So there seems to be an issue on my floor where some nurses are walking into other patients rooms that they are not assigned to and doing stuff. It drives me crazy when someone does something without even telling me first. I'm not talking about a patients lead coming of or pulse ox, that's not a problem. I'm talking about things like talking to family members about the patient's care or grim diagnosis and comparing it to a life experience they had with something similar. (I work in an picu) Am I overreacting? When I leave the unit (which I rarely do) I tell 1 person covering my patient their weight and what they can get if they are needing more sedation ,pain medication, or if they are on pressors. To me it's not okay if someone else walks in, sees my patient moving on the vent and boluses him with two sedation drugs at once and it drops the patient's pressures to the point where I have to go up a bit on Epi. That's a major thing that happened on our floor, but the little things bug me too. I guess I'm protective. I don't want to be accused of being mean either.