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The scientific program of REFRATIVA R.I.O. reflects respect and empathy for our students.

See below our detailed scientific program

+ 75h of theory, + 100 classes and 36 HANDs ON wet/dry labs, in addition to special sessions,

live discussion tables, interviews and premiere of "universo basico" with basic content (presentations and cases)


The whole teaching format developed by REFRATIVA R.I.O. that you only find here.

March 6th, 2024 Wednesday


7:20     Heating REFRATIVA R.I.O. 2024 | Understand the dynamics of the course

Course presentation and format



First of all, a plan


7:30     Anatomy of the 1st consultation

From preliminary questionnaires to more complex exams

From patient expectations to the best technique indicated 

The path forward and the decisions to be made

Marcony Santhiago


Propedeutics Part I: A good start defines the result


7:50     What I need to know about Retina and Glaucoma: Key Points

Germana Mariz


8:00     What I need to know about Eye Motility: Key Points

Luís Eduardo Morato Carvalho


8:10     Systemic conditions or diseases that impact the candidate for refractive surgery

What diseases are contraindications or require caution?

Larissa Pegorin


8:25     Systemic medications with relevance in the pre-op of refractive surgery

What medications require our attention? We have to ask and investigate

Larissa Pegorin


8:35     How long without contact lenses before exams?

What is the evidence and when do you suspect we need to wait longer?

Claudia Morgado


8:45     The questions patients have and how to answer them

How soon can I go back to exercising? Can I dive? Can I take a plane?

Claudia Morgado


9:00     Optimization of the ocular surface in the candidate for refractive surgery

Eyelid irregularities, inflammation or irregularity of the ocular surface

The Preoperative Surface Change Algorithm and the SPEED Questionnaire

Daniel Wasileski


9:10   Diagnosis of dry eye syndrome

What new epidemiological studies show us

What is the type of dry eye? The case for accurate diagnostic terminology in ophthalmology

Risk factors for dry eye

Symptoms, signs, criteria and dyes

Monica Alves


9:20   Inflammatory dry eye treatment

Preventive Measures| Artificial tears | Topical anti-inflammatory | oral medication

Nasal spray for dry eye in individuals with autoimmune disease?

9:40   Detailed review of new treatments for meibomitis

Pulsed Light, Thermotherapy, Oral Azithromycin, Massage and Automated Cleansing

Ocular Rosacea MicroBiome: When and how to use doxycycline

Carolina Angeloni

10:00   Dry eye and refractive surgery

Flowchart on how to conduct pre- and post-operative care

Monica Alves


10:20 Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy

11:00  Pregnancy and Refractive Surgery

Lycia Pedral


11:10 Herpes and refractive surgery

How and when to take prophylaxis

Luis Fernando Chaves

11:20     Does the endothelium matter?

Specular microscopy and its role in the preoperative period

Luis Fernando Chaves


11:30     Informed consent in refractive surgery

What does it mean and how to do it properly

Claudia Morgado


11:40     The social network: How to use it ethically, functionally and effectively

Claudia Del Claro


12:00    How do I inform patients about risks and benefits?

Marcony Santhiago


12:20    The concept of Shared Decision Making in refractive surgery

The decision to operate shared and the maturation of the doctor-patient relationship

Marcony Santhiago


12:30    Prevalence of candidates in refractive surgery

The boom is not just about myopia

Marcony Santhiago


12:40    Patient satisfaction rates in refractive surgery

Evidence they need to know

Marcony Santhiago


12:50    Lunch time


Propedeutics Part II: The construction of structured thinking


14:00   My decision-making flowchart

Refractive surgery: Understand ALL risk factors for ectasia

Start understanding where it comes from and what risk factors mean

How to analyze risk studies

How to interpret screening methods

Building a flowchart to make a decision

Marcony Santhiago


Propedeutics Part III: Imaging of the cornea

14:40 Corneal imaging

The basic concepts you need to know

J. Bradley Randleman


Topography Module

What the corneal topography exam reveals


15:20   Understanding the pattern of topographic images

Risk gradations for ectasia based on topography

​Marcony Santhiago

16:00 Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy

16:30 - 22:30 WET/DRY LABs - HANDS ON


*There will be more than 30 wet/dry labs in 3 times per night divided

in 15 rooms during the 5 days of the course – see the wet labs in the page "wet labs"


There will also be Special Sessions with extra content.


