Saad Fuad Habba is a gastroenterologist with more than three decades of experience as a gastroenterologist and doctor. At present, he is an attending physician at Overlook Medical Center in New Jersey, maintains a private practice in New Jersey, and serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
“Habba Syndrome” is a word invented by Saad F. Habba. He has assumed the theory that IBS-D or diarrhea-predominant IBS and functional diarrhea are catch-all terms for other particular medical conditions. As per Dr. Habba, one prospective cause of these diarrhea symptoms would be that of a gallbladder that is unbroken but dysfunctional. It is this gallbladder dysfunction that he has labeled as “Habba Syndrome.”
It is vital to note that “Habba Syndrome” is not familiar as a disease, but only a portrayal of the observations of Dr. Habba himself.
Saad Fuad Habba is from Summit, NJ and is a Gastroenterologist. He has been in practice for four decades and in 1984 he has completed graduation from University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He has done a residency at Umdnj. Dr. Habba also concentrates in Internal Medicine. He at present practices at leading hospitals and is affiliated with Overlook Hospital. Dr. Habba accepts numerous insurance plans including Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicare, and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Dr. Habba also practices at Gastroenterology Surgery Center in Mountainside, NJ.
Dr. Habba’s theory explains the symptoms of “Habba Syndrome” as comprising of chronic diarrhea that predominately takes place after meals. Symptoms must be present for no less than three months. Diarrhea is frequently explosive, urgent, and may result in incontinence. In Dr. Habba’s description of the syndrome, diarrhea hardly ever takes place at night.
Dr. Habba utilizes the aforesaid bile acid binding agents to treat what he perceives as the identified gallbladder dysfunction. Medications in this class comprise:
- Colestipol (Colestid)
- Colesevelam (WelChol)
- Cholestyramine (Questran)
It is praiseworthy that Dr. Habba was one of the first physicians to be familiar with the role that bile acids may be playing in some cases of IBS-D. And it is heartening that his treatment and theories recommendations are being supported by consequent research.
Dr. Saad Fuad Habba is a sole practitioner and discovered Habba syndrome, which talks about the association between a chronic diarrhea and dysfunctional, intact gallbladder. He has published lengthily about the condition, and is quite well-known for his donations to the field. In fact, patients see Dr. Habba from across the world. His numerous accomplishments within his selected field have led to a number of accolades and awards, including a Special Medical Achievement Citation form the New Jersey Senate, in addition to a recommendation from Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey. Remarkably, he is the receiver of the Patients’ Choice Award from Vitals and the distinguished attainment Award from UMDNJ. The New Jersey Medical Society has presented several awards to Dr. Habba in recognition of his professional brilliance.
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