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Ext premium alloy Barrel for increased barrel and sweet spot size
Three-piece design Composite handle with all-new 3fx-pwr connection system that provides extra stiffness for power hitters looking for more energy transfer and less vibration
PR end cap design for increased momentum and power on your swing
Power swing weight for increased momentum and maximum distance
Premium LS pro comfort grip for the perfect mix of tack and cushion
An extra-stiff design with a massive barrel shape. This is select pwr. The innovative ext. alloy barrel on the select power is a half-inch longer than traditional BBCOR bats, giving you a highly-responsive expanded sweet spot on the heaviest-swinging bat in our lineup. Paired with the extra-stiff 3FX power connection and all-new power end cap, you get a bat crafted for one thing: turning swing momentum into maximum power and performance. Designed For strong, advanced hitters, this bat has the highest MOI of any in the 2020 Louisville Slugger lineup. Built for when the game is on the line, The all-new 2020 Louisville Slugger BBCOR lineup builds on our legacy with our most consistently high-performing bats we've ever made. Dig in. Break out.
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Features a premium EXD alloy extended barrel with composite handle.
Provides extra stiffness for power hitters looking for more energy transfer and less vibration.
PWR End Cap
For increased momentum and power on your swing.
Power Swing Weight
For increased momentum and maximum distance.
Premium LS Pro Comfort Grip
Specially designed for the perfect mix of tack and cushion.
The SVS Political Action Committee (PAC) works for vascular surgeons, and only vascular surgeons, to ensure that SVS members get access to U.S. Representatives and Senators in order to discuss issues that have a major impact on members and their practices.
We hear from five vascular surgeons on the latest signal around paclitaxel-coated balloon (PCB) use in patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD)—an increased risk of major amputation—recently reported by Katsanos and colleagues (p. 1 and 4–5)
Structural changes made to the 2021 Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM) prove to be a hit with attendees, the VAM program co-chairs reveal (p. 2)
Key players behind the first Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) appropriate use criteria (AUC)—which covers intermittent claudication—unpack some of the details of the document’s development process ahead of its anticipated publication (p. 6)
It was a burning question posed from the VAM conference floor, and it led to some approving social media nods in its aftermath: Does the tone of conversation around the vascular anatomy of females need to morph into a discussion about the availability of devices that fit the female anatomy? (p. 10–11)
A new study published in a special issue of the Journal of the American Heart Association (JAHA) finds amputation rates are higher for people with PAD who are poor or Black (p. 15)
Corner Stitch: McGill University, Montreal, vascular surgery resident Anna Kinio, MD, discusses the art of surgery in the present moment (p. 18)
We are a not-for-profit professional medical society, composed primarily of vascular surgeons, that seeks to advance excellence and innovation in vascular health through education, advocacy, research, and public awareness.
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