Special Session I


Special session at REFRATIVA R.I.O.

16:30 – 19:00 Specific Device Series

Coordination by Isadora de Castilhos and Barbara Dutra


16:30 Understanding Orbscan

Claudia Francesconi

16:50 Understanding iTrace

Barbara Dutra

17:10 Understanding OPD Scan

Larissa Gouvea

17:30 Understanding Sirius

Patricia Chirinos

17:50 Understanding MS39

Maria Ximena Nunes

18:10 Understanding Previous

Harumi Burga

18:30 Understanding Aladdin

Fabiana Verardo


March 7th, 2024 Thursday


Tomography I Module

Origin of indices, rationality, theoretical aspects,

practical applicability and clinical examples


7:30 Differences (and correlations) between topography exams obtained with tomographs

Nicole Larivoir

7:40 Scheimpflug tomography (Pentacam)

Useful displays for the anterior segment surgeon

What they mean and how to use each of the screens

Nicole Larivoir


8:10 Double Scheimpflug Tomography and Placido (Galilei) Disc

Useful displays for the anterior segment surgeon

What they mean and how to use each of the screens

Glauco Mello


8:40 Elevation maps: How to use front and back interfaces seamlessly

Angle κ and its effect on corneal elevation maps in refractive surgery candidates

Does posterior interface matter? Analysis of what we have in scientific evidence and clinical practice

Glauco Mello


8:50 Update and differences between corneal tomography technologies: New options

Vinicius de Stefano

9:05 Corneal Biomechanics: The Next (R)evolution?

J. Bradley Randleman


9:35 Corneal thickness analysis: When is it too thin and why?

Marcony Santhiago


10:20 Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy


11:00 Automated surface analysis

Tear film, meibomian glands and more

Vinicius de Stefano

Beyond the obvious

11:10 Epithelial map in the preoperative period of refractive surgery

What epithelial mapping tells us about patient selection and procedure recommendations

Integrating structural tomographic data and epithelial map in identifying at-risk patients

Marcony Santhiago

11:5Effect of anisometropia on the predictability and accuracy of refractive surgery

Isadora de Castilhos


12:00 Percent Tissue Altered (PTA):

Concept and how to apply it in everyday life

Artificial intelligence applied to PTA

How to understand age, residual bed, degree of ametropia and ablation depth in the risk of ectasia

Marcony Santhiago


12:50 Lunch time – with lunch box

Zeiss SPECIAL ROUND TABLE on Presbyopia

Coordination: Marcony Santhiago and Natalia Siarpeletti


14:10 Working with aberrations in surgical optics

Newton Kara-Junior


14:25 Practical interpretation of higher order aberrations in the preoperative period

Savio Milbratz


14:40 Artificial intelligence in the preoperative period of refractive surgery

Wallace Chamon


15:00 Epithelial Map for the cataract surgeon

Hamilton Moreira


15:20 Corneal topography for the cataract surgeon

J. Bradley Randleman


15:40 Critical analysis of the pharmacological treatment of myopia

Wallace Chamon


16:00 Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy


UNIVERSO BASICO of REFRATIVA R.I.O. from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Premiere of this new session all focused on basic content on everything 

Basic topography, tomography and pachymetry classes

Basic case review from start to finish

Basic review of techniques with practical tips

Bring your case. Open session for questions – Open Mic

Marcony Santhiago, Carla Medeiros, Claudia Morgado and Bianca Susanna

16:30 - 22:30 WET/DRY LABs - HANDS ON


*There will be more than 30 wet/dry labs in 3 times per night divided

in 15 rooms during the 5 days of the course

There will also be Special Sessions with extra content.


Special Session II


Special session at REFRATIVA R.I.O.

16:30 - 20:30 The OTHERS: other techniques or software available that are worth presenting in detail

Coordination by Isadora de Castilhos and Juliana Feijó


16:30 FLACS Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

Technique (in details), refractive outcomes, safety, and cost-effectiveness

Charles Lin

16:50 LAL Light Adjustable Lens

Larissa Gouvea

17:00 LASEK (not LASIK) and Epi LASIK

Adriana Tytiun

17:10 LIRIC laser-induced refractive index change

Liliana Werner

17:20 LIKE lenticule intrastromal keratoplasty

17:30 FILI Femtosecond Intrastromal Lenticule Implantation

17:50 Relaxing incision: applications and nomogram

Adriana Forseto

18:00 Femtosecond Laser–Assisted Arcuate Keratotomy

Maria Jose Cosentino

18:10 Corneal Remodeling Technique: crescent keratectomy

Cesar Carriazo

18:40 Residual astigmatism: The missing link

Douglas Koch


19:20 Ray tracing optimization of excimer laser ablation

Any room for AI?

