b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentCLINICAL NEUROANAESTHESIANR_M_18 Discusses the implications for anaesthesia and the risks associatedSALUS 1 K with the positions used for neurosurgery CBDNR_M_19 6 K Describes the anatomy relevant to providing local anaesthesia for FCAIawake craniotomyDescribes the principles of anaesthesia and perioperative care ofpatients for:Supratentorial surgeryPosterior fossa surgeryPituitary surgeryNR_M_20 6 K Epilepsy surgery CBDAwake craniotomyCraniafacial and craniobasal surgerySpinal surgery, including emergency spinal cord decompressionVentriculo-peritoneal shuntsImaging and interventional neuroradiological proceduresNR_M_21 6 K Explains the anaesthetic implications of pituitary disease including FCAIendocrine effects and trans-sphenoidal surgeryNR_M_22 8 S Provides anaesthesia for patients requiring craniotomy Mini-CEXNR_M_23 8 S Provides anaesthesia for a patient requiring burr hole evacuation surgery DOPSNR_M_24 8 S Provides anaesthesia for cerebrospinal fluid shunt surgery DOPSNR_M_25 8 S Provides anaesthesia for spinal decompression surgery DOPSNR_M_26 8 S Provides anaesthesia for spinal surgery DOPSNR_M_27 6 K Discusses the principles of anaesthesia for posterior fossa surgery FCAINR_M_28 8 K Explains recognition and management of air embolism FCAINR_M_29 8 K Discusses the anaesthetic principles of anaesthesia for intracranial CBDaneurysm repair (clipping and coiling)NR_M_30 Understands and describes the challenges of providing anaesthesia for SALUS 1 K interventional neuroradiology procedures FCAI82 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'