A. pneumonia and collapsed lung
Excess alcohol in the body can affect the functioning of the central nervous and respiratory systems, which collapse due to the large amount of the substance in the blood. This can lead to alcoholic coma and even death. The damage of excess alcohol in the body is already known to the population, but few know that excess alcohol is one of the main risk factors for triggering pneumonia and collapsed lung syndrome.
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
Acute respiratory failure syndrome can be caused by breathing in toxic substances from the baptism, so we can say that Albert is at great risk of developing this disease.
This is a potentially fatal disease in which the lungs cannot function properly. It is caused by damage to the capillary wall, either due to illness or due to a physical injury such as major trauma. This results in the wall leaking, leading to accumulation of fluid and eventual collapse of the alveoli, leaving the lungs unable to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide.
Atelectasis Compression. Collapse of lung tissue caused by external pressure exerted by a tumor, fluid or air in the pleural space. Respiratory failure characterized by acute lung inflammation and diffuse alveolocapillary injury. It is not secondary to heart failure! Thus, it is referred to as Noncardiogenic Pulmonary Edema.
Condition in which fluid collects in the lungs' air sacs, depriving organs of oxygen.