b'Section Four: Modular UnitsAnaesthesia for General, Urological and Gynaecological SurgeryDescription:By the completion of this unit, the trainee will be competent in providing anaesthesia for patients requiring general, urological and gynaecological surgery. Legend for Competency TableDomain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentDiscusses the key clinical features which influence anaestheticmanagement:Breast diseaseDisease of the oesophagusDisease of the stomachGallbladder disease MCAIGA_M_1 6 K Bowel disease FCAISplenic diseaseLiver diseasePancreatic diseaseAdrenal diseaseRenal and urinary diseaseGynaecological diseasesGA_M_2 6 K Explains the physical and physiological effects of laparoscopic surgeryMCAIincluding the effects of positioning and their managementGA_M_3 6 K Outlines the differential diagnosis of acute abdomen and the implicationsCBDfor anaesthesia of the different causesGA_M_4 6 K Outlines the consequences of prolonged vomiting, bowel obstructionMCAIand malabsorption syndromeGA_M_5 6 K Outlines the principles of the anaesthetic management of patients withCBDrenal failure for non-transplant surgeryGA_M_6 6 K Outlines the anaesthetic implications of bariatric surgery FCAIGA_M_7 SALUS 1 K Outlines the principles of enhanced recovery care pathways MCAIGA_M_8 6 K Describes the rationale and principles of perioperative haemodynamicFCAImanagement and optimisation GA_M_9 6 K Discusses perioperative analgesia and fluid management for FCAImajor laparotomyDiscusses the diagnosis and management of the possible complications of surgical procedures including:Venous air embolismMajor haemorrhageGA_M_10AspirationSALUS 1 K Pneumoperitoneum MCAISepsisReperfusion of ischaemic organsAcid-base imbalanceTemperature controlPositioning injuriesDescribes the principles of preoperative evaluation of patients at risk of GA_M_11 2 K postoperative morbidity, including risk stratification tools, for exampleFCAIscoring systemsGA_M_12 6 K Describes the principles of management of non-fasted patients requiringMCAIemergency surgery64 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'