Dr. Saad Saad’s Accomplishments and Inventions

Saad was a famous and lucky doctor in the 1980’s as he received a golden opportunity to work for the royal family in his country, Saudi Arabia as a personal pediatric surgeon. He got this chance because happened to be the sole pediatric surgeon who was certified by the US board. Additionally, he was fluent in both Arabic and English languages.</li>




The doctor was raised with his seven siblings in Kuwait, but he was born in Palestine. He then joined Cairo University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in medicine. He then went to undertake his internship in England, UK after which he moved to the US of America to partake a pediatric surgery residency.




He is an icon in pediatric surgery with many accomplishments like performing thousands of pediatric surgeries throughout his career. He is a technology-oriented person and has continuously been challenging technology to find new improved ways of reducing risk and pain for his patients during the surgical procedures.




He has worked for over forty years now, performing complex pediatric procedures inside his locality as well as the surrounding communities. Also, he helped children and teenagers in Holyland and served the people of his district in the US. He also went for several missions in the United States, Jerusalem, and West Bank to provide free complicated surgical services to the poor and needy children.




He is a proud owner of two patents, both from his new medical inventions. One of the designs is a medical catheter which is advanced in the sense that it contains an integral electromagnetic location identification device. This device aims at reducing or avoiding the use of MRI and X-ray scans to locate catheters. The other invention is an endoscope that provides both irrigation and suction. This device is thus being used by many doctors today.



Dr. Saad Saad said that his primary motivation in inventing these two devices is to help doctors and surgeons perform their work efficiently, safely and more practically. The tools will also help in reducing risks and complications during surgical procedures. Learn more: