Dr. Saad Saad: Physician and Medical Inventor

Dr. Saad Saad has had a long and distinguished career in the field of pediatric surgery. When he first began his practice, Dr. Saad worked for the royal family of Saudi Arabia before moving to the United States. Before his retirement, Dr. Saad was the co-medical director at Hovnanian Children Hospital in New Jersey.


In addition to his work in private practice, Dr. Saad has gone on a number of medical missions to Jerusalem and the West Bank area. While on these missions, Dr. Saad provides pediatric surgical services at no charge for those in need.


While much of his time is occupied in caring for patients, Dr. Saad has found the time to invent two devices to aid surgeons. These devices were developed by Dr. Saad to improve patient safety and reduce complications that may occur during certain surgical procedures.


One of the doctor’s inventions is a catheter that contains an integral electromagnetic location identification device. The device was created in order to allow surgeons the means of finding a catheter without having to expose the patient to unnecessary exposure to radiation through repeated x-rays.


Dr. Saad’s invention works in a way that is similar to the way a metal detector finds an object. The catheter has leads that are receptive electromagnetically. The physician places a device over the patient that will illuminate when it is directly over the catheter. This works especially well in emergency situations when a doctor might have to locate an internal catheter quickly before burdensome equipment can be brought into the patient’s room or the patient can be transported for imaging.


Dr. Saad is has also invented another important medical device. This device is used to provide suction and irrigation to rigid endoscopes. When an endoscope is used, the doctor must frequently pull the endoscope out to suction and clean off the viewing mirror. Dr. Saad’s invention allows the physician performing and endoscopy to keep the endoscope in place while suctioning and irrigating the viewing surface. This is possible due to the device invented by Dr. Saad being attached to the end of the endoscope. This particular invention of Dr. Saad’s has proven to be very useful, and doctors throughout the United States are making use of this important advancement in endoscopy. Learn more: https://www.doximity.com/pub/saad-saad-md


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