Aayush Visaria

Aayush Visaria

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

H-index: 8

North America-United States

About Aayush Visaria

Aayush Visaria, With an exceptional h-index of 8 and a recent h-index of 8 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, specializes in the field of blood pressure variability, preventive cardiology, social determinants of health.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Interpretation of ethnicity-specific data: Increased risk vs. increased utilization

Source of bias in home BP monitoring: Insight into the GRAND study protocol in India

Inverse association between total bilirubin and type 2 diabetes in US South Asian males but not females

Air pollution and serious bleeding events in high-risk older adults

The implications of unmeasured confounders on sleep's complex relationship with cardiometabolic health

Unraveling the intricacies of adiposity and arterial stiffness in adolescents: insights from the MASCITE study

Ambient Heat and Risk of Serious Hypoglycemia in Older Adults With Diabetes Using Insulin in the US and Taiwan: A Cross-National Case-Crossover Study

National Trends in Anticoagulation Therapy for COVID-19 Hospitalized Adults in the United States: Analyses of the National COVID Cohort Collaborative

Aayush Visaria Information

University

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Position

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Citations(all)

177

Citations(since 2020)

176

Cited By

24

hIndex(all)

8

hIndex(since 2020)

8

i10Index(all)

7

i10Index(since 2020)

7

Email

University Profile Page

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

Aayush Visaria Skills & Research Interests

blood pressure variability

preventive cardiology

social determinants of health

Top articles of Aayush Visaria

Interpretation of ethnicity-specific data: Increased risk vs. increased utilization

Authors

Alizah Ali,Fariha Hameed,Bharath Nagaraj,Aayush Visaria

Published Date

2024/1/8

It was with great pleasure we read the article by Robson et al. titled “NHS Health Checks: Equity and outcomes 2009-17: An observational study”. We would like to offer additional contributions regarding explanations for the findings and differences between ethnic groups. It is difficult to ascertain whether ethnic disparities in incidence of disease between attendees and non-attendees are due to underlying higher risk of disease in these groups or the result of the NHS Health Check. It is well established that Black and South Asian patients have increased risk of hypertension and diabetes compared to White patients and that ethnicity-specific BMI cutoffs should be utilized. It would be important to understand the risk of incident disease in attendees vs. non-attendees within each ethnic group. Interestingly, in a recent 2021 Lancet article, study authors found that adjusted incidence of type 2 diabetes occurred at far lower …

Source of bias in home BP monitoring: Insight into the GRAND study protocol in India

Authors

Kaustav Chattopadhyay,Aayush Visaria

Journal

The Journal of Clinical Hypertension

Published Date

2024/4/7

The authors read with great pleasure the protocol on surveillance of home blood pressure (BP) monitoring in India by Verma and associates. 1 Given the number of factors that may affect BP at home versus in office and diversity of the Indian population, they would like to share the following insight for future iterations of the protocol:1. There is significant variability in antihypertensive treatment options, access to care, medication adherence, and health literacy across India. 2 While the study’s inclusion criteria requires stable antihypertensive regimen for at least 3 months, how stability is defined should be detailed taking aforementioned sources of variability into account as that may affect accuracy of uncontrolled BP prevalence calculations. This may include, for example, additional training on home BP measurement technique to ensure adequate health literacy.

Inverse association between total bilirubin and type 2 diabetes in US South Asian males but not females

