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Here are a few strategies from @HarvardHealth on how to protect yourself when temperatures rise: ➡️Monitor weather forecasts for heat advisories ➡️When outside, try to drink 8 ounces of water every 20 minutes ➡️Avoid soda/fruit juice and limit alcohol ➡️Protect your skin (2/2)
High temperatures put stress on the cardiovascular system, making the heart work harder. If you have a heart condition, it's important to protect yourself and your heart when temperatures rise! (1/2) $CRDL
We are proud to support the Foundation this year to raise awareness and help end suffering and sudden death from myocarditis! If you’re ready to help, learn more about how you can make a donation to the @myocarditisfndn (3/3)
The featured guest speaker will be Dr. Leslie Cooper, MD Enterprise Chair Cardiovascular Department at the Mayo Clinics and founder of the Myocarditis Foundation! Dr. Cooper serves as the Co-chair for both @CardiolRx LANCER and acute myocarditis clinical trials. $CRDL (2/3)
Today marks the 15th Anniversary of the @myocarditisfndn Annual Golf Outing, the largest fundraiser for the foundation. The event was started by a Viral Myocarditis and Heart Transplant Survivor, Joseph Rumore, to raise awareness and give back for his new gift of life. (1/3)
If you have recurrent pericarditis, be sure to talk to your doctor about your symptoms and treatment options. $CRDL #CRDL Learn more about how to recognize and deal with recurrent pericarditis from the @American_Heart. (7/7)…
For most people, recurrent pericarditis can be safely managed at home and rarely leads to death. But it can cause potentially life-threatening complications such as loss of the pericardium’s elasticity and a buildup of fluid in the pericardium. (6/7)
Although generally self-limited and not life-threatening, acute pericarditis is diagnosed in 0.2% of all cardiovascular in-hospital admissions and is responsible for 5% of emergency room admissions for chest pain in North America and Western Europe. (5/7)
While there’s no single cause for recurrent pericarditis, it often develops in people whose initial bout of pericarditis isn’t treated adequately. Long-term use of corticosteroids, such as prednisone, may also be associated with recurrences. (4/7)
Symptoms of recurrent pericarditis include: ➡️Debilitating chest pain ➡️Shortness of breath ➡️Heart palpitations or a faster than normal heartbeat ➡️Low-grade fever ➡️Cough ➡️Swollen abdomen, legs or feet ➡️Low blood pressure symptoms ➡️Fatigue (3/7)
Other types of pericarditis, based on symptom occurrence, include: ➡️Acute – Less than 4-6 weeks ➡️Incessant – More than 4-6 weeks but less than 3 months, despite therapy ➡️Chronic – More than 3 months (2/7)
Recurrent pericarditis is when you develop pericarditis (inflammation of the pericardium) for a second time after having no symptoms for at least four weeks. Recurrent pericarditis happens in 15% to 50% of people with pericarditis in the U.S. (1/7)
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Epidemiology of Myocarditis and Pericarditis Following mRNA Vaccination by Vaccine Product, Schedule, and Interdose Interval Among Adolescents and Adults in Ontario, Canada, via @JAMANetwork $CRDL #CRDL…
Today marks the 1-year anniversary of @GTorreAmione as Chairman of @CardiolRx! Thank you for your invaluable leadership and guidance during the development of our groundbreaking research. $CRDL #CRDL
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