b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentPRIOR TO INDUCTION CONTINUEDGA_C_16 SALUS 1 S Ensures that standard mandatory monitoring is applied IACGA_C_17Participates in and/or initiates the Surgical Safety Checklist according to SALUS 1 K local protocol IACINDUCTION OF GENERAL ANAESTHESIAGA_C_18 1 S Achieves optimal positioning prior to induction IACGA_C_19 8 S Conducts effective pre-oxygenation IACGA_C_20 8 K Selects appropriate drugs and dose for induction of anaesthesia DOPSGA_C_21 8 S Recognises when satisfactory anaesthesia has been achieved IACGA_C_22 8 K Anticipates and addresses changes in cardiovascular stability brought onDOPSwith induction/ventilationGA_C_23 8 S Maintains airway patency during induction (manoeuvres, airway adjunct asIACneeded)GA_C_24 8 K Chooses an appropriate size and type of airway device DOPSGA_C_25 8 S Demonstrates appropriate technique for airway device insertion IACGA_C_26 8 S Ascertains correct placement of airway device and efficacy of ventilationIACwith contingenciesMAINTENANCE OF GENERAL ANAESTHESIAGA_C_27 SALUS 1 K Ensures safe patient positioning for surgery DOPSDescribes the physiological changes that occur with and implications for anaesthetic management of the following patient positions:SupineGA_C_28 1 K Trendelenburg MCAIReverse TrendelenburgLateralLithotomyProneGA_C_29 SALUS 1 K Maintains anaesthesia and monitors patient satisfactorily DOPSMaintains a tidy/safe work placeGA_C_30 7 S Keeps an appropriate and legible anaesthetic recordMini-CEXEnsures electronic records are accurate and appropriately signed offGA_C_31Outlines the recognition of emergencies and knows when to call for help/SALUS 1 S support CBDEMERGENCE FROM GENERAL ANAESTHESIAGA_C_32 8 S Anticipates and prepares for emergence and manages extubation andDOPScommon complications during emergenceCurriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme 47'