Saddath A. Sayeed, MD
Brown S., Mitchell C., Sayeed S., et al. Consulting Pediatricians and Judges: Differing Attitudes of Fetal Care Pediatric and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialists, Pediatrics 2012
Sayeed S. Assessing the modified youngest-first principle and the idea of non-persons at the bedside: a clinical perspective. American Journal of Bioethics, 10(4):52-54, 2010.
Sayeed S. Teaching ethics and trading organs. Indian J of Medical Ethics. 2009; 6(1) 25-7.
Miljeteig I., Sayeed S., Jesani A., Johansson K.J., and Norheim O.F. Different limits, different reasons: impact of economics and ethics on end-of-life decision-making in an Indian neonatal unit. Pediatrics 2009;124;e322-e328.
Sayeed S. Reflections on home-based neonatal care in Gadchrioli. Indian J of Medical Ethics. 2009; 6(4) 202-5.
Sayeed S. The Infant’s Own Perspective and the Problem of Non-Identity. Georgia State Law Review. Summer 2009, Vol 25 (4) pp. 865-900.
Sayeed S. The marginally viable newborn: legal challenges, conceptual inadequacies, and reasonableness. Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics. 2006;34:3.
Schwartz D., Quinn T., Thorne P., Sayeed S., Yi A. and Krieg A. CpG motifs in bacterial DNA cause inflammation in the lower respiratory tract. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 1997; 100:1, 68-73.