19:40 to 20:30 How to use Phorcides Analytic Engine™️

Mark Lobanoff explains step by step this software designed to help

in planning top-guided surgery treatments with Contoura.


March 8th, 2024 Friday

Enlighten me


7:30 Pupil size matters?

Glauco Mello


7:40 Optical Zone and Centralization

(Coaxial to light reflection or center of pupil?)

Understand the relationship between the effective optical zone and the diameter of the flap, lenticule or deepithelialized area

Glauco Mello


7:50 The importance of cyclotorsion compensation

Ways to align astigmatism with different devices

Is it still necessary to mark the axes in the supine position?

Fabio Marujo


8:00 OCT in surgical optics

Understand the role of this exam in subclinical edema, biometrics and much more than you imagine

Norma Allemann

Evolution and reality

8:15 "From broad beam to flying spots and such"

Evolution of the way the laser is applied to the cornea

Jackson Barreto Jr


8:25 Evolution of ablation profiles

How and why we arrived at the optimized profile and aspherical treatments

Jackson Barreto Jr


Nomogram adjustments, centralization, optical zone and tips on transposing refraction to the excimer

8:35 Planning to optimize the result in the treatment of astigmatism

Glauco Mello

8:50 Particularities of the excimer laser for myopia

Savio Milbratz

9:00 Special features of the excimer laser for hyperopia

Carla Medeiros

Limits exist


9:10 Limits in refractive surgery as far as how far to flatten?

The real relationship between corrected diopter and flattening

Marcony Santhiago

Yeah... Technically that's it I


9:20 PRK: Indications, techniques, particularities and scientific evidence

How and when to perform transepithelial PRK

How to understand and avoid haze

What we know about post-PRK pain

Ocular pain in refractive surgery

Marcony Santhiago


It's complicated I

Complications associated with deepithelialization after PRK

10:00 Delayed epithelial healing after PRK

Why does it happen and what to do?

Lycia Pedral

10:10 Jose Fiuza Award for the best scientific poster of REFRATIVA R.I.O.

             R$10,000 in prizes


10:20 Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy

New drugs available

What they mean and how to use them in practice


11:00 Losartan: Mechanism and How to use it in practice

Lycia Pedral

11:10 Topical insulin for neurotrophic keratopathy

Ricardo Soares


Yeah... Technically that's it II

11:20 LASIK: Indications, techniques, particularities and scientific evidence.

Marcony Santhiago



It’s complicated II

11:50 Flap striaes after LASIK: How to avoid and handle (early and late)

Marcony Santhiago 

12:00 Flap-related complications

Intraoperative complications related to lamella formation

Videos with situations that you don't want to live in, but need to know how to recognize and manage

J. Bradley Randleman


12:15 Salzmann nodular degeneration in refractive surgery

Steven Wilson


12:35 Interface-related complications

Learn to recognize and drive DLK, CTK, PISK or epithelial ingrowth

Renata Bueno


12:50 LUNCH Time with lunch box

OFTA Dry Eye special round table


14:10  Infectious keratitis after laser vision correction: incidence and risk factors

Claudia Morgado

14:20 Customization differences

Wavefront-Guided vs Topography-Guided Surgery

Andre Torricelli


14:40 Why Q: Does manipulating asphericity (Q) bring results?

Marcony Santhiago


14:50 Lenticle extraction

The progress and current status of corneal lenticule extraction

SMILE, CLEAR, SILK: What the new KLEx nomenclature means

Marcia Toledo

15:10 In-depth analysis of regression rates (and their risk factors/rationality)

Claudia Morgado

15:20 Myths and truths in Refractive Surgery

Wallace Chamon

15:40 Nightmares in Refractive Surgery

Learning from experience 

The speaker will show lots of videos for us to learn from his large experience

Eduardo Martinez


16:00 Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy


16:30 - 22:30 WET/DRY LABs - HANDS ON


*There will be more than 30 wet/dry labs in 3 times per night divided

in 15 rooms during the 5 days of the course

There will also be Special Sessions with extra content.


