b'Anaesthesia for Ophthalmic SurgeryDescription:After completing this unit, the trainee will demonstrate sufficient skill to deliver safe regional and general anaesthetic care to the patient requiring ophthalmic surgery. Legend for Competency TableDomain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentPRE-OPERATIVEOP_M_1 Discusses the peri-operative assessment of the ophthalmic patientSALUS 1,8 S Discusses associated co-morbidities FCAIOutlines opportunities to optimise high risk patientsRecognises that elderly patient present commonly for ophthalmic surgeryOP_M_26 S,K Describes changing physiology of the elderly FCAIDescribes altered pharmacology with the elderlyOP_M_3 Discusses the special requirements for children undergoing ophthalmic SALUS 1,2 K proceduresCBDOP_M_4 2,5 S Discusses how patient factors and co-morbidities influence choice ofCBDanaesthesia techniqueDiscusses the anaesthetic implications of ophthalmic drugs usedLocal anaesthetic agents, OP_M_5 6 K Vasoconstrictors FCAIMydriatics, mioticsIntra-ocular pressure-reducing agentsOP_M_6 6 K Describes the physiological mechanisms which control ocular pressure FCAIOP_M_7 6 K Discusses the drugs which alter intra-ocular pressure FCAIDiscusses choice of regional vs general anaesthesia for ophthalmicsurgery, including but not limited to Cataract surgeryOP_M_8 5 S Strabismus surgery FCAIGlaucoma surgeryVitreoretinal surgeryOculoplastic surgeryINTRA-OPERATIVEOP_M_9SALUS 1 A Applies the safe site surgery checklist to prevent wrong site surgery DOPSOP_M_10 Discusses precautions for revision surgery in patients who have had SALUS 1,6 S intra-ocular gas FCAIOP_M_11 8 S Discusses the anaesthetic technique for penetrating eye injury CBDOP_M_12 6 K Describes advantages and disadvantages of sedation in ophthalmic CBDproceduresDescribes the ocular reflexes and their managementOP_M_13 8 K ocular-cardiac FCAIocular-respiratoryocular-emetic74 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'