The value of inpatient psychiatric care is also questioned by the authors, and, again, this may reflect the issue of discriminating between patients with axis I versus axis II disorders. For the former, inpatient care often is critical. Rather than viewing suicidal behavior as an attempt at problem solving, psychiatrists are more apt to view it as a symptom of a given disease. We protect the patient from the symptom while we treat the underlying disease. In psychiatry, as in medicine in general, if symptoms are severe enough (e.g., a fever of 105°F), we may be forced to attend to them directly (e.g., ice water baths) until the disease (e.g., infection) can be brought under control. Chiles and Strosahl, however, view the disease model as overemphasized because "perhaps as many as 50% of suicidal patients do not meet criteria for any mental disorder."