Authors

Aayush Visaria,Alka Kanaya,Soko Setoguchi,Meghana Gadgil,Jaya Satagopan

Journal

Plos one

Published Date

2024/2/7

Aims United States South Asians constitute a fast-growing ethnic group with high prevalence of type 2 diabetes (T2D) despite lower mean BMI and other traditional risk factors compared to other races/ethnicities. Bilirubin has gained attention as a potential antioxidant, cardio-protective marker. Hence we sought to determine whether total bilirubin was associated with prevalent and incident T2D in U.S. South Asians. Methods We conducted a cross-sectional and prospective analysis of the Mediators of Atherosclerosis in South Asians Living in America (MASALA) study. Total bilirubin was categorized into gender-specific quartiles (Men: <0.6, 0.6, 0.7–0.8, >0.8; Women: <0.5, 0.5, 0.6, >0.6 mg/dl). We estimated odds of type 2 diabetes as well as other cardiovascular (CV) risk factors using multivariable logistic regression. Results Among a total 1,149 participants (48% female, mean [SD] age of 57 years), 38% had metabolic syndrome and 24% had T2D. Men and women in the lowest bilirubin quartile had 0.55% and 0.17% higher HbA1c than the highest quartile. Men, but not women, in the lowest bilirubin quartile had higher odds of T2D compared to the highest quartile (aOR [95% CI]; Men: 3.00 [1.72,5.23], Women: 1.15 [0.57,2.31]). There was no association between bilirubin and other CV risk factors. Conclusion Total bilirubin was inversely associated with T2D in SA men but not women. Longitudinal studies are needed to understand temporality of association.

Air pollution and serious bleeding events in high-risk older adults

Authors

Rindala Fayyad,Kevin Josey,Poonam Gandhi,Melanie Rua,Aayush Visaria,Benjamin Bates,Soko Setoguchi,Rachel C Nethery

Journal

Environmental research

Published Date

2024/6/15

ImportanceDespite biological plausibility, very few epidemiologic studies have investigated the risks of clinically significant bleeding events due to particulate air pollution.ObjectiveTo measure the independent and synergistic effects of PM2.5 exposure and anticoagulant use on serious bleeding events.DesignRetrospective cohort study (2008–2016).SettingNationwide Medicare population.ParticipantsA 50% random sample of Medicare Part D-eligible Fee-for-Service beneficiaries at high risk for cardiovascular and thromboembolic events.ExposuresFine particulate matter (PM2.5) and anticoagulant drugs (apixaban, dabigatran, edoxaban, rivaroxaban, or warfarin).Main outcomes and measuresThe outcomes were acute hospitalizations for gastrointestinal bleeding, intracranial bleeding, or epistaxis. Hazard ratios and 95% CIs for PM2.5 exposure were estimated by fitting inverse probability weighted marginal …

The implications of unmeasured confounders on sleep's complex relationship with cardiometabolic health

Authors

Srivarsha Kaloth,Aayush Visaria

Journal

Journal of Hypertension

Published Date

2024/2/1

1. Shantsila A, Shantsila E, Lip GYH. Hypertension and sleep health: a multidimensional puzzle. J Hypertens 2021; 39: 600–601. 2. Wang C, Bangdiwala SI, Rangarajan S, Lear SA, AlHabib KF, Mohan V, et al. Association of estimated sleep duration and naps with mortality and cardiovascular events: a study of 116 632 people from 21 countries. Eur Heart J 2019; 40: 1620–1629.3. Yuan Y, Heizhati M, Wang L, Li M, Lin M, Gan I, et al. Poor sleep quality is associated with new-onset hypertension in a diverse young and middle-aged population. Sleep Med 2021; 88: 189–196. 4. Parise BK, Santos RB, Mesas AE, Silva WA, Giatti SA, Aline N, et al. Sleep irregularity and the association with hypertension and blood pressure levels: the ELSA-Brasil study. J Hypertens 2023; 41: 670–677.

Unraveling the intricacies of adiposity and arterial stiffness in adolescents: insights from the MASCITE study

Authors

Sanjna Nandal,Aayush Visaria

Journal

Journal of Hypertension

Published Date

2024/5/1

We applaud the efforts of Pucci et al.[1] in their research titled ‘Adiposity and Arterial Stiffness in Healthy Adolescents: Exploring Blood Pressure Mediation’. Interestingly, the findings reveal a stronger association between neck circumference and carotid stiffness than aortic stiffness, independent of blood pressure (BP). We aim to provide further insight into the underlying mechanisms linking these variables and delve into the article's limitations.A limitation of anthropometric measures like waist circumference and neck circumference is its potential for measurement error. For example, a New Delhi study among adolescent and adult male individuals demonstrated the influence of factors like posture, respiratory state, and feeding conditions on waist circumference. Mid-abdomen waist circumference measurements taken while standing erect, maintaining normal breathing, and fasting accounted for the majority of …

