Dr. Saad Saad Catheter Innovation

Dr. Saad Saad is a native of Egypt, Africa. He studied Medicine in Cairo University School of medicine. He graduated with a degree in medical studies. Dr. Saad boasts an extensive experience that he has received throughout his career. He has been practicing medicine for more than two decades.

 

Dr. Saad is an affiliate of various Hospitals such as Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch Campus, and Jersey Shore University Medical Center. Dr. Saad is one of the physicians affiliated with the two hospitals mentioned above who practice surgery. He is popular for his expertise in surgical health problems. He also takes part in aesthetic surgeries.

 

Dr. Saad accepts several insurance carriers including AvMed, Cigna, Aetna, MagnaCare, Oxford Health Plans, Galaxy Health Network, Consumer Health Network and QualCare. He speaks fluent English and Arabic.

 

Throughout his medical career, Dr. Saad has always been seeking and developing new treatment methods for his patients. He has taken numerous researches in the quest to try to reduce the amount of pain that his clients underwent. He has in the process managed to complete two inventions in the medical field. Saad has also been able to create and develop several new pediatric surgical methods.

 

Dr. Saad is credited for his community service. He has been at the center of various local and national community development projects especially those that touched medical health. He has served in the United States charitable community programs for many years. He also helped young adults and children in the Holyland. He has conducted various medical camps and medical missions that aimed at offering individuals who suffer multiple illnesses with affordable or free treatment.

 

Dr. Saad is the inventor of a Catheter with Integral Electromagnetic Location Identification Device. A catheter is a medical tool that is used to perform various medical functions in treatment and surgical procedures. Some of the services of a catheter include draining gases and fluids and providing access to surgical tools. Some catheters can also be used to perform other tasks depending on their types.

 

For a catheter to be put in the right position in the body, the surgeon must be able to trace its location. In the past, an x-ray was taken so that it could indicate the position of the catheter. Exposing a patient to several x-ray radiations can cause some severe problems in their body. An alternative to an X-ray was the use of a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). However, MRI machines are not portable because of their large sizes.

 

Dr. Saad took it upon himself to invent a device that could help in the location of a catheter without exposing the patient in dangerous radiations. He came up with a catheter with integral electromagnetic location identification tool. This device works flawlessly in catheter location identification and does not cause any harm on the patient’s body. Learn more: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/saad-saad