Dr. Saad Saad Invents Devices For Better Medical Examination Procedures

Posted on July 3, 2018 By

Dr. Saad Saad is a renowned surgeon well known as a pediatric surgeon in Eatontown, New Jersey. He has earned his medical degree from the University of Cairo in Egypt. After attain his medical degree from Cairo, he spent the years of his internship in England and then finally immigrated to the United States. He completed his years of residency in surgery and specializes in the sector of Pediatric specialist and surgeon. He is a USA certified Pediatric Surgeon.



Dr. Saad Saad is a man of excellence and has spent years in the field of surgery. He is well known to have patented two inventions of his own and developed several innovative pediatric procedures and surgeries. He has performed complex pediatric surgeries over the years of his career also performed many procedures free of cost for medical missions.



Being extremely passionate about the work as a physician, Dr. Saad Saad has always looked out for innovative ways of improving his procedures. He always looked for methods and ways to reduce overall pain and risk that a patient has to go through while in surgical procedures. He invented two of his own inventions of whose he is the sole patent holder. His first invention was the Integrated Electromagnetic Catheter. This device was a location identification device and was use to figure out the exact location of placing the catheter. With the aid of the highly innovative catheter locater the doctors could easily identify where to locate the catheter and the process became much less painful for the patients than the traditional painful and irritating process of placing the catheter in the correct zone. The device uses electromagnetic energy and utilizes it to look out for the correct location of the catheter. Learn more; https://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Saad_Saad.html



Dr. Saad’s next and second invention was to improve and modify the painful process of endoscopy. Endoscopes are traditionally designed to look inside the body into the gut. It is done through long surgical procedures. Many times the endoscope views are obstructed with body liquids and to overcome this problem Dr. Saad invented his irrigation and suction device which would suck the fluid out of the area and give a better view to the doctors to examine. Both his inventions turned out to be extremely helpful in the surgical procedures and also eases the patients off of a lot of discomfort and pain. Dr. Saad himself attested the functions of his personally created devices.