May 14

Dr. Saad Saad: Patented Inventions

Dr. Saad Saad is a real success story when it comes down to meeting one’s personal goals. Dr. Saad is a retired pediatric surgeon located in Eatontown, New Jersey. He has over 40 years of experience in the field. Upon graduating High school, he attended Cairo University Medical School where he graduated in the top percentile of his class. He is well known for his compassion and commitment to his staff and his patients. In 2014, he won the Compassionate Doctor Recognition for excellent bedside etiquette. He also won the Patient’s Choice award. The award proves that he is among the highest rated pediatric surgeons by his patients. Dr. Saad has also participated in a number of medical missions that perform surgical procedures on children that are less fortunate for free.


Dr. Saad Saad never stopped evolving throughout his entire career. One accomplishment followed another. He was always seeking to find a better way in every aspect of his work. As a result of this, he has created and patented two inventions that have given his patients a better surgical experience. The first invention created by Dr. Saad is the Catheter with Integral Electromagnetic Location Identification Device. Catheters are used to aid in the surgical procedure. Catheters are inserted into the body and carefully tracked by surgeons. To track the location of the catheter, surgeons use X-rays. Multiple X-rays expose the body to unsafe levels of radiation as MRI machines are sometimes impractical. That is why Dr. Saad created the new catheter model. Dr. Saad’s model uses electromagnetic energy to locate the catheter. Wires inside of the catheter send off an electronic signal when the doctor scans the patient’s body. Once the scanning device is close to the catheter, a light illuminates on the location device. Learn more:


The second device that Dr. Saad created is the Methods and Apparatus for Providing Suction and/or Irrigation in a Rigid Endoscope While Maintaining Visual Contact with a Target Area Through the Endoscope. The purpose of this invention is to enhance the use of the traditional endoscope. Traditional endoscopes are used to look inside of the stomach, throat, and colon. As the body produces fluids, the endoscope can become foggy. Dr. Saad’s device has an anti-fog port that suctions the liquid so that the doctor can see clearly. Before the invention, surgeons would have to remove the endoscope, clean it, and then reinsert it. Dr. Saad’s design, on the other hand, allows doctors to spray clear liquid to clean the fluid and the suction pulls in all of the liquid to provide a clear view and optimize results. It minimizes the time it takes to perform the procedure as well. Both devices have been used by Dr. Saad with great success.