Dr. Saad Saad is an accomplished doctor. He has traveled the world serving many people with his advanced technologies and superb practices. He was born in Palestine. As a child, he grew up in Kuwait. When it was time for him to go to college to pursue his education, he immigrated to the United Kingdom for an internship. After that, he moved to the United States. He then became board certified in pediatric surgeon. Throughout this four decade long career, he has worked at many children medical facilities aiming to help children live better lives. Additionally, the surgeon has served Middle Eastern royal families due to his bilingualism in both English and Arabic.
As a surgeon, Dr. Saad Saad has seen many different types of cases over the years. One type of case he has seen many times relates to foreign objects being swallowed by children. He has worked with thousands of children that either swallow a foreign object or have trachea and esophagus related issues. He has done surgeries on children of all ages, even children that are just six months.
The surgeon advises that if a child is six and under getting a stuck object out of the child’s throat can be done by turning the child upside down and patting them on their back. This will usually cause for the object to come out. But if the child is over six years of age, he suggests doing the Heimlich maneuver. If neither of these methods work, then he says taking the child to the emergency room is the best option. He always says to never scoop an object of the child’s throat. This can actually cause for the object to get further down the child’s throat causing even more damage.
Dr. Saad Saad has worked on many children from ages six months to teenagers that are fourteen. He has helped thousands of children who have had issues with objects they have swallowed. Children get these objects stuck in their windpipe and food pipe. But the pediatric surgeon has also helped many children get lodged items out of their esophagus and trachea. Therefore, he is able to advise others on the proper way to get a foreign object out of a child’s throat.