Ambient Heat and Risk of Serious Hypoglycemia in Older Adults With Diabetes Using Insulin in the US and Taiwan: A Cross-National Case-Crossover Study

Authors

Aayush Visaria,Shu-Ping Huang,Chien-Chou Su,David Robinson,John Read,Chuan-Yao Lin,Rachel Nethery,Kevin Josey,Poonam Gandhi,Benjamin Bates,Melanie Rua,Ashwagosha Parthasarathi,Arnab K Ghosh,Yea-Huei Kao Yang,Soko Setoguchi

Journal

Diabetes care

Published Date

2024/2/1

OBJECTIVE To measure the association between ambient heat and hypoglycemia-related emergency department visit or hospitalization in insulin users. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS We identified cases of serious hypoglycemia among adults using insulin aged ≥65 in the U.S. (via Medicare Part A/B/D-eligible beneficiaries) and Taiwan (via National Health Insurance Database) from June to September, 2016–2019. We then estimated odds of hypoglycemia by heat index (HI) percentile categories using conditional logistic regression with a time-stratified case-crossover design. RESULTS Among ∼2 million insulin users in the U.S. (32,461 hypoglycemia case subjects), odds ratios of hypoglycemia for HI >99th, 95–98th, 85–94th, and 75–84th percentiles compared with the 25–74th percentile were 1.38 (95% CI, 1.28–1.48), 1.14 (1.08–1.20), 1.12 (1.08 …

National Trends in Anticoagulation Therapy for COVID-19 Hospitalized Adults in the United States: Analyses of the National COVID Cohort Collaborative

Authors

Eileen Lee,Benjamin Bates,Nathaniel Kuhrt,Kathleen M Andersen,Aayush Visaria,Rachel Patel,Soko Setoguchi

Journal

The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Published Date

2023/10/1

Background Anticoagulation (AC) utilization patterns and their predictors among hospitalized coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients have not been well described. Methods Using the National COVID Cohort Collaborative, we conducted a retrospective cohort study (2020–2022) to assess AC use patterns and identify factors associated with therapeutic AC employing modified Poisson regression. Results Among 162 842 hospitalized COVID-19 patients, 64% received AC and 24% received therapeutic AC. Therapeutic AC use declined from 32% in 2020 to 12% in 2022, especially after December 2021. Therapeutic AC predictors included age (relative risk [RR], 1.02; 95% confidence interval [CI], 1.02–1.02 per year), male (RR, 1.29; 95% CI, 1.27–1.32), non-Hispanic black (RR, 1.16; 95% CI, 1.13–1.18), obesity (RR, 1.48; 95% CI, 1.43–1.52 …

Validity of International Classification of Diseases (ICD)-10 diagnosis codes for identification of acute heart failure hospitalization and heart failure with reduced versus …

Authors

Kaitlin M McGrew,Juell B Homco,Tabitha Garwe,Hanh Dung Dao,Mary B Williams,Douglas A Drevets,S Reza Jafarzadeh,Yan Daniel Zhao,Helene Carabin

Published Date

2020/3/1

BackgroundThe twenty-first century opioid crisis has spurred interest in using International Classification of Diseases (ICD) code algorithms to identify patients using illicit drugs from administrative healthcare data. We conducted a systematic review of studies that validated ICD code algorithms for illicit drug use against a reference standard of medical record data.MethodsSystematic searches of MEDLINE, EMBASE, PsycINFO, and Web of Science were conducted for studies published between 1980 and 2018 in English, French, Italian, or Spanish. We included validation studies of ICD-9 or ICD-10 code algorithms for an illicit drug use target condition (e.g., illicit drug use, abuse, or dependence (UAD), illicit drug use-related complications) given the sensitivity or specificity was reported or could be calculated. Bias was assessed with the Quality Assessment of Diagnostic Accuracy Studies Version 2 (QUADAS-2) tool …

