b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentDEMONSTRATES APPROPRIATE SKILLS AND MANAGEMENT IN SPECIFIC AREAS OF VASCULAR ANAESTHESIA CONTINUED.VA_M_14 Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of interventionalSALUS 1,5 K radiological procedures vs open procedures FCAISpecific ProceduresCarotid endarterectomyVA_M_15 Explains the benefits and risks of general vs regional anaesthesiaSALUS 1, 5,6 K Carotid clamping and unclamping FCAIManagement of cerebral ischaemiaOutlines recovery room complications and managementAAA (abdominal aortic aneurysm)Explains the pathophysiology of cross-clamping and renal protection VA_M_16 6 K strategies FCAIDescribes resuscitation and management of emergency AAA(abdominal aortic aneurysm)VA_M_17 Describes the management of patients for endovascularSALUS 1,6 K,S radiological procedures FCAIDiscusses reaction to IV contrast, high radiation doseVA_M_18 6,8 KDiscusses general vs regional anaesthesia for lower limb amputation CBDVA_M_19 6,8 K Provides anaesthesia for lower limb amputation DOPSVA_M_20 6,8 K Discusses general vs regional anaesthesia for upper limb vascular surgery CBDVA_M_21 6,8 S Provides anaesthesia for upper limb vascular surgery DOPSMinimum criteria for assessing completion of unit: Volume of PracticeCarotid endarterectomy 5Open surgery for peripheral vascular disease 5Major limb amputation 5AV fistula formation2Abdominal aortic surgery 5Interventional radiological procedures 15Total minimum VOP: 37Workplace Based AssessmentsRequired Workplace based assessment 2CBD:6Available WBAs DOPS:2Mini-CEX: -CoursesCourse Vascular Access Course80 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'