b'Airway ManagementDescription:Managing the airway is a core anaesthetic skill. The trainee is expected to know the relevant functional anatomy of the airway, be familiar with airway devices and adjuncts, be able to maintain airway patency, support the deteriorating airway and have an airway management strategy for the anticipated and unanticipated difficult airway.Legend for Competency TableDomain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentPRE-INDUCTIONAM_C_1 6 K Knows the relevant functional anatomy of the upper airway MCAIAM_C_2 1 K Knows the predictors of difficult bag mask ventilation MCAIAM_C_3 1 K Knows the predictors of difficult intubation MCAIAM_C_4 1 S Can identify the predictors of difficult bag mask ventilation and/or CBDdifficult intubationAM_C_5 6 K Describes the fasting guidelines MCAIAM_C_6Discusses factors that contribute to risk of regurgitation and pulmonary SALUS 1 K aspiration MCAIAM_C_7 1 K Describes the measures to reduce the risk of regurgitation and MCAIpulmonary aspirationAM_C_8 4 A Formulates and outlines an airway management strategy CBDAM_C_9 6 K Explains the principles of effective pre-oxygenation CBDAM_C_10 8 S Performs effective pre-oxygenation IACAM_C_11Describes the principles of airway management for patients withSALUS 1 K tracheostomy CBDAM_C_12 6 K Describes how to perform manual in-line stabilisation MCAIAM_C_13 8 S Demonstrates manual in-line stabilisation DOPSAIRWAY PATENCYAM_C_14 1 K Describes the signs and symptoms of an obstructed airway CBDAM_C_15 3 S Knows how to manage the obstructed airway and can demonstrate airwayDOPSmanoeuvres to ensure/restore airway patencyAM_C_16 8 K Demonstrates airway manoeuvres to ensure/restore airway patency IACAM_C_17 8 K Can choose and insert an appropriate airway adjunct DOPSAM_C_18 8 S Performs effective bag mask ventilation IACCurriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme 43'