b'Anaesthesia for Otolaryngology, Oral and Maxillofacial, Head and Neck Surgery Description:By the completion of this specialised unit, the trainee will be able to provide anaesthesia for patients undergoing ear, nose and throat, maxillo-facial, head and neck or dental surgery. They will be able to anticipate the issues relating to and manage the shared airway.Legend for Competency TableDomain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentEN_M_1 6 K Describes the common co-morbidities and patient factors encountered inMCAIpatients having head and neck and ear, nose and throat proceduresEN_M_2 6 S Discusses full assessment of the airway in patients for ear, nose throat andMCAIhead and neck surgeryDiscusses the recognition and anaesthetic implications of obstructive sleep EN_M_3 8 K apnoea in adults and children CBDOutline the need for post-operative CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure)EN_M_4 6 K Discusses the considerations of the shared airway and its implications forMCAIanaesthesiaDescribes the indications for and features of special endotracheal tubes used in ear nose throat surgery, including:EN_M_5 8 K Microlaryngoscopy MCAIThyroid surgeryLaser surgeryDiscusses the anaesthetic management of patients requiring common elective ear nose and throat procedures including:Septo-rhinoplastyFunctional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS)Tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomyMicrolaryngoscopyEN_M_6 8 K Panendoscopy MCAIInsertion of GrommetsMyringoplasty or other middle ear surgeryMastoidectomyLaryngectomyParotidectomyNeck dissectionTracheostomyEN_M_7 8 K Discusses the perioperative anaesthetic management of patients requiringCBDthyroid or parathyroid surgeryDiscusses the recognition and anaesthetic management of patientsrequiring common emergency ear, nose and throat procedures including:Reduction of fractured noseEN_M_8 8 S Removal of inhaled foreign body FCAIRemoval of foreign body from the oesophagus or pharynxSurgical management of the obstructed upper airwayDrainage of oropharyngeal cyst or abscess, including quinsy abscessInfections of the upper airway (croup, epiglottitis)EN_M_9 8 K Discusses anaesthesia for patients undergoing dental restoration and/orFCAIextractionEN_M_10 Discusses the precautions, possible complications and anaestheticSALUS 1 K implications of laser surgery of the airway CBD76 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'