DR. SAAD SAAD MEDICAL EXPERIENCE ACHIEVEMENTS

Dr.Saad Saad is a professional in the pediatric surgeon. He was born in a family of eight children in Palestine but grew up in Kuwait. He got his degree in Medicine from Medicine School of Cairo University, Egypt. He is a surgeon available in New Jersey, Eatontown and was associated with numerous hospitals within that area, which include the Medical Center of the University of Jersey Shore and that of Monmouth in the Long Branch Campus specializing in surgery at both centers.

Dr. Saad Saad has been practicing surgeon for over 20 years. He has during the years performed so many pediatric surgeries on patients within and outside his community. In his United States community and that of Holy land, he helped children ranging from youngsters to infants. He has also been part of several missions including four US medical missions and eight Jerusalem Medical Missions. He went to West Bank to help the poor children through performing complex operations on them. He had been disturbed by the existing procedures and methods as a physician forcing him to challenge the current state of treatment conditions to find ways of reducing the risk and pain that his patients went through. He has then come up with two inventions patented under him and has developed new and improved procedures of pediatric surgeries.

One of his inventions is that of a catheter that has in it an integral electromagnetic device that helps identify its location in a patient’s body. The normal medical catheters are inserted into a patient’s body as a tube that is used to treat conditions that are medical or perform a procedure of surgery. They can be used to drain fluids and gases or even create a path to instruments of surgery into the body. To trace them inside a patient’s body, a physician has to perform an X-ray or an MRI scan on the patient. This processes especially the MRI involves big machines that are not the most efficient in terms of portability. His catheter is developed such that to trace it in the patient’s body only an external device for locating it is used to scan. It is run over the patient’s body to signal the doctor on the position of the catheter once its tip is below the locator perpendicularly. The signal is sent through a voltage that illuminates its light. Learn more: https://www.doximity.com/pub/saad-saad-md

His other invention was that of providing an endoscope with it irrigation and suction properties during a procedure without losing contact with the targeted area. This would reduce the time and activities involved when a doctor has to remove the endoscope and insert a suction pump in the middle of a procedure.