SSISecurity Solutions Institute Ltd. is a part of the structure of Professional Information Management Prima JSC, which corporation is the sole shareholder of the company. The activities of SSI are focused on developing a range of new, useful, high value-added, environment-friendly products in field of Telemedicine.



The continuity and the collaborative actions of Security Solutions Institute Ltd. and Electron Cardio Ltd. led to the international recognition and affirmation of the only of its kind, produced in Bulgaria, Telemetric system for monitoring and control of the cardiac activity "TEMEO". Except that kept the leading position of its product, our companies continuously invest in R&D, in order to enhance our portfolio of products and services.

For us it is essential to develop and provide consumers with high-tech products, according to the requirements, maintain and develop the high quality of the over all customer service, so pooling our efforts became one of our majorc ompetitive advantages. It is combined with our commitment to apply the latest technologies with a focus on:
Expansion and optimization of the occupied market share in the field of marketing, engineering, research, development and the commerce,and information services and software in the field of the telemedicine.

Promoting the brand and marketing of products, systems and services with guaranteed quality, corresponding to the highest achievements and development in information and communication technologies in terms of utility, innovation and eco-friendliness. Increase the economic efficiency of operations and maximize the flexibility in providing products and services in accordance with customers requirements. Maintain and develop an effective working environment and a team of highly qualified experts, also an effective use of the available material and intellectual resources, in order to offer quality products and services.



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Oct 18, 2016
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PARIS – In a step forward for organ regeneration, stem cells grown from a single monkey’s skin cells revitalized the damaged hearts of five sick macaques, Japanese scientists reported Monday. The experiment builds toward the goal of providing a vast and noncontroversial source of rejuvenating cells to transplant into heart attack victims, researchers wrote in the science journal Nature.
 
Sep 20, 2016
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People aged 45 and over at greater risk of heart disease if they work in sales, office support roles or service occupations
Those in management or professional roles are at lower risk, experts say
Heart disease is the leading cause of death around the world
Experts analyzed 7 key indicators of heart health - blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, exercise, diet, weight and smoking
Take simple steps, such as a walk at lunch, to improve health, say experts

Jul 25, 2016
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It is estimated that digital data will reach 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020, a tenfold increase from figures in 2013. That's enough to create six stacks of computer tablets reaching the moon! Will there be enough storage? Researchers from Microsoft and the University of Washington (UW) are looking to address this issue by turning to DNA as a storage solution.
In a study, the researchers detailed a new technique they have developed which allowed them to successfully encode four image files worth of digital data into the nucleotide sequences of snippets of synthetic DNA.