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Rafael J. Pérez Cambrodí

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Rafael Perez Cambrodi

Doctor's degree in optometry and Vision Sciences by the University of Valencia, with the note in the doctoral thesis "Cum Laude". The master's degree in optometry clinic and research (EMU), the Bachelor of Sciences in Optometry (New England College of Optometry. Boston. USA). He got a diploma in optics and optometry by the University of Alicante and has a degree in history from the University of Alicante.

He is currently head of the unit of Oftalmar (Department of Ophthalmology) Optometry in Alicante's Hospital international Medimar since 1996, he is clinical Coordinator of FUNCAVIS (Foundation for Visual quality).

He has been Associate Professor of optics at the University of Valencia Department from 2005 to 2010, he is currently Assistant Professor in various postgraduate courses and degrees from the University of Valencia and Murcia.

It has 32 publications in national and international journals and impact factor. Numerous informative publications, numerous oral and communications panel at national and international conferences about optometry and ophthalmology. It is also a reviewer for several national and international journals. It is currently a partner in the European project of POPCORN research funded by the EU under the seventh programme framework for SMEs.

 

 

Overview presentation: "Criteria of refraction in patients implanted with multifocal intraocular lenses"

The development of new lenses intraocular, increasingly sophisticated and with a custom profile, developments in the surgical technique and the increasingly early indication of cataract extraction, have transformed the purpose of this surgery. One of the primary objectives is to now provide a partial or complete functional independence after surgery. To achieve this situation every time the suitability of patients criteria are defined more precisely and minimized sources error variables through more precise biometrics and mathematical formulas that predict the behavior of a particular lens. However, this procedure is not exempt from unexpected circumstances and often patients can refer to subjective for the failure of their expectations, if not dissatisfaction associated with residual refractive defects reduced vision. The optometrist must know how to employ classical techniques of refraction and which others incorporate its clinical Protocol to deal with complex optical systems as the who defined the different types of multifocal intraocular lenses, as well as assess specifics such as the development of OCP or rotational instability with clinical judgement.

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