16-Year-Old Dances in Hospital Bed After Successful Heart Transplant

A teenager who had a successful heart transplant couldn’t wait to get back to doing what he loves most – dancing – so he started up right in the ICU days after his operation.

Amari Hall, 16, was born with a congenital heart defect known as hypoplastic left heart syndrome, or HLHS.

About 14, the defect caught up with him, and Hall no longer had the energy to dance.

The teen waited for months before a heart was found and the transplant successfully completed at the University of Maryland Medical Center in May, according to Fox 5.

So when Hall finally got his new heart, he was eager to bust a move, even if that meant doing it with his IV in and still in his hospital gown.

Clapping and shaking his shoulders, Hall’s dancing on his hospital bed was so infectious that everyone in the room got into it, including doctors and nurses.

His aunt, Charawn Hunter, filmed the video and posted it to Facebook, where it’s received seven million views in less than a month.

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Source: Daily Mail