In the cardiac-surgery subgroup, the average length of stay in the hospital up to 12 weeks after randomization was 20 days in each of the two study groups . In the subgroup that hadn’t undergone cardiac medical procedures, the corresponding length of stay was, on average, 13.5 times shorter with restricted glycemic control than with conventional glycemic control . Sensitivity analyses showed that the results were robust with respect to the prespecified assumptions. Discussion In this multicenter, randomized trial including critically ill kids in pediatric ICUs, tight glycemic control did not increase the number of times that kids were alive and clear of mechanical ventilation at 30 days.Longer hospital stays are often associated with higher risk of acquiring MDR bacteria. However, the study found that a surprising quantity of Afghan patients already had MDR bacteria if they arrived at a healthcare facility. Of the positive cultures extracted from patients whose bacterias were considered community-acquired, more than 58 % contained MDR bacteria. Of additional concern is that most of the bacteria recovered from Afghan individuals were ‘Gram negative,’ which are recognized to cause especially hard-to-treat infections. As part of the mission in Afghanistan, U.S. Military hospitals often deal with Afghan troops and local noncombatants who are harmed in combat operations.