As of Monday, April 1, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
According to a recent posting on Tripp Halstead’s parents’ Facebook page, the young boy is back in the hospital.
Halstead had a fever and his blood pressure was up, so he was transported to the hospital by ambulance early Monday.
It was determined later in the day that his liver enzymes are elevated.
"We are here for observation and more blood tests (Tuesday). If his liver enzymes go down or stay the same I think they will send us home, if they go up, we have a problem and will be here a while," his mother Stacy wrote on Facebook.
His hospital visit Monday came just three days after he was released.
On Friday, exactly five months since he suffered a traumatic brain injury outside his Barrow County day care, he was greeted by family and friends as he made his homecoming.
“Tripp had fought so hard for the past 5 months, and he is going to keep on fighting.”