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Causes of collapsed lung include trauma to the chest cavity (fractured rib, penetrating trauma from a bullet, knife, or other sharp object), cigarette smoking, drug abuse, and certain lung diseases. Sometimes, the lung may collapse without an apparent injury, called spontaneous pneumothorax.How bad or serious is a collapsed lung?
While rare, a collapsed lung can be quite serious. In some cases, it can even be fatal. That's why it's important to seek immediate medical attention if you're experiencing symptoms of a collapsed lung (via Medical News Today). Your doctor or medical provider will physically examine you and evaluate your symptoms in order to determine a proper diagnosis.What is the prognosis for a collapsed lung?
Treatment for a collapsed lung will include rest. Patients with a minor, spontaneous collapsed lung often can recover without invasive treatments. They will be advised to rest and return to the hospital if their condition worsens. Some patients may receive oxygen and stay overnight in the hospital for observation.What condition may result from a collapsed lung?
Your risk for pneumonia continues until the atelectasis goes away. Mucus in a collapsed lung may lead to infection. Respiratory failure. Loss of a lobe or a whole lung, particularly in an infant or in someone with lung disease, can be life-threatening. Atelectasis in children is often caused by a blockage in the airway.