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1、Some factors that may lead to the complaint:
·Patients* high expectations
·4 patients seen by each resident
·10 thoughts, at least, generated from each patient
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·5 x 4 x 10 = anther 200 thoughts
·350 + 200 = 550 thoughts to be handled in total
·If the doctor does a good job juggling 98% of the time, that still leaves about 10 thoughts that might get lost in the process.
·The simplest solution: time
1、The author implies:
• Peoples inadequate consciousness about the consequence of neglecting the re- emerging infectious diseases
·Unjustifiability of peoples complacency about the prevention and control of the infectious diseases
·Unfinished war against infectious diseases
·Surgeon General William Stewart's hyperbolic statement of closing "the book on infectious disease".
·A string of impressive victories incurred by antibiotics and vaccines
·The thought that the war against infectious diseases was almost over What followed ever since:
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·Appearance of new diseases such as AIDS and Ebola
·Comeback of the old afflictions:
» Diphtheria in the former Soviet Union
»TB in urban centers like New York City
» Rising Group A streptococcal conditions like scarlet fever
·The fear of a powerful new flu strain sweeping the world
3、Elaborate on the joined battle:
·WHO established a new division devoted to worldwide surveillance and controlof emerging disease in October 1995.
·CDC launched a prevention strategy in 1994.
·Congress raised fund from $6.7 million in 1995 to $26 million in 1997.
The borders are meaningless to pathogenic microbes, which can travel from one country to another remote country in a very short time.
·Prisons and homeless shelters as ideal places for TB spread
·Emerging of drug-resistant strain or even multi-drug-resistant s