Dr. Saad Saad was born in Palestine and grew up in Kuwait. Dr. Saad received the U.S. Board Certification in Pediatric Surgery. He attended the Cairo University in Egypt where he received his medical degree with top honors. He completed his internship in England before he immigrated to the United States. Dr. Saad has spent forty years in pediatric surgery.
Additional U.S. medical training by Dr. Saad included fellowships, internships, and residencies from prominent medical institutions including the Medical University of South Carolina, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, the American College of Surgeons, and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Saad has removed numerous foreign objects from the trachea, throat, and abdomen of children as young as 6 months up to age 14. Dr. Saad has performed pediatric surgeries throughout the U.S. and abroad. Saad Saad, M.D., travels to Jerusalem and the West Bank on medical missions to care for low-income children or children who are homeless.
Dr. Saad was formerly the co-Medical Director and Chief Surgeon at the K. Hovnanian Children Hospital located in New Jersey’s Ocean and Monmouth counties. Dr. Saad specializes in treating children who have medical issues involving blood disorders, circumcisions, gallbladder conditions, hernia problems, bowel resections, gastrointestinal issues, and appendectomies.
Dr. Saad has invented several patented medical devices and introduced innovative procedures. He was asked in a recent interview why did he choose to invent these innovative solutions. Dr. Saad answered that it was his mission to put a stop to unnecessary medical and surgical procedures. With his medical devices and new solutions, he could help physicians and their patients around the world come through surgeries safer and easier.
Saad Saad holds two patents on pediatric surgical devices which are presently used in national and international operating rooms. The first medical patented device helps to locate a medical catheter that can not be quickly located within the body among thick body fluids.
This electromagnetic device eliminates the need for patients to undergo unnecessary MRIs, x-rays, or scans to find catheters. The second device is used on endoscopes. It operates as an attachable device that can irrigate and suction away body fluids that tend to fog up the mirrors located on endoscopes.
Dr. Saad and his medical techniques, aids in the better health of patients and lessens the amount of time that medical staff members spend in surgical procedures. Dr. Saad Saad believes that everyone is the same no matter where they live or who they are.
Saad states that when he is operating on a child anywhere around the world, he sees no difference as he operates on the inside of their bodies. He states that we all have the same heart and organs so we should learn not to treat each other differently because we are the same.
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