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Albuminuria was less inclined to develop in women. The chance of hypertension increased with age group and with a higher body-mass index . Health Status and Quality of Life The current health status of the 255 donors who underwent measurement of iohexol GFR was weighed against that of 255 controls from NHANES who were matched for age, sex, race or ethnic group, and body-mass index.15 Donors had a lower estimated GFR, lower systolic blood circulation pressure, and a lower urinary albumin excretion rate .).Vincent Medical Center, Portland Pennsylvania Eleanor Fitzpatrick, RN, MS, CCRN, CRNP Clinical Nurse Expert, Surgical ICU and Intermediate ICU, Thomas Jefferson University Medical center, Philadelphia South Carolina Janet Byrne, RN, MSN Nurse Manager, Medical University of SC, Charleston Beckie Church, RN, MSN, ACNP Surgical Clinical Expert, Lexington INFIRMARY, West Columbia Cheryl Holderfield, RN, MSN, CCRN, CNRN, CNS Nurse Manager, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston John Whitcomb, RN, PhD, CCRN, FCCM Assistant Professor of Nursing, Clemson University College of Nursing, Clemson Texas Steve Klahn, RN, MBA, BSN, CCRN-E Tele-ICU Functions Director, Baptist Health System Vanguard, San Antonio Virginia Shannon Lubin, RN, MS, CCRN Rapid Response Nurse, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, Richmond Washington Cindy Martin-Salinas, RN, BSN, CCRN-CSC Clinical Educator, ICU and Cardiac Unit, Kadlec Regional INFIRMARY, Richland Mary Jo Moore, RN, MA, CCRN, CNML Nurse Manager, ICU/Quick Response Group, Providence Sacred Heart INFIRMARY & Children's Hospital, Spokane AACN's Circle of Excellence Awards align with the association's mission of creating a healthcare system driven by the needs of individuals and their families where acute and critical care and attention nurses make their optimal contribution.