It was followed by an ENT, a gynecological clinic, and in the 50s the first hospital, new buildings, an eye clinic and a skin clinic.

In the late 1950s, the main entrance to the hospital grounds, the arch in the tower building (now the administration), was replaced by the main gate on the west. In the 60s, the territory was expanded to the south and west, first a psychiatric hospital was built there, and in the 70s a neurosurgical clinic.

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