New Delhi: Have you ever seen someone dancing on a hospital bed? Chances of witnessing such an act are indeed rare, but believe it or not, someone just did it.
Recently, a video of a 16-year-old boy from the United States dancing on his hospital bed with wires and machines attached to him has gone viral on the Internet.
Amari Hall’s dancing was so infectious that everyone in the room got into it, including doctors and nurses.
The teenager was born with a congenital heart defect known as hypoplastic left heart syndrome or HLHS and needed a heart transplant.
Amri had a successful heart transplant and couldn’t wait to get back to doing what he loves most, dancing, so he decided to flaunt his skills just six days after the surgery.
He had undergone three corrective heart surgeries by the age of two.
Having gone through rough times and medical challenges, the 16-year-old boy hasn’t allowed any of it to deter his spirit and continue to bring positive energy.
- COVID case rates hit new high for England, study finds - April 7, 2022
- Govt’s focus on affordable healthcare ensured significant savings for poor, middle class: PM Modi - April 7, 2022
- SRL Diagnostics and Skye Air Mobility collaborate to transport pathology samples using drone logistics - April 6, 2022
- Healthineers sets up new production line of CT scanners in Bengaluru under PLI scheme - April 6, 2022
- Lupin inks licensing pact with Alvion to market drugs in Southeast Asia - April 6, 2022
- Yoga Mahotsav: Ayush Ministry to organise event to demonstrate common yoga on World Health Day - April 6, 2022
- LordsMed forays into the medtech space with launch of health ATMs ‘Lords Sehat’ - April 5, 2022
- ‘Friendly viruses’ can be the next big thing in the history of medical research and more - April 5, 2022
- No setback to Bharat Biotech even as WHO suspends Covaxin UN supply: Sources - April 4, 2022
- Govt panel recommends Serum’s Covovax dose for kids aged 12 and above - April 4, 2022