The importance of exercise for glycemic control in type 2 diabetes

Authors

US Afsheen Syeda,Daniel Battillo,Aayush Visaria,Steven K Malin

Journal

American Journal of Medicine Open

Published Date

2023/6/1

Exercise is a first-line therapy recommended for patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D). Although moderate to vigorous exercise (e.g. 150 min/wk) is often advised alongside diet and/or behavior modification, exercise is an independent treatment that can prevent, delay or reverse T2D. Habitual exercise, consisting of aerobic, resistance or their combination, fosters improved short- and long-term glycemic control. Recent work also shows high-intensity interval training is successful at lowering blood glucose, as is breaking up sedentary behavior with short-bouts of light to vigorous movement (e.g. up to 3min). Interestingly, performing afternoon compared with morning as well as post-meal versus pre-meal exercise may yield slightly better glycemic benefit. Despite these efficacious benefits of exercise for T2D care, optimal exercise recommendations remain unclear when considering, dietary, medication, and/or other …

Investigating polysocial risk score in association with type 2 diabetes: a US perspective

Authors

David Lo,Hasan Zia,Kobie Tsiang,Tariq Zia,Aayush Visaria

Journal

Available at SSRN 4575159

Published Date

2023/9/18

We read with pleasure the article from Zhao et al [1], which investigated the association between polysocial risk score (PsRS) and type 2 diabetes in a large cohort study in the UK. We wish to suggest additional key covariates to the PsRS that would be vital to a future US study. In addition to this, we would also like to discuss changes to the calculations of the diet quality score that the authors used in the original UK study that should be refined if conducted in the US, which we have suggested below.

Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Age of Onset of Type II Diabetes Among United States Adults: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

Authors

Shreya Srivastava,Aayush Visaria,Payal Dave,Ranita Sharma

Journal

Circulation

Published Date

2023/11/7

Background Several studies have examined racial/ethnic differences in Type II Diabetes (T2D) incidence and prevalence in the United States and have found significantly increased risk of T2D in African American, Asian, and Hispanic populations. However, it is still unknown whether age of onset of T2D is different across racial/ethnic groups, specifically that of Asian Indians, a group known to have a high incidence of T2D and cardiovascular disease risk. Methods: We used the National Health Interview Surveys (NHIS) from 1999-2019 to identify participants with self-reported T2D diagnosed after the age of 18. Multivariable linear regression was conducted to identify differences in age of onset of diabetes by race/ethnicity. Covariates of interest included sex, insurance status, education, alcohol use, smoking history, physical activity, BMI, coronary heart disease, hypertension, COPD, liver disease and kidney disease …

Influence of social deprivation index on in-hospital outcomes of COVID-19

Authors

Parag Goyal,Edward Schenck,Yiyuan Wu,Yongkang Zhang,Aayush Visaria,Duncan Orlander,Wenna Xi,Iván Díaz,Dmitry Morozyuk,Mark Weiner,Rainu Kaushal,Samprit Banerjee

Journal

Scientific reports

Published Date

2023/1/31

While it is known that social deprivation index (SDI) plays an important role on risk for acquiring Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the impact of SDI on in-hospital outcomes such as intubation and mortality are less well-characterized. We analyzed electronic health record data of adults hospitalized with confirmed COVID-19 between March 1, 2020 and February 8, 2021 from the INSIGHT Clinical Research Network (CRN). To compute the SDI (exposure variable), we linked clinical data using patient’s residential zip-code with social data at zip-code tabulation area. SDI is a composite of seven socioeconomic characteristics determinants at the zip-code level. For this analysis, we categorized SDI into quintiles. The two outcomes of interest were in-hospital intubation and mortality. For each outcome, we examined logistic regression and random forests to determine incremental value of SDI in predicting outcomes …

Sa1564 RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH FIBROSCAN-BASED LIVER FIBROSIS AMONG UNITED STATES ADULTS WITH LOW FIBROSIS-4 INDEX

Authors

Aayush Visaria,Matt R Pelton

Journal

Gastroenterology

Published Date

2023/5/1

validation dataset was an open dataset comprising 16 173 individuals from a single center in China. Survival models including the classical Cox survival model, and ML models (Random Survival Forest, Extra Survival Trees) were fitted on the development dataset. Time to NAFLD diagnosis in months was the target variable and routine anthropometric and laboratory parameters were the predictors. Models were evaluated using the concordance index (c-index) and Brier score on both the internal and independent validation sets. Results The development dataset comprised 1 331 107 person months of follow up, with a NAFLD incidence of 25.7%(6584 individuals), and median time to NAFLD onset of 60 (IQR 38-75) months. The independent validation dataset comprised 543 874 person-months of follow up, with a NAFLD incidence of 14.4%(2322 individuals), and a median time to NAFLD onset of 24 (IQR 13-37 …

