My aunt took med ABC
for her 'hypertension' and med XYZ
for her 'high blood pressure'. No way, shape or form of explanation could convince her of the one same diagnosis. After all, 'that's what on the pill bottles'.
Also, altho she was a BID insulin-dependent diabetic, her 'doctor told her she could eat a donut a day', and she 'could have two a day if she missed a day', and 'three a day if she missed another day', etc. Again, useless to argue.
I work LTC; many of my pts don't use computers. Their pearl-of-wisdom was the National Enquirer!