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Physician Practices in the Management of Elevated Troponin after Non-Cardiac Surgery (After-MINS)


Dear Colleague,

You are being invited to participate in a research study exploring physician management patterns with patients who experience myocardial injury after noncardiac surgery (MINS), defined as troponin elevation after noncardiac surgery deemed to be ischemic in nature.


Participation is voluntary. If you elect to participate in the study, you will be asked to complete the following survey, which takes no longer than 10 minutes. You will be asked to provide answers to multiple-choice questions regarding your perspective on the management of MINS.


The results of this study will be reported in aggregate form without identifying participant information. There is therefore minimal risk to your privacy.


By electing to continue with this survey you consent to inclusion in this study. You may interrupt the survey at any time, or withdraw your completed survey by sending a request by e-mail to


Local Principal Investigator: McMaster University
Dr. Maura Marcucci Hamilton, ON, Canada
Department of Health Research  905-297-3479 ext. 40594
Methods, Evidence and Impact (HEI)


This study has been reviewed by the Hamilton Integrated Research Ethics Board (HIREB). The HIREB is responsible for ensuring that participants are informed of the risks associated with the research, and that participants are free to decide if participation is right for them. If you have any questions about your rights as a research participant, please call the Office of the Chair, Hamilton Integrated Research Ethics Board at 905.521.2100 x 42013.

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In the last year have you seen a patient with MINS*?


*myocardial injury after noncardiac surgery, defined as troponin elevation after noncardiac surgery deemed to be ischemic in nature