The Medical Accomplishments of Dr. Saad Saad

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Dr. Saad Saad is a leading surgeon that specializes in pediatric surgery. He has operated on thousands of young patients. It has always been his mission as a doctor and surgeon to serve his clients. He has always worked to create safer and more effective surgical practices to his patients. He works to improve the traditional methods of doing surgery and reinventing surgical practices. The surgeon loves a good challenge and has always ushered in challenges in his career. He has always worked to create painless methods for his patients. Though this is a tricky feat, he knew how much his patients would appreciate pain free ways of treatments. The doctor is the holder of two patents. His two patents cover his two inventions he created for surgical procedures.

 

Four a total of four decades, Dr. Saad Saad has operated on some of the most complex types of pediatric surgeries. He has served children in the United States and across the globe. He has completed medical missions to the Holy Lands and throughout Jerusalem. He went to the West Bank to operate on children with severe illnesses for free.

 

Dr. Saad Saad’s first patent is for his work with catheters. Catheters do many things and are tubes placed inside of the body. They treat specific medical conditions and ailments. They help with certain surgical procedures. Catheters give access to allowing medical professionals to drain fluids and be of use during surgery. Some caterers can be housed inside of the body for short and extensive amount of times. But sometimes catheters can be hard to position in the body. Dr. Saad Saad’s invention makes it safer and easer for caterers to be positioned inside of the body without heavy machinery like MRI machines.

 

The doctor’s second patent is for his invention to improve endoscopes. Endoscopes are used to help medial professionals see inside of a patient’s body during surgery. Endoscopes are commonly used to see inside of the windpipes, throat, colon, stomach and bladder. Thus, endoscopes are extremely important. Dr. Saad Saad makes it easier for a surgeon to get a visual picture of what is happening on the inside of a patient’s body. Learn more: http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/jsumc/newseventsandclasses/pressreleases/Press-Release.cfm?customel_dataPageID_2021=495087