- Due to hemorrhagic alveolitis from inhalational cocaine use 
- Most common symptoms are cough and shortness of breath
- Others include:
- acute lung injury
- chest pain
- focal infiltrates
- May have eosinophilia, which suggests an immune mediated component
- Supportive care, maintain oxygenation and ventilation
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- Kissner DG.Crack lung: pulmonary disease caused by cocaine abuse. Am Rev Respir Dis. 1987;136(5):1250-2.