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Thus female cialis 10mg on-line, achieving protective antibody titers may re- During the first few months of gestation, the fetal immune quire higher doses of immunizing antigens in older system is deficient in antibody production and phagocytic adults than in younger adults. During the last trimester, the fetal immune system • Older adults often exhibit a less intense positive reac- may be able to respond to infectious antigens, such as cy- tion in skin tests for tuberculosis (indicating a decreased tomegalovirus, rubella virus, and Toxoplasma. In the placenta, maternal blood and fetal blood Nutritional Status are separated only by a layer of specialized cells called tro- phoblasts. Because antibodies are too large to diffuse across Nutritional status can have profound effects on immune func- the trophoblastic layer, they are actively transported from tion. Adequate nutrient intake contributes to immunocompe- the maternal to the fetal circulation by the trophoblastic tence (ability of the immune system to function effectively). A severe lack At birth, the neonatal immune system is still immature, of calories or protein decreases numbers and functions of but IgG levels (from maternal blood) are near adult levels T cells, complement activity, neutrophil chemotaxis, and in umbilical cord blood. An inadequate zinc intake can depress the func- antibodies is severed at birth. Zinc is a cofactor for many enzymes, 638 SECTION 7 DRUGS AFFECTING HEMATOPOIESIS AND THE IMMUNE SYSTEM some of which are found in lymphocytes and are required for autoimmunity develops from several events rather than lymphocyte function. Zinc deficiency also may result from in- a single one adequate absorption in the GI tract or excessive losses in urine, • In immunodeficiency disorders, the body is especially feces, or through the skin with such disorders as chronic renal susceptible to infections and neoplastic diseases. Vitamin is a major immunodeficiency disorder that decreases the deficiencies may also depress T- and B- cell function because numbers and almost all functions of T lymphocytes and several (eg, A, E, folic acid, pantothenic acid, and pyridoxine) several functions of B lymphocytes and monocytes. Immunodeficiency also is induced by severe malnutri- tion, cancer, and immunosuppressant drugs. This effect could result from immunodeficiency states or There is evidence that stress depresses immune function and from cancer cells that are overwhelming in number or therefore increases risks for development of infection and highly malignant. The connection between the stress response and the cell division, but few survive or lead to cancer. Most mu- immune response is thought to involve neuroendocrine mech- tant cells simply die; some survive but retain the normal anisms. The stress response is characterized by increased activ- controls that prevent excessive growth; and some are ity of catecholamine neurotransmitters in the central and destroyed by immune processes activated by abnormal autonomic nervous systems (eg, norepinephrine, epinephrine) proteins found in most mutant cells. Cortisol and other corticosteroids are well known to sup- DRUGS THAT ALTER HEMATOPOIETIC press immune function and are used therapeutically for that purpose.