Special Session III


Special session at REFRATIVA R.I.O.

16:30 – 20:00 Management: You are your business

Coordination Carla Medeiros and Carolina Angeloni


16:30 Income tax in practice:

I work in a clinic: how do I declare what I earn?

Can I make a cash book?

How should I declare my company on my individual declaration?

I hired several professionals for my clinic.

Can I have any tax benefits?


17:00 How to create administrative flows and processes

How to select and form a team

17:15 ANS ROL, health plans

and legal support on extra charges and rebates.

17:30 How to deal with Agreements /Glosses/ Contracts and negotiations

17:45 Business models: what level is your company at?

18:00 Health Reimbursement Model: How has this new modality worked?

18:20 Financial Department, working relations with doctors

18:30 Medical Marketing: How important is it?

18:50 How to measure performance / indicators.

How to carry out management focused on results based on your reality

19:00 Let's be specific

What and how to apply the most successful excimer models,

intraocular lenses and other modalities involving surgical optics

19:20 Surgical Guidance:

the strategic role of surgical advisors in patient care

19:30 Is it worth buying devices?

How to make the purchase possible? Is it possible to finance?

Which ones have the best value for money?

Questions and Answers – shared experience


March 9th, 2024 Saturday


Beyond the excimer laser

7:30 Anterior chamber phakic lens:

indications, results and complications

Pedro Bertino


7:40 Posterior chamber phakic lens

indications, results and complications

Natalia Amorim


Phakic IOL for presbyopia

Correcting astigmatism with a phakic lens: Posterior vs anterior


Therapeutic refractive surgery

Concept and practical tips

Amblyopic eye surgery

Topoguided surgery for irregular corneas

Phototherapeutic keratectomy (PTK)

7:50 Excimer laser in patients (adults) with amblyopia

Barbara Dutra 

8:00 Topography-guided surgery on irregular corneas

Off-center ablations, small optic zone, or irregular cornea addressed with guided surgery

Marcony Santhiago

8:20 PTK indications and planning

Ramon Ghanem


8:40 Surgical refractive correction after radial keratotomy

Ramon Ghanem


Now I understand better: the explanations

8:50 Epithelial map in postoperative monitoring

How the epithelial map should be used and helps explaining postoperative findings such as transient residual error

Marcony Santhiago


9:20 Low postoperative visual acuity: possible explanations, what to do and when?

Non-infectious situations will be addressed in the immediate post op that justify unsatisfactory vision,

when would it be time to worry and how long to wait, as it would be within natural behavior,

how to approach the patient, possible explanations and conduct.

Wallace Chamon


9:40 Retreatments: When and how - restoring results and satisfaction

Wallace Chamon


09:55 Special talk with Fernando Trindade

Cataract Surgery with Premium IOLs or Premium Cataract Surgery?


10:20 Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy

11:00 Round table: Discussion of clinical situations and illustrative cases

Coordination: Marcony Santhiago and Claudia Morgado

Discussants: J. Bradley Randleman, Wallace Chamon, Carla Medeiros, Marcia Toledo, Glauco Mello, Ramon Ghanem and Steven Wilson.


Dilated patient with a lot of difference in refraction, how much hyperopia should be treated?

Correct static or dynamic refraction? | Astigmatism: top or refraction axis?


Patient is not satisfied, what could it be?

The epithelium does not close, what to do?


Cataract or Cornea: Where to go? | How to treat dry eye?

Myopic presbyopic patient, what is the best option? What if you are hyperopic?


Altered topography and normal tomography: Can I operate?

Is this cornea too thin or is it operable?


Questions like these and many others in 2 hours of discussion with lightness and information

12:50 Lunch time

We need to talk about this

Everything about Keratoconus and Crosslinking that the anterior segment surgeon needs to know


14:10 How can contact lenses help the corneal surgeon?

Rodrigo Godinho


14:20 Keratoconus: rewriting the textbook

J. Bradley Randleman


14:40 Refraction in a patient with keratoconus: Practical tips

Rosalia Antunes-Foschini


14:50 The genetic environment of the patient with keratoconus

Gene therapy in a patient with keratoconus: What's real?

Rosalia Antunes-Foschini


15:00 Biomarkers: From cytokine expression to structural change

Larissa Stival


15:10 All about CROSSLINKING

Keratoconus: natural history of the disease

Evolution criteria and flowchart of management in ectatic disease

Beyond UV light: The role of riboflavin and its vehicle

Correct indications, results, different situations and age

Different techniques and customization


Perspective Critical analysis of oral riboflavin: What is the evidence?

with Nicole Larivoir


Crosslinking in pediatric age

Marcony Santhiago


Minimum thickness, thin cornea techniques and the role of oxygen

Hyposmolar Riboflavin | Customized Sub400 protocol | Contact Lens assisted protocol

Marcony Santhiago


Understanding CXL complications and unexpected results

Critical analysis of other CXL applications

Practical tips and my flowchart for doing CXL

Marcony Santhiago

16:00 Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy

16:30 - 22:30 WET/DRY LABs - HANDS ON


*There will be more than 30 wet/dry labs in 3 times per night divided

in 15 rooms during the 5 days of the course

There will also be Special Sessions with extra content.


Special Session IV

Special session at REFRATIVA R.I.O.

16:30 - 20:30 Do you have Cornea?


Coordination Bianca Susanna and Juliana Feijó


16:30 Critical analysis: Rho Kinase (ROCK) enzyme inhibitors and surgical procedures

Aline Moryama

16:50 Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery

What the Anterior Segment Surgeon Should Know

Vitor Cvintal

17:10 CAIRS corneal allogenic intrastromal ring segments

Soosan Jacob

17:20 How to use imaging exams in transplant planning

Danyelle C. Medeiros


17:40 Recovering from a penetrating transplant

Pedro Bertino

17:50 DALK Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty

Ramon Ghanem

18:00 Bowman Layer Transplantation

Pedro Bertino

18:10 Strategies for corneal stromal regeneration

Larissa Gouvea


18:20 DMEK Descemet membrane endothelial keratoplasty DMEK

Nicolas Pereira

18:30 The endothelium and cataract surgery

What is the role of femtosecond laser cataract surgery?

Gustavo Bomfadini

18:40 DWEK Descemetorhexis without endothelial keratoplasty

Lucio Maranhao

19:00 PDEK pre-Descemet Endothelial Keratoplasty

Amar Agarwal

19:20 Understanding Your Patient's Central and Peripheral Image Quality

Daniel Chang

19:40 Nanotechnology and drug delivery systems for topical ocular therapy

David Smadja

March 10th, 2024 Sunday

7:30 Structured and ethical thinking to increase surgical volume

Tips and actions to be implemented in the dynamics of your clinic

Liane Iglesias

Up close it's even better

New (and effective) approaches to presbyopia


07:45 Pharmacological treatment for presbyopia

Barbara Dutra


07:55 Strategies to alleviate the effects of presbyopia with excimer laser

The effectiveness of excimer in presbyopia

Concept and different strategies available

Marcony Santhiago

08:25 Excimer laser in patients with previous cataract surgery with refractive residual

LASIK vs PRK post cataract

How much does the implanted IOL model interfere with the laser technique for residual correction?

Marcela Barros


08:35 Biometrics and IOL calculation after refractive surgery

The most important basic aspects and formulas

Felipe Tagushi


08:55 Artificial intelligence in IOL calculation

Felipe Tagushi


09:00 Agreement (or disagreement) between biometric devices

Aileen Walsh


09:10 Practical tips for biometrics and IOL calculation: Sharing my experience

Aileen Walsh


09:20 Biometrics of the patient with Keratoconus or DMP

Aileen Walsh


09:30 IOL for presbyopia: The differences and indications of current options

Understand the bifocal, trifocal or extended focus options

How my experience contributes to lens selection, identification of the ideal patient and post op satisfaction*

Armando Crema


09:50 IOL for presbyopia after laser refractive surgery: Details that matter

Armando Crema


10:00 Refractive solution with supplemental IOL: methods and indications

Armando Crema

10:10 Discussion about refractive surgery of the transparent lens and immediate sequential bilateral surgery

10:20 Prevention and treatment of positive and negative dysphotopsia

Christiana Hilgert

10:30 am Coffee Break offered by REFRATIVA R.I.O. to replenish your energy


Visual rehabilitation of patients with keratoconus


11:00 Cataract surgery in patients with keratoconus

Frederico Bicalho


11:20 Pinhole implant for irregular corneas

Bruno Trindade


11:40 Overview on visual rehabilitation with transplantation: The options we have

