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Yes, in Cardiology we do use a specific term for "pares ventriculares" (also called "duplas ventriculares"): it's "ventricular couplets".
("Ventricular pairs" sounds rather colloquial and I've never seen it in our hospital's medical records or reports).
eMedicine - Ventricular Tachycardia : Article by Mark E Alexander, MDPaul T, Marchal C, Garson A Jr: **Ventricular couplets** in the young: prognosis related to underlying substrate. Am Heart J 1990 Mar; ...
NEJM -- Frequent Ventricular Ectopy after Exercise as a Predictor ...On page 782, lines 8 and 9 of the third paragraph in the right-hand column should have read " **ventricular couplets** occurring at least five times per minute" ...