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Supraventricular premature complexes are premature complexes (as seen on an ECG) that originate from ectopic (nonautomatic) sites above the ventricles (eg, atrial myocardium and AV node). Roncarati R, Viviani Anselmi C, Losi MA, et al. If your stroke has affected your face, tongue or dominant hand and arm, your dentist might also recommend the use of fluoride gels, modified brushing or flossing techniques and strategies to help you maintain good oral hygiene.

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