b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentIN RESPECT OF SUPRAGLOTTIC AIRWAY DEVICEAM_C_19Can list the indications and contraindications for the use of supraglottic SALUS 1 K airway devices MCAIAM_C_20 8 S Can insert a supraglottic airway device with contingencies DOPSAM_C_21 6 S Demonstrates and confirms correct placement of a supraglottic DOPSairway deviceIN RESPECT OF TRACHEAL INTUBATIONAM_C_22 6 K Describesthe indications for tracheal intubation MCAIAM_C_23Discusses the risks associated with tracheal intubation SALUS 1 K (dental risks, risks associated with positive pressure ventilation, MCAIinadvertent oesophageal/endobronchial intubation)AM_C_24 6 K Outlines the main types of endotracheal tubes and can identify theirMCAIapplicationsAM_C_25 6 K Shows how to choose the correct size and length of endotracheal tubes DOPSAM_C_26 6 K Describes the different types of laryngoscopes and blades MCAIAM_C_27 6 K Describes the grade the direct laryngoscopy view (Cormack and Lehane) CBDAM_C_28 8 S Can perform oral intubationIACAM_C_29 8 S Can describe how to perform nasal intubation CBDAM_C_30 8 S Describes the use of the bougie and stylet CBDAM_C_31 6 S Can demonstrate confirmation of correct placement of endotracheal tube DOPSAM_C_32 6 K Understands the principles of and can perform rapid sequence induction IACAM_C_33Discusses the Difficult Airways Society (DAS) +/- other recognisedSALUS 1 K difficult airway guidelines CBDAM_C_34 6 K Demonstrates use of videolaryngoscopes DOPSAM_C_35 6 S Is able to identify the patient requiring awake fibreoptic intubation Mini-CEXIs able to perform awake fibreoptic intubationAM_C_36 8 S Can describe the management of the anticipated difficult airway as perMCAIDAS or other recognised guidelinesAM_C_37 8 S Can describe the management of the unanticipated difficult airway as perCBDDAS or other recognised guidelines44 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'