I should say the staff of the hospital was wonderful when I had my cervical laminectomy. I had no post op anesthesia problems at all. The most that happened was slight nausea the first time I ate.
I was in the hospital 4 days. They always gave me insulin shots before meals. I am type 2 diabetic and non-insulin dependent. I take pills for my diabetes. But for some reason they do this post-op for in-patients. They checked my temperature and blood pressure and blood sugars regularly.
The physical therapist had me walk short walks each day. Each bed had a button I could push and call for help if I needed help with anything. The staff responded quickly and without complaint each time.
The hospital bed was not near as comfortable as my bed at home. Lol. Interestingly they had a device they wrapped around each of my feet that compressed and decompressed constantly. I think that was to prevent blood clots. It was not uncomfortable. I slept well each night.
The nurses injected antibiotics thru an IV in my hand from time to time. I woke up with a catheter on. While it was mildly uncomfortable it was not bad. They took the catheter out the second day. That experience was unpleasant. Urinating was mildly painful for maybe a day then cleared up.
All in all...great staff, great hospital.