A team of doctors walked into my patient's room and closed the door. Me being the good nurse that I am I asked what they were doing. Of course they were 2 interns and 2 residents teaching each other how to put in a central line. The problem wasn't the fact that they never told me what they were going to do but one of the interns kept walking out of the room to ask me for supplies. I obliged once, twice but the third time I said, 'no, I'm busy gather your supplies before going into the room'. She gave me a look like I was speaking in a different language so I walked away. Was that rude? (I don't think so) Finally, they left the room looking like a thunderstorm hit, 4x4 everywhere, wrappers everywhere, the central line kit in the bed, patient bed at the highest level and the side rails down. I was livid walked over to the nursing station and told all of them to clean up their mess and that I was not their maid. Later I was reprimanded for being rude. What should I have done differently?