alarm point

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alarm point

A pressure point (acupoint) in acupuncture which is more sensitive than usual due to an acute illness.
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Neural therapy with procaine and Zeel, followed with procaine, triamcinolone, and ozone to her painful back and neck areas with additional procaine to her abdominal scars and procaine with Spascupreel to her headache points and Ah Shi points on neck and shoulders.
I employed intradermal injections (welts, quaddles) of neural therapy (6), (7) (see diagram) over the epigastrium, GB acupuncture point (GB-24), back shu points (BI 18-19), GB 21 on top of the shoulder, and ah shi points (cause pain with palpation - "oh sh_t" points) over the liver and GB area employing 1 % procaine with no epinephrine buffered to a pH of 7 with potassium hydroxide and Spascupreel from Heel Company.