Dr. Saad Saad is one of the accomplished medical practitioners in the United States. He has served as a pediatric surgeon for the past 45 years. Until recently, he was the medical director at K Hovnanian children’s hospital in New Jersey. Throughout his career, Dr. Saad Saad has been committed to helping all human beings no matter their background to access quality medical services. He has always tried to address humanity problems without looking at some of the differences that exist. Read more:
Throughout his career, he has served in the United States and the Middle East. After gaining his board certification in the 1970s, Dr. Saad Saad was hired by the Saudi Royal Family in 1980s to serve as a private pediatric surgeon in Riyadh. For four and a half years, Dr. Saad Saad was addressing cases in the royal family and others affecting children from low-income families.
Dr. Saad Saad has been to eight different medical missions. Some cases had to be brought to the United States for specialized care. Some patients were flown by a non-profit organization known as Palestine Children’s Relief Fund to the United States to receive special instruction and from Dr. Saad Saad.
On the eight medical missions that he has been to the Middle East, he has helped hundreds of children from underprivileged families to access quality medical treatment. He has also used these missions as a platform for training local surgeons on how to conduct some operations.
Dr. Saad Saad has made contributions to the medical field by coming up with two inventions which will facilitate the process of conducting surgical procedures. Dr. Saad Saad has invented an electromagnetic device that can be used to locate the position of a catheter inserted inside the body.
The other invention is an advanced endoscope that can remove body fluids that hamper visibility when viewing internal body organs. His inventions have been put to the test for many years by Dr. Saad Saad and have been proved to help surgeons to handle surgical procedures effectively.
Dr. Saad Saad is also involved in numerous other cases that need the intervention of pediatric surgeons. He has handled over 1000 children who have swallowed foreign objects. Today, Dr. Saad Saad is offering advice to parents on how they can handle their children who have swallowed foreign objects that happen to have stuck either at the esophagus or the windpipe.
By following the advice of Dr. Saad Saad, parents will know how to provide first-aid care to remove stuck foreign objects. For children less than six years, he recommends holding them upside down and tapping them at the back. For children over six years, he recommends the Heimlich maneuver.
Learn more about Dr. Saad Saad: