b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentPERI-OPERATIVE CARE Manages the pre- and post-operative care of the high risk surgical patient Manages the care of the patient followingCC_S_29 8 S cardiac surgeryMini-CEXcraniotomy organ transplantation trauma patientSUPPORTIVE CARECC_S_30 2 S Outlines options to minimise the physical and psychosocial consequencesMCAIof critical illness for patients and familiesCC_S_31 8 S Manages the assessment, prevention and treatment of pain and deliriumDOPSCC_S_32 8 S Manages sedation and neuromuscular blockadeDOPSCC_S_33 SALUS 1 S Co-ordinates the safe and timely discharge of patient from the ICU Mini-CEXEND OF LIFE CARE CC_S_34 3,4,8 A Manages the process of withholding or withdrawing life sustaining Mini-CEXtreatment with the multidisciplinary team CC_S_35 3 A Discusses the implications of end of life care for patients with their familiesCBDand guardiansCC_S_36 8 S Manages palliative care of the critically ill patientMini-CEXCC_S_37 8 S Describes brainstem death testingFCAICC_S_38 8 S Manages the physiological support of the organ donor DOPSPAEDIATRIC CARECC_S_39 8 S Describes the recognition of the acutely ill child and the initial managementFCAIof paediatric emergencies including transfer of the critically ill childCC_S_40Describes national legislation and guidelines relating to child protection SALUS 1 K and their relevance to critical care FCAITRANSPORTCC_S_41Undertakes transport of the mechanically ventilated critically ill patient SALUS 1 S outside the ICU DOPSPATIENT SAFETY AND HEALTH SYSTEMS MANAGEMENTCC_S_42 4 S Leads a daily multidisciplinary ward round Mini-CEXCC_S_43 SALUS 1 A Describes local infection control measures CBDCC_S_44Identifies environmental hazards and outlines opportunities to promote SALUS 1 A safety for patients and staff MCAICC_S_45Describes methods to minimise risk of critical incidents and adverse SALUS 1 K events, including complications of critical illness MCAI100 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'