An excellent doctor is a sweet as a cup of coffee. A doctor comes in handy in times of great turmoil, a point between life and death. Therefore, it is only a superb doctor that can help save lives. Dr. Saad Saad is that good in his line of work.
Dr. Saad, a pediatric surgeon, has labored tooth and nail to see that the status quo experienced in his line of work changes for the better. Saad, while starting his career, found the state of medicine subject to debate since instead of protecting sick patients, the procedures used during treatment increased the risks of organ damage and even death.
The good doctor, in his over four-decade career, has made marvelous and wondrous things, inventions that have proved useful to other pediatric surgeons. Dr. Saad, who holds patents to two inventions, has leveled the playing field between those seeking medical help and the physicians.
Saad Saad’s first invention, the catheter that locks into position using electromagnetic waves, has reduced the risk of internal injuries during insertion by a significant margin. Saad’s catheter has also ensured that the device ends up in the right place within the body. In short, you do not need x-rays to track the tube for you since Saad’s invention has got you covered.
Surgery is a labor-intensive activity. The procedure, apart from yielding positive outcomes, gets clouded with a lot of challenges, including body fluid pile-up. Body fluids make visibility hard during surgery, something that might increase your risk of getting injured on the operating table. Fortunately, Dr. Saad has invented a suction apparatus that makes the work of endoscopes easy. The new endoscope allows doctors to examine the windpipe, colon, stomach, bladder, and throat all with no long suction pipes.
Indeed, Dr. Saad Saad’s inventions are a marvel that proves to the world just how committed the physician is towards pediatric science. Saad feels that medicine does not have to get complicated provided that people can think out of the box.
Mr. Saad, who is also a general surgeon, operates from Eatontown, Forked River, and Toms River. So impressive is Saad’s streak that he is currently recipient to two prestigious awards. Dr. Saad Saad is the holder of the Patients’ Choice Award and the Compassionate Doctor Recognition, two prizes befitting a man of his stature.
The seventy-two-year-old and alumnus of Cairo U Med Hosp, the University of Cairo, Medical University of Sc, UMDNJ, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College of Surgeons, and umdnj-Nj, has really set the bar for surgical medicine in the world. Saad, who currently practices at Monmouth Medical Center, Jersey Shore University Medical Center, and Clara Maass Medical Center, will get remembered for his forward thinking. Learn more: http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/jsumc/newseventsandclasses/pressreleases/Press-Release.cfm?customel_dataPageID_2021=495087