b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentPOST-PROCEDURELists advantages and disadvantages of regional anaesthesia forRN_C_23 6 K post-operative analgesia MCAIDiscuss the relevance of anti-coagulation when removing epidural cathetersRN_C_24 8 S Appropriately prescribes continuous epidural infusions DOPSRN_C_25 8 K Describes problems and solutions to obtaining adequate post-operativeCBDanalgesia in the ward or home when regional anaesthesia wears offRN_C_26 SALUS 1 K Knows the criteria for safe discharge of a patient under regional blockade CBDRN_C_27Explains the need to review patients following regional technique toSALUS 1 A ensure block has worn off and there are no residual complications MCAIMinimum criteria for assessing completion of unit: Volume of PracticeEpidurals Total 70Lumbar (can include obstetrics)Minimum 5 thoracicSpinals Total: 70 70(max. 30 obstetric)Axillary nerve block 5Femoral nerve block 5Total minimum VOP: 150Workplace Based AssessmentsRequired Workplace based assessment 4CBD:4Available WBAs DOPS:6Mini-CEX: 4CoursesCourse ISRA foundation courseCurriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme 51'