Dr. Saad was born and raised in Palestine and Kuwait respectively. He was brought up together with his other seven siblings with determination, Dr. Saad Saad enrolled in the Cairo University. He graduated with honors of a medical degree. He went for his internship in England before relocating to the United States of America.
While at the United States Dr. Saad Saad undertook a residency in pediatric surgery. He was very determined to undergo numerous surgical practices, challenging tests and exams as well as specialized training to become certified by the board. This practice took almost ten years he learnt how to speak fluent English and Arabic. Read more: Dr. Saad Saad Medical Missions
Having been certified by the board, Dr. Saad Saad was privileged to get the opportunity to serve as a personal pediatric surgeon in Saudi Arabia. He worked for the royal family for about four and a half years. During his service at this family, he resided a well-known city of Riyadh together with his family of four. He gained tones of surgical experiences while working at King Specialist Hospital. Learn more about Dr. Saad Saad: https://www.healthgrades.com/physician/dr-saad-saad-ys6d8 and https://www.md.com/doctor/saad-saad-md
Dr. Saad Saad performed numerous most complicated surgical procedures including the case of a young kid admitted with an aneurysm. This surgery earned him respect from his colleagues as his skills were exceptional; he also took all his work very seriously. Dr. Saad Saad has been featured in the global scientific journal to enlighten others.
For about Forty years serving as a pediatric surgeon; Dr. Saad Saad has transformed the lives of more than one thousand children ranging about six months to fourteen years. He performed surgery on children who had objects such as coins, peanuts and hot dogs stuck in the esophagus and trachea. Dr. Saad Saad has shared advice concerning such cases and what parents should do as first aid.
According to Dr. Saad Saad a child who is less than six years and has an object stuck. It’s advisable to turn them upside down and hold their legs, tap their back and the stuck material will pop right out. For the children above six years, perform a Heimlich Maneuver.
This process involves standing behind the child and wrap your hands around the waist and thrust the hands to their abdomen below the rib cage. This maneuver will force the stuck material to come out. If this process does not work, it’s advisable immediately take the child to the hospital emergency room.
In an emergency room, an x-ray is performed to help determine where the object is stuck before conducting a bronchoscopy or esophagoscopy. Dr. Saad Saad invented Endoscopes to enhance these processes. Endoscopes are optical devices that aid to see what type of object is stuck and whether its stuck inside the windpipe or the food pipe.