Basic rhythm in the ECG is sinus rhythm at around 60/min. There are two wide QRS complexes seen in lead II rhythm strip. Both of them are of similar morphology, hence they are called monomorphic. Monomorphic VPCs are usually unifocal and have same coupling interval. Coupling interval is the interval between the onset of the previous normal QRS complex and the ectopic QRS complex. Ventricular ectopic is identified by the absence of preceding P wave, bizarre wide QRS and secondary ST-T changes. It is usually followed by a full compensatory pause, meaning that the sum of the coupling interval and the compensatory pause will be equal to twice the regular sinus cycle length. Compensatory pause is the interval between the onset of the ventricular ectopic beat and the succeeding sinus beat. The full compensatory pause is because the ventricular ectopic beat usually does not reset the sinus cycle. This is because the next sinus discharge would have already occurred before the ventricular ectopic impulse gets conducted up through the atrioventricular node with the usual delay.