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July 26, 2018

Dr. Saad Saad Continues To Save Many Children’s Lives Thanks To His Inventions

For more than forty years, Dr. Saad Saad has performed several pediatric surgeries. Most of these surgeries are complex but Saad has over the time tried to make them less painful. While it has not been to do so, Saad has always remained focused. In the end, through his two inventions, millions of children in the world can now go to the operation table without fear. the aim of his inventions is to lower or even remove the use of several tests that children go through prior to a surgery.




  1. Saad Saad’s Early Life



Saad has lived in several countries. He was born in Lebanon. However, as a young man, he spends his life together with his other siblings and parents in Kuwait. After some time, he was forced to live the rest of his family and move elsewhere. This time, Saad went to Egypt. While here, Saad Saad joined Cairo University. He studied medicine and graduated with a medical degree. After his graduation, Dr. Saad left for England. He moved to Europe to do his internship. While he was doing his internship in England, Dr. Saad Saad thought it nice to further his education in the medical field. The best way to do so was to move to the United States of America. When he landed in the U.S. Saad studied pediatric surgery. After passing through rigorous tests, he finally became a certified resident pediatric surgeon.




Many Years of Service




For many years, Dr. Saad has helped his community in New Jersey. His services also include many children as well as young adults who live in Holyland. On several occasions, Dr. Saad accepted many medical missions that included volunteering and paid. First, he did four missions locally. Later, the surgeon would accept the invitation to travel to West Bank as well as Jerusalem to help children who needed complex surgeries. Dr. Saad made eight such missions to the Middle East. He would do many of these complex surgeries free. While on all these missions, both home and away, Saad would see how his patients would go through a lot of pain.




For this reason, Dr. Saad Saad invented Catheter with Integral Electromagnetic Location Identification Device (Patent No. 5,727,553), and the Methods and Apparatus for Providing Suction and/or Irrigation in a Rigid Endoscope While Maintaining Visual Contact with a Target Area through the Endoscope (Patent No. 5,725,478).

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