If using the Steven 22, and we still cannot
stop an acute asthma attack, we can combine with another point called CV17. It’s also
on the mid-line of the front of the body between two nipples and at a level of the fourth intercostals
level, so that’s the fourth rib, and between two nipples, there is a point, this bone called
the sternum, and when we locate this point, we can insert the needles in thirty-five angles,
and then we point downward because we want to disperse launching downward and then we
go .3, .5 inches for this point. So, we combine these two points to treat acute asthma.