Retrospective cohort study investigating synergism of air pollution and corticosteroid exposure in promoting cardiovascular and thromboembolic events in older adults

Authors

Kevin Josey,Rachel Nethery,Aayush Visaria,Benjamin Bates,Poonam Gandhi,Ashwaghosha Parthasarathi,Melanie Rua,David Robinson,Soko Setoguchi

Journal

BMJ open

Published Date

2023/9/1

ObjectiveTo evaluate the synergistic effects created by fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and corticosteroid use on hospitalisation and mortality in older adults at high risk for cardiovascular thromboembolic events (CTEs).Design and settingA retrospective cohort study using a US nationwide administrative healthcare claims database.ParticipantsA 50% random sample of participants with high-risk conditions for CTE from the 2008–2016 Medicare Fee-for-Service population.ExposuresCorticosteroid therapy and seasonal-average PM2.5.Main outcome measuresIncidences of myocardial infarction or acute coronary syndrome (MI/ACS), ischaemic stroke or transient ischaemic attack, heart failure (HF), venous thromboembolism, atrial fibrillation and all-cause mortality. We assessed additive interactions between PM2.5 and corticosteroids using estimates of the relative excess risk due to interaction (RERI) obtained using …

Comparison of Hypertension Prevention Education Among Community Health Students, Online Chat-Based Artificial Intelligence Model, and Physician

Authors

Aayush Visaria,Eesha Vijayakumar,Christopher Aseervatham,Andrew Arredondo,Anshruta Chidananda,PRIYANSHI SHAH,Angeles Pinas,Pierre Saad,Seung Jae Moon

Journal

Circulation

Published Date

2023/11/7

Introduction: Health literacy and preventive education remain the core of hypertension management. Emerging language processing, artificial intelligence (AI) tools have the potential to provide effective preventive information. We sought to compare the quality of responses to commonly asked questions about hypertension by community health students, a physician, and an AI tool. Methods: Through a structured, student service-learning program, 270 trained undergraduate students conducted 56 health fairs across 19 locations in NJ from Jan 2022 - March 2023. We identified the 10 most commonly asked questions related to blood pressure and asked a physician, a trained student, and ChatGPT to answer them in paragraph format within 200 words. Four independent, blinded expert reviewers graded each response from 1 to 3 (3=best, 1=worst response relative to others). We assessed the reliability across …

Racial differences in setting of implantable cardioverter-defibrillator placement in older adults with heart failure and association with disparate post-implant outcomes

Authors

Ehimare Akhabue,Nathaniel Kuhrt,Poonam Gandhi,Melanie Rua,Uri Shalmon,Aayush Visaria,Larry R Jackson,Soko Setoguchi

Journal

Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine

Published Date

2023

BackgroundImplantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) placement in heart failure (HF) patients during or early after (≤ 90 days) unplanned cardiovascular hospitalizations has been associated with poor outcomes. Racial and ethnic differences in this “peri-hospitalization” ICD placement have not been well described.MethodsUsing a 20% random sample of Medicare beneficiaries, we identified older (≥ 66 years) patients with HF who underwent ICD placement for primary prevention from 2008 to 2018. We investigated racial and ethnic differences in frequency of peri-hospitalization ICD placement using modified Poisson regression. We utilized Kaplan-Meier analyses and Cox regression to investigate the association of peri-hospitalization ICD placement with differences in all-cause mortality and hospitalization (HF, cardiovascular and all-cause) within and between race and ethnicity groups for up to 5-year follow …

Abstract P512: Association Between Resting Rate Pressure Product and All-Cause Mortality Among United States Adults

