b'Anaesthesia Outside of the Operating Theatre, including conscious sedationDiscusses the indications for providing sedation and/or anaesthesia outside of the operating theatre, for example: (list of locations/various procedures)In the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)/CT scannerFor ultra-sound guided percutaneous proceduresFor diagnostic and therapeutic radiologic procedures in theAO_M_1 Interventional Radiology Department (cardiac catheterisation)SALUS 6 K For gastrointestinal endoscopic procedures (ERCP) FCAIFor procedures in the Emergency Department (e.g. closed reductionof fracture, closed reduction of dislocation of joint)For procedures in the ICUFor cardioversion in coronary care unitsFor electroconvulsive therapy in psychiatric unitsFor in vitro fertilizationDiscusses the challenges in providing safe sedation/anaesthesia at a remote location includingLimited space, lighting and patient accessMonitors and equipment which may be old or unfamiliarAO_M_2 Lack of piped medical gas supply and scavengingSALUS 1 K Lack of trained anaesthetic assistance and lack of immediate back-up CBDEnvironmental hazards, such as ionising radiation, magnetic field, noiseThe need to plan for adequate equipment, supplies and drugs forunanticipated scenarios The need for collaboration and effective communication withprocedural staffAO_M_5 Explains the general safety precautions and equipment requirements in SALUS 1 K specific environments, e.g. MRI suites FCAIAO_M_7 Explains the implications of exposing the pregnant or potentially pregnant SALUS 1 K patient or staff member to ionising radiation MCAIAO_M_10SALUS 1 K Discusses the special considerations for emergency cardioversion FCAICurriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme 113'