Dr. Saad Saad, The Distinguished Pediatric Surgeon Who Has Helped Hundreds Of Children

It is easy to say that someone is a professional in his work but it is a different thing for the same professional to use their skills in helping others especially the less fortunate. That is what Dr. Saad Saad has done for over 40 years. This Pediatric Surgeon grew up in his local community in the U.S but his prowess in handling complex pediatric surgeries is known all over the world. Thanks to his endless research, Dr. Saad Saad has been able to conduct several surgeries in is community, around the State and from other countries. He even performed complicated surgeries on children whose parents could not raise even a penny.


What is more is that Dr. Saad Saad volunteered himself to perform complicated surgeries on children from other countries. On several occasions, Dr. Saad Saad agreed to leave his comfort to travel on foreign missions to save lives of children in Israel and West Bank. His due diligence and research have enabled him to discover two inventions, which are patented to him. The two inventions show some of the most thrilling yet complex ways Pediatric surgeons will employ on their patients when conducting delicate surgeries without causing the patient any unnecessary pain. When explaining the two inventions, Dr. Saad Saad uses a very simple language that enables his fellow researchers to fully understand his discoveries. However, until now, the inventions remain to shock the world. But through the two discoveries, thousands of children around the world have benefitted from different surgeries without undergoing any unnecessary pain as it were.

This first invention is patented under 5, 727, 553. It is common practice for doctors to insert a catheter inside a patient’s body whenever necessary. In many cases, catheters help drain fluids and gases that are toxic to the body. In order to know the exact location to insert and finally rest the catheter, the patient has to undergo several x-ray examinations. This exposes the patient to harmful radiation. It is on this breath that Dr. Saad Saad wanted to save the lives of young ones by coming up with this location identification device that does not require any machine to scan the patient’s body.



Again, this second invention involves the internal examination of the patient’s body using endoscopes. It is a common practice for surgeons to use endoscopes when examining the windpipe, the throat, colon, stomach, and even the bladder. Dr. Saad Saad’s second invention too helps surgeons to have an extremely vivid picture of the patient’s body without the use of any machine such as x-ray to scan.


These two inventions has given Dr. Saad Saad a name in the history of the history. once they are available for mass production, they will greatly ease surgical procedures. Learn more: https://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Saad_Saad.html


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