Dr. Saad Saad: inventing A New Way to Look at Medical Procedures with Simple Devices

According to “The Life Saving Medical Inventions of Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon” there is a device available that will allow doctors to safely use their endoscope while simultaneously suctioning out the contents of their patient’s stomach to allow for greater visibility. Also, if they find that the lens on the endoscope get cloudy or they need some type of irrigation, they can do that as well without ever removing the endoscope from the patient’s throat. This allows them to safely conduct their medical procedure without irritating the patient’s tissue or endangering them with needless removal and reinsertion of medical devices. This is a revolutionary and novel idea that doctors did not have available to them until the mind of Dr. Saad Saad decided to include this with the device. This change to the endoscope is a relatively cheap one, meaning that the new type of endoscope is being a mass produced to immediately begin serving patients. It has a very promising outlook in the medical community and the potential to become a staple.


The article also discusses the creation of a locating mechanism that can be mounted onto catheters. Catheters that have been inserted into the veins of a patient are difficult to locate, but it is a necessary part of their protocol and treatment of patients with such devices. Dr. Saad Saad found that this entire process was very difficult for patients as they received almost constant doses of radiation from frequent x-rays that were being conducted to locate catheters. He found that simply placing something into the tip of the catheter to allow doctors to track it would alleviate the need for these x-rays. In fact, this is a great solution to the problem because it allows doctors to check on the patient’s while they are in the room with a very simple device that can be held in their hands. It is a new wave of medical growth, one that has been facilitated by Dr. Saad Saad.


Dr. Saad Saad received his medical degree from Cairo University, located in Egypt. He is one of seven siblings, all eventually going on to receive advanced degrees in their respective fields. It appears from a very early age he was taught to maintain motivation and drive for the thing that people want in life. His humble beginnings made him very compassionate to people of lower socioeconomic class, and he worked very many positions that allowed him to serve in this underserved population. He even spent time as the personal pediatric surgeon in Saudi Arabia for their royal family. While there, he still coordinated efforts to help impoverished families with children in need of difficult surgical procedures. It is clear from all of his work that he puts patient care before anything else. Learn more:

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