Clinical cough IV:what is the minimal important difference for the Leicester Cough Questionnaire?

@article{Raj2009ClinicalCI,
  title={Clinical cough IV:what is the minimal important difference for the Leicester Cough Questionnaire?},
  author={A. Antony Raj and Ian D. Pavord and Surinder S. Birring},
  journal={Handbook of experimental pharmacology},
  year={2009},
  volume={187},
  pages={
          311-20
        }
}
BACKGROUND The Leicester Cough Questionnaire (LCQ) is a valid, reproducible, responsive self-reported cough-specific health status measure. It has been used to assess overall efficacy of treatments for cough, but its threshold for clinical significance, or patient importance, is unknown. The aim of this study was to determine the minimal important difference (MID) of the LCQ for patients with chronic cough; this is the smallest change in quality-of-life score considered to be clinically… CONTINUE READING
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