Minimally important change values of a measurement instrument depend more on baseline values than on the type of intervention

H.C.W. de Vet, M. Foumani, M.A. Scholten, W.C.H. Jacobs, A.M. Stiggelbout, D.L. Knol, W.C. Peul

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