What are the causes of non-cardiogenic paulminary edema?

Non cardinogenic ede. Multiple causes; sepsis syndrome, drugs, brain trauma, lung trauma, infections such as influenza, or others. Volume overload to name a few. Many other causes possible.
Acute lung insult. Changes in permeability of the lungs (pulmonary) capillary membranes, usually as a result of either a direct or an indirect insult, such as : drowning acute glomerulonephritis (kidney disease) fluid overload aspiration inhalation injury neurogenic pulmonary edema allergic reaction adult respiratory distress syndrome (ards).

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What can cause non-cardiogenic paulminary edema?

Many. There are many causes for noncardiogenic pulmonary edema. It can occur from water drownings, aspiration of food or liquid into the windpipe, severe allergic reactions, certain kidney diseases (glomerulonephritis) and inhalation of toxins. Read more...