Dr. Saad Saad is the creator of a number of medical inventions that are considered to be life saving. He has performed difficult pediatric surgeries over the course of his 40+ year career. Along the way he patented two lifesaving medical inventions.
One of the inventions is a catheter that is equipped with a location ID device. His device is able to locate the catheter without the need to scan the body of a patient. Doctors can use the device to easily locate the catheter and to ensure that the locating device is over it.
The second invention the doctor patented is a method that’s designed to improve how endoscopes are used. His invention addresses a number of issues with endoscopes, such as getting rid of liquid that might be obstructing the doctor’s view. This means the doctor using the method/device won’t have to remove the endoscope. Dr. Saad knows a thing or two about endoscopes because he has done many endoscopies throughout the course of his career.
About Dr. Saad
Dr. Saad specializes in pediatric surgery and he is based in the borough of Eatontown, New Jersey. He attended medical school in Cairo, Egypt and since then he has gone on to enjoy a career that spans over three decades.
The doctor is affiliated with several hospitals such as Long Branch Campus and the Jersey Shore University Medical Center. His practice accepts a number of health insurances.
Dr. Saad is certified by the American Board of Surgery and he holds a state medical license in New Jersey. In the past, he held an IA state medical license, which remained active until 2013.
The doctor has served many patients in the United States, as well as patients in Jerusalem and the West Bank. He went to those areas to conduct surgeries on children who are living in poverty. In fact, he has done over five medical missions to those areas as well as four in the United States.
For those who wish to schedule an appointment with Dr. Saad can do so by contacting one of the hospitals he is affiliated with. His staff will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. Learn more: http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/jsumc/newseventsandclasses/pressreleases/Press-Release.cfm?customel_dataPageID_2021=495087