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Tricuspid Valve, What Is This? - Dr. Aklog (VIDEO)

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Dr. Aklog describes what a tricuspid valve is.

Dr. Aklog:
So you know the tricuspid valve, and just to review, is the valve which is on the right side of the heart, the part of the heart that pumps the blood from the body to the lungs. It’s the inlet valve; it’s the valve that prevents the blood from going backwards and kind of backing up into the tissues of the body.

About Dr. Aklog, M.D.:
Dr. Lishan Aklog is the current Director and Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery at The Heart and Lung Institute of St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona and Director of EmpowHer's Medical Advisory Board. Specializing in adult cardiac care, he graduated from Harvard College followed by Harvard Medical School. Dr. Aklog was a cardiothoracic resident at Brigham and Women’s/Boston Children’s Hospital, an Associate Chief of Cardiac Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York, and completed international fellowships in London, England and Paris, France.

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