So I just have a question for my fellow icu RNs. I had a patient last night who while even sedated on 50mcgs/kg/min of propofol and 6 of versed was able to open eyes and follows commands and respond appropriately. I asked her several times if she was comfortable to which we nodded 'yes'. Her Peak pressures were all fine in, her HR was 90s-100s, which is better than the 110-120s she was when she got to me and her BP was now 100-110s which was better than the 70-80 when she got to me (septic, severe PNA). I made the decision to not call the MD and not add anymore sedation to her. She was triggering the vent at a rate of 20-22 on PRVC. So my question is, what would have you done? I know some people like to have their patients snowed wayyy down, but I don't like to. She was a young girl in her 30s, and since she was hemodynamically stable (on only 2.5mcg/min of levo, down from the 10mcg/min she was initially on) I decided to keep her where she was. I know it's a judgement call and everyone will have their own opinion on what they would have done, but i am curious to know. Thanks.