Postoperative care is the care which is given to the patient after the operating process. Postoperative care might consist of pain supervision and wound care. The kind of postoperative care you need depends on the type of operation you have undergone. Postoperative care is started instantly after the operation, for the period of your hospice stay, and might last after your release from the hospital. Portion of postoperative care is consciousness of the possible side effects and problems of your process. Postoperative care initiates at the end of the surgery and carry on in the rescue room and all over the hospitalization and casualty period. Serious instant worries are airline safety, pain control, psychological position, and wound healing. Additional main worries are stopping urinary retention, constipation, deep venous thrombosis, and BP inconsistency whether it is high or low. For the patients with diabetes, blood and glucose levels are checked carefully by finger stick test. This testing is done every 1 to 4 hours till patients are conscious and eating because better glycemic control increases result.