b'Minimum criteria for assessing completion of unit:Volume of PracticeEmergency laparotomy25Laparoscopic upper abdominal surgery 20Elective major open upper abdominal surgery10Laparoscopic lower abdominal and pelvic surgery 20Elective major open abdominal & pelvic surgery15Abdominal wall and perineal surgery20Endoscopic urological surgery20Major per vaginal surgery5Breast surgery 5Upper GI (gastro-intestinal) endoscopy10Colonoscopy and per rectal procedures 5Total minimum VOP: 155Workplace Based AssessmentsRequired Workplace based assessment 3CBD:2Available WBAs DOPS:11Mini-CEX: 4Anaesthesia for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, including BurnsDescription:By the completion of this unit, the trainee will be able to resuscitate and manage the patient with burns and will be able to provide safe perioperative care to patients having plastic and reconstructive surgery. Legend for Competency TableDomain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentPLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERYPB_M_1 6 K Describes the different types of tissue flaps FCAIPB_M_2 6 S Describes the factors affecting tissue blood flow with respect to free-flapFCAIsurgery and how to optimise blood flow to tissue flapsDiscusses the potential issues that arise during anaesthesia of the patient having surgery for tissue flaps, e.g.:Prolonged anaesthesiaPB_M_3 8 K Limited access to the patient CBDPotential for occult blood loss during prolonged surgeryOptimising conditions for flap survivalMultidisciplinary collaboration and communicationPB_M_4 Discusses pain management for patients undergoing plastic andSALUS 1 K reconstructive surgery FCAIPB_M_5 8 S Ensures careful handling of patients with skin grafts on transfer to preventMini-CEXdisruption of the grafts66 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'