Retinal Assistant Module

Online guidelines & Courses

Retinal Assistant Module

Is an online tool to help categorize and triage the management for common retinal diseases, which offers ophthalmologists management recommendations along with online courses with self-assessment

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Laser? 🤔

No, Steroid! 🧐

No, No! I will inject Anti-VEGF! 😥

But what kind of Anti-VEGF ? How frequent? When to stop?... Etc 😩


👉Do you get confused with such questions when managing a retinal disease? 🤦‍♂️

👉 Do you feel lost when reading retinal studies? 🤷‍♂️

👉Do you want to learn a practical approach to mange retinal diseases? 👨‍🏫

If your answer is YES then don't worry! our medical retina expert did the hard job for you! 💪

Click on the link below for more details and catch the Early Registration 20% Discount offer till 5th of March 2022 👇👇

The clinical guidelines for approaching and managing common retinal diseases are to help and to inlight each ophthalmologist's retinal path. Because experience is not taught in books, I deliberately made something different and combined the sum of evidence-based medicine and several references to deliver safer clinical practice guidelines.

I know this is not an easy task, and some cases require

individualization for each patient and that the world of the retina is broad with a bumpy path. However, I have striven to find a straightforward way that leads you to the righteousness of the correct clinical evaluation, which I didn't find at the beginning of my entry into the retina world.

I hope you find these guidelines useful in your daily retinal clinical practice.

Clinical guidelines are evolving and need to be updated regularly; thus, you are invited to enhance these guidelines and add your scientific contribution.

Your scientific contribution is well appreciated to enhance and upgrade the guidelines. Your suggestions will go under a peer review. If it gains acceptance, your title name will be added as acknowledgments at the end of the guidelines.

Clinical courses for educational purposes, in this module there are three main courses one for clinical applications of OCT for macular diseases, clinical changes in RPE, and clinical pathology of diabetic macular edema.