Anderson Martins

11:55 Correction of ametropia after cornea transplant

Pedro Bertino


12:10 Post transplant contact lens

Elisabeth Guimaraes

12:25 Corneal stromal regeneration strategies

Juliana Feijó

12:35 Scleral lens in patient with keratoconus

Terla Castro

12:50 Overview of the intrastromal ring in a patient with keratoconus

Frederico Bicalho

13:10 CAIRS Allogeneic Corneal Intrastromal Ring Segments

Bianca Susanna

13:20 Intrastromal ring for myopia

Sandro Coscarelli


13:30 Intrastromal ring in advanced cases

Jordana Sandes


13:40 Pupilloplasty for visual rehabilitation

Cristiano Becker


13:50 Artificial iris: Indications and results

Gabriel Figueiredo

In a detailed structured way, the course addresses, in a storytelling format, from basic to advanced, everything the surgeon needs to know.


Therefore, the REFRATIVA R.I.O. is not just about surgical techniques;

AND when it talks about techniques, it goes far beyond excimer laser, PRK, and LASIK.

The structure of our scientific program, which is updated every year,

follows the sequence below:


  • What we need to know in the refractive surgery candidate's first consultation

  • We will also talk about how the clinic's structure should be to increase the flow of uptake and conversion ethically and even how to make a text of informed consent based on the suggestions of regulatory bodies.

  • Then we will learn together how to evaluate the surface, examine all the layers of the cornea with a slit lamp with a refractive surgery possibility perspective, and calmly detail everything about dry eye, its diagnosis, and treatment.

  • Let's understand together what we need to see in each exam, what we look for, and what to do depending on each finding.

  • Then we will evaluate all imaging exams with classes and discussions with experienced speakers who will present and discuss all available topography and tomography devices.

  • To go deeper into this, in addition to the theoretical classes for each device, we have special sessions and dry labs where the student understands exactly how to use each display.

  • After understanding what the findings in the imaging exams mean, we also talk about the indications and the construction of our flowchart to define the direction to go and, if applicable, the best surgical technique.

  • We then entered the classes on techniques and talked about all of them, either in the main room, the special sessions, or the dry labs. We cover everything you need to know.

  • All this is combined with a construction that goes from the most basic to the most innovative. Every year we add new classes, and even themes from previous years are carefully updated with publications so recent that sometimes they are from the month in which the course takes place; such is our obsession with up-to-date teaching.

Everything said above applies to

  • surface exam and dry eye

  • all about imaging exams (including the latest generation)

  • All about excimer laser planning of all models

  • Everything about techniques like PRK, LASIK, lenticule extraction (ex SMILE or CLEAR), phakic IOL, keratoconus, crosslinking, and intrastromal ring segment implantation and more.​

  • In addition, we set aside prime time for presbyopia treatment with planning and selection of excimer for presbyopia strategy, presbyopia IOL selection and planning (all models for cataract patients and clear lens extraction), toric IOL selection and planning, and other news.

There​ is a lot more

  • The special sessions cover everything about other corneal surgeries such as DMEK, DALK, new treatments, and medications.

  • And a thematic session with everything you need to know about business, administration, and taxes with experienced speakers in this area.

  • This is just a summary of everything that happens in this great experience that is REFRATIVA R.I.O. with more than 100 classes and more than 30 wet labs, in addition to special sessions, live discussion tables, and interviews.


We Empower You to Reach Your Full Potential

At REFRATIVA R.I.O., we believe that education is the key to unlocking your full potential. That's why our approach is centered around providing you with the tools and knowledge you need to succeed.


Our team of expert educational consultants works with you to create a personalized learning experience that meets your unique needs and goals. We offer a wide range of educational services, including training, coaching, and mentoring, all designed to help you reach your full potential.

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Professional translation


At REFRATIVA R.I.O., we believe that education is the key to unlocking your full potential. That's why our approach is centered around providing you with the tools and knowledge you need to succeed.


Our team of expert educational consultants works with you to create a personalized learning experience that meets your unique needs and goals. We offer a wide range of educational services, including training, coaching, and mentoring, all designed to help you reach your full potential.

Our Journey So Far



REFRATIVA R.I.O. was founded with a mission to provide refractive surgery education like never seen before. Our team of experts has been working tirelessly to create a unique learning experience that is both clear and logical, providing all relevant data in a didactic way.



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