b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentPREPARATION CONTINUEDPatient relatedDiscusses the role of the anaesthesiologist as a team member toTF_C_17 1 S resuscitate and stabilise the critically ill pregnant or peri-partum patient MCAIOutlines specific considerations of the transfer of the critically ill pregnant or peri-partum patientDescribes strategies to minimise the risk of inter and intra-hospitaltransfer, includingstabilisationTF_C_18 6 S pre-emptive intervention CBDsedationmonitoringchoice of mode of transferTF_C_19 8 S Correctly assesses the clinical status of a patient and decide whether theyMini-CEXare in a suitably stable condition for intra-hospital transferTRANSFERTransfer specificTF_C_20 6 S Explains the problems caused by complications arising during transfer andMCAImeasures necessary to minimise and pre-empt difficultiesTF_C_21 6 K Describes the safety implications of transport equipment that may be usedMCAIduring patient transferTF_C_22 6 A Outlines the problem of infection and contamination risks when moving anMCAIinfected patientTF_C_23 6 K Describes the physiological effects of transport including the effects ofFCAIacceleration and decelerationTF_C_24 6 K Discusses the effect of high ambient noise on patients and alarm status FCAITF_C_25 6 K Discusses the increased risk of interventions during hospital transfer CBDOrganisationalTF_C_26 4,5,6 A Explains the lines of responsibility that should be followed during transfer MCAITF_C_27 SALUS 1 A Describes the importance of record keeping during transfer MCAITF_C_28Outlines the importance of maintaining communication, when appropriate, SALUS 1,4,5 A with the patient and members of the transfer team MCAIPatient relatedTF_C_29 2,3 A Outlines consent requirements and patient discussion required prior toMCAItransferTF_C_30 2,3 S Explains how to assess and manage unco-operative and aggressive MCAIpatients during transferTF_C_31 6 K Discusses the reasons for a patient becoming unstable during transfer FCAIDiscusses how to manage a patient who develops sudden airway difficulty TF_C_32 6,8 S whilst in transit FCAIboth intubated and unintubated patients60 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'