Authors

Aayush Visaria,Seung Jae Moon,Pamela Panahon

Journal

Circulation

Published Date

2023/2/28

Background: Rate pressure product (RPP) is a measure of myocardial oxygen consumption and often used to quantify cardiac exercise workload. We sought to determine whether resting RPP was associated with all-cause mortality in healthy U.S. adults. Methods: This was a nationally representative, retrospective cohort study of the 1999-2018 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), linked to the National Death Index through 2019. We included adult, non-pregnant participants without cardiovascular disease, kidney dysfunction, hypertension, diabetes, or current chronotropic agent use. RPP was calculated as the product of mean systolic BP (of 3 sitting BPs) and resting heart rate, and classified into quintiles (Q1≤7300, Q2 [Ref]: 7300-8250, Q3: 8250-9200, Q4: 9200-10400, Q5: >10400). We used multivariable Cox regression to estimate risk of all-cause mortality, adjusting for demographics …

Air pollution and cardiovascular and thromboembolic events in older adults with high-risk conditions

Authors

Rachel C Nethery,Kevin Josey,Poonam Gandhi,Jung Hyun Kim,Aayush Visaria,Benjamin Bates,Joel Schwartz,David Robinson,Soko Setoguchi

Journal

American journal of epidemiology

Published Date

2023/8

Little epidemiologic research has focused on pollution-related risks in medically vulnerable or marginalized groups. Using a nationwide 50% random sample of 2008–2016 Medicare Part D–eligible fee-for-service participants in the United States, we identified a cohort with high-risk conditions for cardiovascular and thromboembolic events (CTEs) and linked individuals with seasonal average zip-code–level concentrations of fine particulate matter (particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter ≤ 2.5 μm (PM2.5)). We assessed the relationship between seasonal PM2.5 exposure and hospitalization for each of 7 CTE-related causes using history-adjusted marginal structural models with adjustment for individual demographic and neighborhood socioeconomic variables, as well as baseline comorbidity, health behaviors, and health-service measures. We examined effect modification across geographically and …

Outcomes of patients with active cancers and pre-existing cardiovascular diseases infected with SARS-CoV-2

Authors

Brijesh Patel,Scott A Chapman,Jake T Neumann,Aayush Visaria,Oluwabunmi Ogungbe,Sijin Wen,Maryam Khodaverdi,Priyal Makwana,Jasvinder A Singh,George Sokos

Journal

Cardio-oncology

Published Date

2023/10/6

ObjectiveTo determine the impact of acute SARS-CoV-2 infection on patient with concomitant active cancer and CVD.MethodsThe researchers extracted and analyzed data from the National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C) database between January 1, 2020, and July 22, 2022. They included only patients with acute SARS-CoV-2 infection, defined as a positive test by PCR 21 days before and 5 days after the day of index hospitalization. Active cancers were defined as last cancer drug administered within 30 days of index admission. The “Cardioonc” group consisted of patients with CVD and active cancers. The cohort was divided into four groups: (1) CVD (-), (2) CVD ( +), (3) Cardioonc (-), and (4) Cardioonc ( +), where (-) or ( +) denotes acute SARS-CoV-2 infection status. The primary outcome of the study was major adverse cardiovascular events (MACE), including acute stroke, acute heart failure …

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The h-index of Aayush Visaria has been 8 since 2020 and 8 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

Interpretation of ethnicity-specific data: Increased risk vs. increased utilization

Source of bias in home BP monitoring: Insight into the GRAND study protocol in India

Inverse association between total bilirubin and type 2 diabetes in US South Asian males but not females

Air pollution and serious bleeding events in high-risk older adults

The implications of unmeasured confounders on sleep's complex relationship with cardiometabolic health

Unraveling the intricacies of adiposity and arterial stiffness in adolescents: insights from the MASCITE study

Ambient Heat and Risk of Serious Hypoglycemia in Older Adults With Diabetes Using Insulin in the US and Taiwan: A Cross-National Case-Crossover Study

National Trends in Anticoagulation Therapy for COVID-19 Hospitalized Adults in the United States: Analyses of the National COVID Cohort Collaborative

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are the top articles of Aayush Visaria at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

What are Aayush Visaria's research interests?

The research interests of Aayush Visaria are: blood pressure variability, preventive cardiology, social determinants of health

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Aayush Visaria has 177 citations in total.

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