Irregular capillary hydrostatic pressure (higher than normal)
Bacteraemia (the presence of bacteria in the human blood)
Overdose of inspired oxygen
Endotoxemia (when endotoxins are in blood)
Attack of volatile hydrocarbons
Smoking (as this bad habit impacts lungs adversely)
Cocaine (or similar drugs) inhalation
Adverse reaction to metal dusts
Upper respiratory infections
Therapies like alemtuzumab

The last factor is extremely important, as it was discovered not so long ago. Goodpasture’s syndrome possesses higher risks for people who possess so-called human leukocyte antigen (HLA). Moreover, even when diagnosed on time, they still find it more complicated and time-consuming to fully recover.