Dr. Saad Saad is a seasoned pediatric surgeon as well as an inventor. He has the patents on two of his inventions, and his inventions make it easier for the surgeon to perform his surgery as well as makes it an easier experience for the patient.
Dr. Saad Saad was born in Palestine, and he grew up in Kuwait with his seven siblings. He obtained his degree from the Cairo University and second in his class. He also graduated with honors. He went on to gain an internship in England before moving to the United States. He worked very hard to become a board-certified pediatric surgeon and to keep his status as a board certified surgeon.
He served as the pediatric surgeon for the royal family in Saudi Arabia and lived in Riyadh for nearly half a decade with his family as he fulfilled his obligations as a pediatric surgeon there. It was a good experience for him and his family although a difficult one so they emend up moving back to the United States. Learn more: https://about.me/ssaad/getstarted
Dr. Saad Saad believes in the importance of adapting and innovation. He created a catheter with integral electromagnetic location identification device that can locate catheters in the patient’s body without the need for scanning machine. It is much less invasive and makes the job of the doctor much easier. It is also less time-consuming which ultimately means for a better experience for the patient. Unfortunately it is an invention that is difficult to manufacture and is not yet widely used. There is some interest in it though, and it is sure to become used by doctors in the future as it is a very useful invention.
He also improved the function of the endoscope so that it does not fog up when it is inside the patient’s body. This allows the doctor to be able to see what is happening inside the body without having to reinsert it as it fogs up. He has used this invention himself, and it is easily manufactured. It is also very practical and has been used on patients with success.
Dr. Saad Saad did not let his humble beginnings stop him from becoming the very successful and passionate surgeon that he has become. He has done an incredible amount of good with his life. He not only completed his duties as a surgeon in the medical field but he also devoted a substantial amount of his time to medical missions within the United States as well as in Jerusalem and the West Bank. He is selfless and cares about his patients. He feels that everyone is entitled to the care that they need no matter how much money have.