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Description

Feeling your water of body is evaperate hot weather? Use this strainer to create your own mixed drink to fill water! Made from premium stainless steel, this strainer is durable and easily use. It can help you seperate fruit pulp and ice shards from drinks.

Features

- Color: As shown.
- Material: Stainless steel.
- Size: About 11 x 9 x 2cm.
- Crafted from polished food- grade stainless steel, this strainer is hard to, bend or rust.
- Easy and fun to use for professional and beginner in learning mixed drink, and perfect for home bar.
- Designed for ergonomics, comfort and quality, this strainer was crafted to reduce hand stress and give a comfortable straining experience.
- tightly coiled spring creates a fine strainer and keeps fruit pulp and ice shards from making their way into your final cocktail.
- This standard- sized strainer fits in most cocktail shakers, mixing glasses and pint glasses.
- Warm Tip: Dear buyer, due to lighting effect, monitor' brightness, manual measurement, etc., there could be some slight differences in the color and size between the photo and the actual item. Sincerely hope that you can understand! Thank you!

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  • “Not all cuts disappear”: We take a look at the threat posed to vascular surgery—and the office-based lab (OBL) setting in particular—by looming cuts to Medicare. Reporting includes the presidential address delivered by Kellie R. Brown, MD, at the 2021 annual meeting of the Midwestern Vascular Surgical Society (MVSS) in Chicago (p. 1 and 6)
  • Andrew J. Meltzer, MD, takes a look at medical liability in vascular practice, declaring: “We don’t have a quality problem. We have a medicolegal system problem” (p. 2 and 4)
  • News from the 2021 Eastern Vascular Society (EVS) annual meeting in Charleston, South Carolina, including: “Registry data show greater clot chronicity on post-procedure inspection than initially predicted” (p. 8)
  • Another story from the EVS meeting involves a report on the 18-year experience of Gregg Landis, MD, with PTFE bypass grafts: “PTFE crural bypasses: ‘Very acceptable patency, excellent limb salvage is obtainable with a fairly aggressive approach’” (p. 15)
  • Late-breaking trial data presented at the Vascular Interventional Advances (VIVA) 2021 meeting in Las Vegas, including: “Two-year Ranger DCB data: ‘Sustained, high rate’ of device efficacy” (p. 16)
  • A bumper Corner Stitch section, which includes W. James Melvin, MD, on his journey as a trainee surgeon-scientist, covering on mentorship, passion and the importance of parallel projects (p. 20–21)
  • SVS Foundation grows donation base, ‘yielding an impressive return on investment,’ chair Peter Lawrence, MD, writes (p. 25)

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