After Dr. Saad Saad left the University of Cairo, he was so determined to make tremendous changes in the medical field in the way operations, and procedures were done. He went for his internship in England and later flew to the United States to start his medical practice. Throughout his medical career, Saad Saad had felt that there was a need to improve the methods and the procedures that the physicians used to reduce the risk to which the patient’s health is subjected. This pushed him to keep learning during his practice so that he could be able to identify the underlying problems and the best solutions that they required.
One of the main problems that he identified was with the use of the traditional endoscope while locating objects inside the children’s bodies. This device helps the pediatricians to locate and remove external materials that may have been swallowed by children accidentally, without having to operate them. However, for this device to function, there must be a lens that enables the doctors to keep the visual of the target objects inside the bodies. This lens, however, when they come into contact with the body fluids, they form a mist that obstructs the doctors from focusing on the object.
Recently, Saad Saad came up with a more advanced endoscope that is fog-proof and will enable the efficient operations by the pediatricians. These modern devices will allow the physicians to complete their work without having to stop and trying to retrace the target objects due to the effect of the fog. Another invention that Dr. Saad Saad has made is that of a modern catheter that will be using electromagnetic energy to function. To explain a little bit, a catheter is a device that is used to treat various diseases by the physicians. The gadget is also involved in the performance of complex surgical procedures that the doctors need to treat critical health conditions. Learn more: http://medicaldailytimes.com/doctors/hard-to-swallow-advice-from-dr-saad-saad/3663/
The problem with these catheters was that they had to be placed in the patient’s body using a guide wire which would sometimes break and cause some complications to the patients. Upon insertion, the devices had to be traced again in case the patient needed further medical attention. To locate the position of the catheters, doctors and surgeons have been using X-rays, which have been causing a lot of health complications to the patients. For instance, the constants exposure to the X-ray leads to various cancerous diseases that put the health of the patients in a riskier position. To overcome this challenge, Saad Saad invented this catheter with its locator that would use electromagnetic energy to detect the gadget. Once the device identifies the location of the catheter in the body, it transmits some electric signals that enable the doctors to locate the catheters without having to put the patient’s health at risk.