Patients Can Now Have A Painless Surgery and Its Aftermath After Dr. Saad Saad’s Inventions

Born in Palestine, grew up in Kuwait, earned his degree in medicine in Egypt, Dr. Saad Saad has a lot to tell his grandchildren. He will not only narrate his pedigree but also his medical accomplishments that now span close to 50 years.

Already, Dr. Saad Saad has received many blessing. As millions of children and other patients continue to smile even when on the operating table in various hospitals, he has many blessings at his current home in Eatontown, NJ. Like their father, three of his children are medical practitioners, two surgeons, an ICU nurse, and an attorney. Learn more about Dr. Saad Saad: https://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Saad_Saad.html

In his career that spans over 4 decades, Dr. Saad Saad has performed several successful complicated surgeries in the U.S and in other foreign lands. Through the U.S government, Dr. Saad has made 8 foreign missions to Jerusalem and the West Bank to conduct free complicated surgeries on children from poor backgrounds. He has also made 4 trips to several parts in the U.S for the same.

Although he got his first medical degree in Egypt, did his internship in the UK, and finally became a board-certified pediatric surgeon in the U.S, something kept lingering in his mind. He wanted to change the status quo in the medical fields especially in alleviating the pain and the effects of radiotherapy on patients. Read more: Life Lessons from Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon and

To fulfill his dream, Dr. Saad Saad started his own study. It would finally take him several years before he could come up with two medical devices that are today patented under his name. The first device that Dr. Saad came up with is the Catheter With Integral Electromagnetic Location Identification Device (5, 727, 553). This device helps doctors locate the exact position inside the patient’s body where to insert the catheter without first exposing the patient to x-ray, MRI or CT Scan.

Saad’s second medical invention is called Methods and Apparatus For Providing Suction, And/Or Irrigation In A Rigid Endoscope While Maintaining Visual Contact With A Target Area Through The Endoscope (5, 725, 478). As the name suggests, this device offers an easy way to use endoscopes inside the patient’s body without subjecting them to radiation investigations.

In all these investigations, Dr. Saad Saad wants to show the world that it is possible to conduct a painless complex surgery and leave the patient without the fear of body degradation, as is the case when they are constantly subjected to radiation tests.

The record that Dr. Saad Saad has left in the medical industry will last for a long time. He has shown that it is possible to work for the good of the majority. He has given his career to the industry and made sure that he carried out his activities in such a way that he could meet the needs of the people.