Question: The company doctor wants me to go to the cardiologist because he has identified in my heart what is scientifically called 'horse trot'. Is it so much? What care should I have and what harmful effects can it cause me? Sonia (Almería).
Answer: 'Horse trot' refers to an ausculatory finding. In many cases it is simply due to high blood pressure, although your final prognosis will be determined by your medical history, the rest of the exploration and the complementary tests. Have no doubt that your cardiologist will quickly give you a solution to the problem.