Roseomonas is a newly described genus of pink-pigmented, nonfermentative, gram-negative bacteria that have been recognized as a cause of human infections. Roseomonas fauriae is a species rarely isolated from clinical specimens. We report the first known case of peritonitis caused by R. fauriae in a patient receiving continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis.
A number of in-vehicle ITS technologies with significant potential to reduce the incidence and severity of road trauma are either currently available in Australia or are almost ready to enter the local market. There will be no demand for these systems, however, unless they are acceptable to consumers. To be acceptable, the technologies must be perceived by… (More)
The TAC SafeCar study evaluated the impact of three Intelligent Transport System technologies, alone and in combination, on driver performance: Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Following Distance Warning and a Seatbelt Reminder system for all seated occupants. The project had several aims: to evaluate the technical operation of these technologies; to assess… (More)