b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentHISTORY TAKING CONTINUED.NeurologicalEpilepsyParaplegia, strokeParkinsons diseaseMultiple sclerosisPA_C_5 4,7,8 S Musculoskeletal Disease FCAIRheumatoid arthritisMyotonic dystrophiesMyasthenia gravisFrailtyCancerPA_C_6 2,3 S Obtains information about current and past medication IACPA_C_7 2,8 S Obtains a history of allergy and intolerance IACPA_C_8 2,3,8 S Obtains information about previous anaesthetics and relevant familyIAChistoryCLINICAL EXAMINATIONDemonstrates satisfactory proficiency in performing a relevant clinical examination including when appropriate:Cardiovascular system Respiratory systemPA_C_9 8 S Central and peripheral nervous system: GCS (Glasgow Coma Scale),DOPSperipheral deficitMusculoskeletal system: patient positioning, neck stability/movement, anatomy for regional blockadeOther: nutrition, anaemia, jaundicePA_C_10 6 K Explains the basis for clinical signs and the relevance of positive and MCAInegative physical signsPerforms a focused airway assessmentAssesses dentitionPA_C_11 8 S Assesses Mallampati, mouth opening, TM (thyro-mental) distance, neckIACmobilityPredicts difficult BMV (bag mask ventilation) Predicts potential difficult airwayExplains the relevance of clinical data including, but not exclusively:Clinical parameters such as:PA_C_12 8 K Blood Pressure, Pulse, CVP (central venous pressure) MCAIBody Mass Index (BMI) Fluid balance X-rays, computerised tomography (CT) scanPA_C_13 SALUS 1 S Reviews patient clinical case notes and associated records CBDINVESTIGATIONSExplains the indications for and interpretation of preoperativeinvestigations such as:PA_C_14 6 K ECGs (Electrocardiograms) MCAIEchocardiography and stress testingPulmonary function testsCurriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme 39'