New Topic of the Month!


Your Continued Professional Development – Myocarditis

In the last few years, COVID-19 has emerged as an important aetiology of myocarditis, from both direct infection and immune reactions. It has also been connected to a reaction to specific SARS-CoV-2 vaccines. 

This makes it an especially timely subject for this Topic of the Month.

Explore myocarditis resources

Myocarditis is an inflammatory cardiomyopathy with many different etiologies, including infectious and post-infectious, drug induced, autoimmune diseases.

Why take your knowledge further?
Myocarditis has many implications for acute and chronic treatment. It may complicate pump failure and severe heart failure. In addition, life-threatening arrhythmias are one of the potential serious outcomes from this condition. 

Diagnosing myocarditis has gained a lot of solid ground recently, with cardiac MRI taking centre stage in diagnosis, risk stratification and prognostic assessment. Explore and learn more about this topic now.


Meet the team bringing you this Topic of the Month

Prof. Ronen Beeri Prof. Philipp Sommer Dr. Micaela Ebert

Hadassah-Hebrew University
Medical Center,
Jerusalem (Israel)


Heart and Diabetes Center
Bad Oeynhausen (Germany)

Heart Center - University
Hospital Dresden,
Dresden (Germany




Prof. Carsten Tschoepe Prof. Gheorghe Andrei Dan Dr. Anna Baritussio
Berlin Brandenburg Center for 
Regenerative Therapies,
Berlin (Germany)
University of Medicine and Pharmacy Carol Davila,
Bucharest (Romania)

University of Padova,
Padua (Italy)


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